The second annual Day With(out) Art supports, curates and celebrates cultural events across Greater Manchester that are using creativity to turn attention towards HIV and AIDS for World AIDS Day. Theatre, film, art, clubs, conversations and more are all featured. Please support these fantastic events and use the hashtag #DayWithoutArtMcr
CAPSID is a multimedia exhibition by British artist John Walter. Presenting a compelling, sometimes riotous and often surreal world, Walter explores how ideas pass from one source to another using the model of HIV as a means of exploring infection and replication.
Join artists Brigid Elva and Cherry Styles for a hands-on zine workshop. Make your own zine or comic to take away with a little inspiration from some of Salford Zine Library's favourite queer titles.
Come along to the launch of the comic book 'Drawing in Drag by Marie Duval', a first look at the exhibition, and hear author and artist Simon Grennan in conversation with Christopher Breward.
September's FREE skills workshop for self-identifying lesbian and bi women* is on sound and drawing, delivered by local artist Rosanne Robertson.
A weekend of premieres, firsts, new work and LGBTQIA celebrations for Manchester Pride! This year The Superbia Weekend is bigger and bolder than ever. Our programme includes a diverse array of premieres and firsts, including film screenings, cabaret, conversation, community workshops, new art and our free post-Pride Parade party. Read on...!
A powerful exhibition by Manchester based photographer Allie Crewe, whose work is "highly rated, sincere, poignant and classical.”
One of the UK’s leading transgender arts organisations Trans Creative has created a four day
trans arts festival at some of Manchester’s most prolific arts venues including; The Royal
Exchange Theatre, Manchester Art Gallery and Royal Northern College of Music.
'Twink | Jock | Bear' is a new solo exhibition by Oliver Crabtree, a multidisciplinary visual artist who focuses on 'otherness' through a queer lens. Oliver explores ideas relating to queer theory, LGBT taxonomical structures, binarism and the body viewed through the gay/ queer gaze.
Contact celebrate the 10th anniversary of the sensational Queer Contact Festival with a very special programme which sees the festival spread its wings across Greater Manchester for its biggest ever calendar of events.