The Lowry in Salford is looking for three new artists to create digital art as part of their #LoveLowry programme this year.
Young adults and adults with a physical disability in Salford are being asked to share their memories of hugs to be developed into a 10 minute narrative told through theatre puppetry.
A painting paying tribute to Salford key workers is due to appear in the “Days like These” exhibition this February. […]
The Lowry in Salford will host the premiere of a new radio play on its #LoveLowry online platform this Thursday […]
Local Artist, Emma Evans, is auctioning a piece of art this afternoon to raise money for Manchester Mayor’s homeless charity, […]
Swinton-based non-profit organisation, Arts Let Loose have stocked up on free art kits for children to make lockdown a bit more bearable.
Fanny Gogh, real name Sian Elizabeth Absalon, is a Salford artist who experiments with multi media and textile art; along […]
A mum from Salford has written a book in a month after accepting a national challenge. Novice author Rebecca Greaves […]
A painting of Florence Nightingale is being sold to raise money for St Ann’s Hopice which has a branch in […]
A display of giant birds projected onto buildings was staged in Salford. The ‘Mystery Bird’ light show was put on […]