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Mothers Who Make is a friendly support group and creative networking session for mothers who are artists. Due to the coronavirus restrictions, sessions will be held on Zoom. The group welcomes mothers who are working in any creative discipline, and at any stage in their career. The sessions offer a wonderful opportunity to share experiences, […]

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How would you like to host a unique dinner party at your home for free? Enjoy a three-course meal while finding out about some of the most remarkable Jewish Mancunians. Theatre chef Leo Burtin and the Manchester Jewish Museum‘s Laura Seddon will visit your home. They’ll provide the food, objects from the Museum collection and, […]

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Patterns in Nature is a free session taking place every Thursday at the Manchester Museum. Just look around you. From the spots on a cheetah to the spirals of a sunflower, patterns are everywhere in nature. To find out more about patterns in nature – head to this free session to explore the fossils, shells […]

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Head to The Portico Library this summer to see some wonderful work by celebrated Brazilian artist Maria Nepomuceno. Joyful and brightly coloured, the artwork will welcome people back to the city centre and also into the beautiful Portico Library. Maria Nepomuceno uses a variety of different techniques to create her work. She also uses natural […]

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‘Reds’ – Andrew Redmond – met documentary photographer Karin Albinsson after completing a prison sentence. When ‘Reds’ told Karin of the 1000 photos he had taken and lost six years ago, this project was born. During the last couple of years, they have met up regularly to retake the photos lost. Reds has spent most […]

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Closed Hands is a brand-new video game you can play online. The game explores the effects that extremism can have on different people in our communities. Players can log on to the game and explore the build-up to a terror attack. The game also explores the long-lasting effects that an attack can have on a […]

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Part of HOME Manchester’s new theatre season, Homemakers is an exciting collection of new work that audiences can access at home. Homemakers features live-streamed theatre, games, art and poetry. There’s lots for audiences to get involved in too – including online workshops and talks. Dive in and try something new.

Venture Arts

Venture Arts is a visual arts centre for adults and young people with learning disabilities. Working alongside disabled people, the centre delivers in excess of 1000 professionally-led visual arts workshops every year. Venture Arts also runs work schemes to support disabled people working and volunteering in cultural and educational organisations. For over 20 years Venture […]

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Manchester Jewish Museum is a place to experience how we are different, together. Following a £6m redevelopment and extension the new museum includes a new gallery, vegetarian café, shop and learning studio & kitchen as well as complete restoration of our synagogue. We connect Jewish stories to the world and to our society to explore […]

The Castlefield Gallery will reopen from Wednesday 19 May 2021. Castlefield Gallery is a contemporary art gallery and artist-focused organisation established in 1984. The gallery exhibits a curated programme of new and commissioned exhibitions at its Gallery site in Manchester, as well as organising and commissioning exhibitions off-site and in the public realm. Over the […]