Elizabeth Gaskell’s House has a new exhibition about one of Elizabeth’s best-known collection of stories – Cranford.
The Whitworth presents Imran Perretta: the destructors, a new 2-screen film exploring personal and collective experiences of marginalisation and oppression.
The Collections Care Centre at the Whitworth is a space that allows the gallery to show, share and care for its important collections.
The transformation of the Pankhurst Centre exhibition space is incredible thanks to its new permanent exhibition, At Home with the Pankhurst Family.
Still Parents is the first exhibition of its kind, creating a platform to share personal stories open conversations and break the wall of silence that continues to surround baby loss.
Speakers’ Corner: Sisterhood is a free exhibition at Contact – part celebration of sisterhood and part show of colourful individuality.
The Nancy Rothwell Award has encouraged and celebrated biological specimen drawing since 2014 – promoting the value of observation, creativity and artistry in science learning and discovery.
John Powell-Jones’ first major solo exhibition CYBERJUNK includes 3D and 2D animation, life-size characters, a comic book, ceramics and tufted wall hangings.
Completely A Hustling Place is an exhibition at Central Library from Venture Arts that offers an exciting and immersive showcase of creativity and studio output over the past year.
Fully Awake 6.6 at Holden Gallery is the final show of a six-part intergenerational cycle of exhibitions involving academics, artists and art educators in the UK.
The Outdoor Art Club at the Whitworth Art Gallery returns over the autumn and winter months with fun, creative activities designed to encourage your little ones to play freely in the fresh air, while exploring nature and the outdoors with family and friends.
The Refuge Christmas Carol kicks off the festive season here on the Oxford Road Corridor and continues with weekly happenings until the end of the year.