Manchester has attracted international arts and culture since holding the famous Art Treasures of Great Britain exhibition in 1857. Now Manchester plays host to top events and exhibtions from around the world at it's museums and galleries. Explore the range of exhibitions happening in Greater Manchester.
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What’s invisible to the human eye, thinner than a human hair and 200 times tougher than steel? Graphene.
Browse through John Hyatt's unique comic book collection, enjoy a limited edition of Hyatt-as-a-blend-of-tea.
Director Graham Eatough and artist Stephen Sutcliffe pay suitably ingenious tribute to one of Manchester’s most original minds in this unique installation, which blends visual art and film drama in homage to the great Anthony Burgess.
This timely and electrifying new art experiment ponders one of contemporary life’s great questions – what if women ruled the world?
Last year’s Buy Art Fair was the most successful event to date seeing more than 7000 art lovers visit over the weekend and record art sales.
Prepare for the greatest journey you will ever take! From October 2017 you will be able to climb aboard a time machine and travel back to see and feel what it was really like to be there, in the late cretaceous, 67 million years ago.
A series of displays celebrating the archives of Factory Communications Ltd – the legendary team behind Factory Records, the Haçienda and Dry Bar.
As part of The Portico Library's current project, 'Reading and Writing Non-Fiction', and contributing to their ongoing creative development, the group have begun a year-long exploration of the collection's non-fiction texts, producing collaborative...
A fascinating exhibition of painting, illustration, photography, film, animation and music.
An exhibition of 3D printed fine art sculptures which use pioneering techniques in 3D print.
Manchester Science Festival is a creative, playful and surprising celebration of science.
If you appreciate the graceful and glamorous vehicles of a more civilised age then you will certainly not want to miss this exhibition of oldies and goodies taking place at Bury Transport Museum.
Two-time Academy Award-winning filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy reflects on the experiences of people who left their homes during the Partition of British India in 1947.
After six sell out UK tours, 300,000 tickets sold, countless television performances and numerous other accomplishments, Diversity have announced their seventh tour Genesis for 2017.
Have a look at the packed out programme for the new season at HOME.
Manchester School Of Art, Manchester
As television has become saturated with its own constructed take on 'reality' and news media has become more deeply embroiled in the question of what authenticity might actually mean - the exhibition takes time to explore some of the grey areas...
Fresh from representing Hong Kong at the Venice Biennale, brilliant young artist Samson Young premieres a major new work at MIF17.
In celebration of the 2017 International Women's Day (IWD), Chuck Gallery invites you to a preview of stunning portraits from the Manchester-based female artist, Jessica Ilatoda Omitola, in her first solo exhibition - UNMASKING.
The exhibition details the development of an LGBT+ movement, showing the internal and external struggles, the different party political approaches to equality, and the social and historical context of the last sixty years of activism.
Before I die is a participatory public art project that invites people to contemplate death, reflect on life, and share their personal aspirations in public.
Conceived by Karl Hyde and Rick Smith from Underworld, Manchester Street Poem will spotlight the stories of those who find themselves homeless in the city – in a work where the catch-all term ‘homeless’ will give way to individuality, identity and...