The Pankhurst Centre and Manchester City Council are set to create a living legacy for the women of Manchester that gathers their words, memories and experiences for all to share.
All Arts & culture
This August, there is a fantastic takeover programme called This is Human taking place at HOME in Manchester. It launches on Wednesday 9 August at 6pm.
The programme has been developed over the past 12 months by a diverse team of young creatives aged 18-25. They have come up with ideas that are all about exploring what makes us human.
Funding is available to help arts and culture organisations build their fundraising capacity so they can attract more private giving to the sector.
Arts Council England's new £3 million Catalyst Small Grants scheme is now open to applications.
Come and join us at our FREE events celebrating Manchester’s community spirit with FUN, FILMS & FOOD!
7 July Moston Miners Arts 5pm - 8pm
14 July Activity and Lifestyle Centre Wythenshawe 1pm - 4pm
21 July Community on Solid Ground, Whalley Range 6pm - 8.30pm
26 July Northmoor Community Centre Longsight 12pm - 3pm
4 Aug Klondyke Social Club Levenshulme 5pm - 8pm
We are limited to how many we can cater for so please book by calling Michelle on 0161 834 9823 and tell her which event(s) you'll be attending.
Manchester City Council are organising consultation events which are an opportunity for you to find out more about the grants programme, and to have your say on the changes that they are proposing for the next round of funding. The proposal has been developed by a co-design group including Manchester City Council and cultural organisations.
Volunteers' Week 2017; Events and Activities from Volunteer Centre Manchester (1 - 7 June 2017)
A very happy #volunteersweek from Volunteer Centre Manchester!...
A series of Town Hall tours has been extended to give more people of all ages the chance to look behind the scenes at Manchester’s civic centrepiece this summer.
Thanks to Forever Manchester funding, African arts organisation, Amani Creatives are offering local residents the opportunity to join a new, international community choir celebrating friendship and connection between local people.
Weekly singing workshops will lead towards a performance at the Amani Festival, accompanied by a professional African band.
All welcome. No previous experience needed.
To find out more, join Amani Creatives on Monday 5 June at 6pm at Simson memorial Hall, 361 Moston Lane, M40 9NB.
Refugee Week takes place every year across the world in the week around World Refugee Day on 20 June. In the UK, Refugee Week is a nationwide programme of arts, cultural and educational events that celebrate the contribution of refugees to the UK, and encourage a better understanding between communities.
Prosper offers the opportunity for arts and cultural organisations, companies or individual entrepreneurs in England to participate in nine months of free, dynamic and impactful business support activities to improve resilience, commercial capacity and investment readiness.
The programme will deliver 1-to-1 business advice, masterclasses, workshops, webinars and meetups.