Arts and Culture

Last chance to dive into Manchester’s street art festival

Manchester’s Festival Colors – which brings together street art, photography, and illustrations from more than 30 artists from around the world – is set to end on 29 October.

Located in Salford, the immerse experience features work from artists including Woskerski, Liambononi, and Djalouz.

The festival is a celebration of colour, texture, and imagination. Interactive exhibits, UV pieces, nature imagery, and vibrant colours are combined to create a truly unforgettable experience.

Walking around, you can’t help but feel empowered. Gone are the stuffy art galleries, replaced with a relaxed and enrapturing journey through colour and style.

While celebrating incredibly talented artists, Festival Colors also enables visitors’ creativity to run free. There is even the chance for visitors to contribute their own artwork. In one part of the exhibition, there is a drawing station featuring glow-in-the-dark markers. Later, there is the chance to draw and write on the walls and furniture of a room, adding to the layers of artwork already produced.

Overall, this is an experience not to be missed. There is still chance to visit the exhibition, which is open Thursday through Sunday, 10am to 5pm until 29 October. Tickets can be booked here.

Feature image: ©Kelzo

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