Portrait of Black Britain

Family friendly

Artist and activist Cephas Williams.
Image credit: Sam Shaw

Happening as part of Manchester International Festival, Portrait of Black Britain is a special collection of portraits by artist and activist Cephas Williams. This family-friendly exhibition will be on display in Manchester Arndale and is free to attend.

Cephas Williams will create 100 portraits of Black British people, from Manchester and also further afield. The exhibition will focus on the experiences of Black people who live in the UK today; asking the question ‘What does it mean to be Black, living in the UK?’

Portrait of Black Britain
Image: Portrait of Black Britain

Plan your visit

Market Street, Manchester
M4 3AQ
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Open 24 hours
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