Lockdown has been especially tough on the creative industries, but that hasn’t stopped some artists launching new ventures. As people
An Oldham teenager has won a prize in the prestigious RSPCA Young Photographer Awards 2020 for his ‘red fox’ collection.
A photography competition aimed at combating negative stereotypes of the elderly is asking entrants to submit shots which show older
Interview: Behind the façade of Manchester’s economic transformation with ‘Not Quite Light’ photographer Simon Buckley
There aren’t many places where Manchester’s brutal industrial heritage brushes up against its modern infrastructure.
MM takes a look around a special exhibition focusing solely on the local work of revered photo-documenter Martin Parr, along with Manchester Art Gallery’s very own senior curator Natasha Howes.
Snap, the company behind the massively popular selfie app, Snapchat, has begun selling a certain type of sunglasses that can capture video, audio, and photos, all from the wearer’s point-of-view, which can then be uploaded to your Snapchat account.
Red carpet, VIPs, press, music and drinks. What more could one want for the opening start to the 14th edition of short film festival week?
Sad and frightening headlines have splashed the front pages of the newspapers in 2015, but a Manchester illustrator is hitting back with a paper celebrating the year’s most cheerful news stories.
Manchester is famous the world over for being the leader in many areas, from pioneering musical talent to the industrial might of the Victorian age.
Salford photographer wants exhibition to counter media’s negative portrayal of Barton Moss anti-fracking protesters
A photographer, who documented the Salford protests against fracking that made headlines last year, has set up a crowdfunder in order to stage an exhibition called the Battle of Barton Moss at the People’s History Museum next year.
‘Posing the question is what we enjoy’: Manchester arts collective looks to skirt politics but chase paradise
Have you ever questioned why we do the things we do? Manchester based M20 Collective are holding an exhibition doing exactly that, called Paradise Now.