Arts project seeks experiences of people returning to Manchester

Article published: Sunday, November 27th 2011

A local arts project is seeking the stories of people who have left and then returned to Manchester. Dubbed (re)integration, the project aims to explore returnee’s experiences in a way that represents the city’s diverse communities.

Review: Upper Space

Article published: Wednesday, October 26th 2011

Upper Space is a not-for-profit, European street art organisation that has been working in Manchester for the last 6 months. It dedicates itself to “deconstructing the myths” forced upon us by the beautiful, smiling forms that haunt us from advertising billboards.

When are we?

Article published: Wednesday, June 1st 2011

Tim Hunt is given a tour of Manchester with a difference by Morag Rose of the Loiterers Resistance Movement.

Art Review: Desires and Repulsion: Grotesqueries

Article published: Monday, February 28th 2011

Throughout history, artists have used the grotesque to express disharmony, both personal and political. But does it still provide a mirror for conflict in our own society? Ben Lear went along to The Art Corner to find out.

People’s History Museum in running for Art Fund Prize

Article published: Thursday, February 10th 2011

Residents of Manchester and beyond have been called on to help the People’s History Museum win a prestigious award of £100,000 by pledging their vote in an online poll.

Event preview: Manchester Artists’ Bonfire

Article published: Thursday, January 27th 2011

This Friday 28 January a group of artists will converge on an old mill in Salford and throw cherished works on a bonfire. Act of nihilism or political statement? MULE spoke to one of the organisers to find out.

Modernist heroines to be celebrated

Article published: Tuesday, January 25th 2011

To mark the 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day a trio of cultural groups from Manchester are embarking on a collaborative project which will celebrate a century of Modernist women. Centring on heroines hailing from the region, it will take the form of a creative publication alongside activities and events – and the organisers are […]