The much-loved Chorlton Arts Festival is going ahead this weekend in a virtual town accessed online to make residents feel
Mancunian artist and London writer form creative coalition Sloppy Women to bring paint and words together
Rhiannon, 24, who completed the esteemed Foundation Diploma in Art and Design at Manchester Metropolitan University in 2015, founded Sloppy Women with London based writer Tessa Schiller, 25.
Laurence Stephen Lowry is one of Manchester’s most famous artists and his work is becoming more appreciated as times goes by – indeed a newly-discovered painting of his, ‘The Mill, Pendlebury’ recently sold for £2.65m to a private collector, a timely reminder how relevant he is 44 years after his death.
Artist Sue Scott, better known as S L Scott, has been painting Manchester for almost a decade using her spare room in Didsbury as a makeshift studio.
‘Changing space’: Theatre project sees award-winning youths take over Manchester Art Gallery for five days
Young people from award-winning theatre ensemble Contact Young Company will take over Manchester Art Gallery this week to explore the role of art in the 21st century.
The picture is always grim when you think Somalia, with headlines of civil war and Hollywood blockbusters focussing on piracy, but an exhibition at HOME called See My Dunya hopes to shed a new light on the Somali community in Manchester.
Artist showcases work at Manchester exhibition after brain tumor led him to ‘follow his dreams’ as a painter
An artist who was influenced to take up painting after suffering from a brain tumour is exhibiting his work in Manchester.
“It was one of the most exciting commissions I’ve done,” Manchester artist Hazel Roberts tells MM after she was given the huge task by the TUC to create three pieces of art work to celebrate the Manchester-founded Trades Union Congress’ 150th anniversary.
From the nostalgia of China Plates and Pearl Earrings by 25-year-old Jade Jones to the riotous Trollope, Manchester’s Fringe has been “a little bit of everything” according to GMF director Lisa Connor.
The totally free mass ride takes place in over 70 cities around the planet, and was set up to highlight cyclists vulnerability as well as promoting body positivity.
This production at The Lowry – starring Nigel Havers, Denis Lawson and Stephen Tompkinson – follows on from last year’s Old Vic revival and will tour nationwide from February until June.