Our Beating Heart bathes Circle Square in light from a mirror ball on a grand scale in a beautiful work from Studio Vertigo.
In the 150th year of Holy Name Church, Where There Is Light questions where we find light in our lives, ourselves, others and in the world around us. Sharing the voices and stories of asylum seekers and highlighting the struggles of refugees. Free but booking required.
Artist Elisa Artesero brings illuminates The Stories Under Our Feet with a subtle installation outside Manchester Central Library.
Walk The Plank bring The Fire Garden to HOME as part of Corridor of Light. Bask if the primal warmth of fire at the former Homeground site.
Recovery Poem is an inspiring installation that will travel Corridor of Light, reflecting on loss and positive change as we gather again after lockdown.
Algorave co-founder Alex McLean curates a special live evening from 6-10pm at Hatch featuring the scene’s frontrunners
Antonio Roberts fast-paced projection is inspired by the first computer to store and run a programme, created here on Oxford Road Corridor at the University of Manchester.
In The New Arrival, three comic artists, each representing a UNESCO City of Literature, have brought to life a treatment by poet, playwright and fiction writer Pete Kalu.
Social arts practice May Wild Studio and Royal Northern College of Music’s international students present a captivating, site-specific installation.
Corridor of Light presents a new commission by Tim Etchells, artist, writer and leader of world-renowned performance group Forced Entertainment.
Castlefield Gallery’s preview nights are back! Book your place to get an early look at The Annotated Reader & The Naming of Things on Thursday 19 August.
SATURDAY SLOW PREVIEW invites audiences to take a look at new exhibitions The Annotated Reader & The Naming of Things at Castlefield Gallery on the 21st of August.
The Naming of Things is a new exhibition at Castlefield Gallery exploring the unfixed and mutable potential of language.
First launched during Frieze Art Fair, The Annotated Reader makes a stop at Castlefield Gallery having been shown internationally as part of its continuing tour.
The transformation of the Pankhurst Centre exhibition space is incredible thanks to its new permanent exhibition, At Home with the Pankhurst Family.