PERSPECTIVES – around Manchester

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PERSPECTIVES – Venture Arts
Ellie Walmsley Artwork: Ceramic heads by Darren Gallagher, Andrew Johnstone, Ahmed Mohammed, and Kathy Wilmot.

PERSPECTIVES at The Whitworth, Manchester 1 October 2018 — 24 February 2019 Entrance is free

This autumn, 80 learning disabled artists will occupy contemporary and historical venues across Greater Manchester in PERSPECTIVES – a series of exhibitions, happenings and creative exchanges proudly presented by Venture Arts, a visual arts organisation who support and nurture the artwork and careers of learning disabled artists. From 1 October 2018 through to 24 February 2019, artworks developed over the last two years will be unveiled to the public for the first time in a number group shows including themes of collections, text and line, and photography.

Exhibitions, happenings and accompanying events will take place citywide at multiple venues including; Fred AldousThe Manchester ContemporaryElizabeth Gaskell’s House, The Lowrythe Whitworth, NOMA, and Studio 53 – Venture Arts’ new studio and exhibition space.

PERSPECTIVES at The Whitworth, Manchester 1 October 2018 — 24 February 2019 Entrance is free

What's on at The Whitworth

OUTDOOR ART CLUB AT THE WHITWORTH
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Outdoor Art Club at The Whitworth

Enjoy fun and creative activities designed to encourage your little ones to play freely in the fresh air, while exploring nature and the outdoors with family and friends.

free entry

Where to go near PERSPECTIVES – around Manchester

Manchester
Bar or Pub
Big Hands

Big Hands is the one-time haunt of legendary Manchester band Elbow; it’s shabby, loud and dark, with a jukebox and excellent roof terrace.

The Giving Tree
Manchester
Restaurant
The Giving Tree

The Giving Tree is a cafe and community hub based in Rusholme, a short walk from the city centre.

Pankhurst Centre
Manchester
Museum
The Pankhurst Centre

The Pankhurst Centre houses a small museum and heritage centre that remains as a legacy to the Pankhurst family and the Suffragette movement born in this city.

Manchester
Music venue
Manchester Academy 3

Brilliant venue for catching a touring band on the rise. The boringly titled Academy 3 or more interesting Hop and Grape, as it was once known, is a self contained…

Manchester Academy music venue on Oxford Road Manchester.
Manchester
Music venue
Manchester Academy

The Manchester Academy is a mid size, modern warehouse venue adjacent to the University of Manchester Students’ Union. It lacks any architectural merit and has always been a difficult place…

Cafe at the Museum
Manchester
Café or Coffee Shop
The Cafe
at the Museum

Manchester Museum’s cafe is run by the people behind award-winning cafe Teacup Kitchen. The menu features home-baked cakes, the finest loose leaf teas and breakfast, as well as a wide selection of mains and meals for kids.

Whitworth Park, Manchester
Manchester
Park
Whitworth Park

This 18-acre park opposite the Manchester Royal Infirmary provides a welcome patch of green in an otherwise densely populated and heavily used part of the city.

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