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Diverse-City North Manchester invitation to take part and get involved

24 May 2023 - 17:01 by michelle.foster

A North Manchester-wide cultural festival is taking place this summer: 17 June - 9 July 2023.

blue background with a rows of people Celebrating the amazing, rich diverse culture and history in North Manchester. There will be a range of events in each community including workshops, food, music, art, dance, fashion and more.

The festival is led by The North Manchester Inclusion Partnership.

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Artist's Studio available at Pool Arts

24 May 2023 - 16:51 by michelle.foster

Are you an artist looking for a self-contained studio with natural light? Become the next Pool Arts Associate Artist.

  • image: pool arts logo24-hour access
  • Ground floor access
  • Close to city centre and A6 (10 mins walk from Piccadilly Station, 5 mins walk to MMU).
  • Free WiFi
  • Free tea and coffee

Only £200 pcm (currently inclusive of utilities).

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Creative Connections 2023

13 June, 2023 - 00:00 to 17 June, 2023 - 00:00

Creative Connections is a week full of free developmental sessions for youth sector and arts sector workers.

Led by expert organisations from across Greater Manchester, come along, listen, learn and contribute to sessions; focussing on how we can collectively provide exceptional creative spaces for young people across the city. Whether you're early in your career or seasoned in your practice; these sessions will have something for everyone.

Presented by Contact, supported by Manchester City Council

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Transparency: a northern tale of transition

7 July, 2023 - 00:00 to 8 July, 2023 - 00:00

7 July, 53two in Manchester
8 July, Salford Arts Theatre

Dive into the everyday life of a transgender male through the relatable, hilarious and brutally honest lens of a northern working class family. Whilst Jack navigates the hurdles of transition, the old family dynamics are shaken up.

Will he find the courage to face his worst fears? Will he risk it all for love?!

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Freelance Activity Coordinator at String of Hearts

String of Hearts is looking for a freelance Activity Coordinator to coordinate music-making activities for older adults in Trafford and Manchester.

String of Hearts is a community arts organisation which connects older adults through music, to reduce isolation and improve wellbeing in later life. Established in 2019, String of Hearts have grown from supporting 50 people in their first year to over 500 people in 2022. String of Hearts shine a light on the talents and skills of older adults and remove barriers to accessing creative activities in later life.

Freelance role averaging 6-10 hours per week, specific dates/times to be agreed monthly
£20 per hour, paid on receipt of invoice at end of calendar month
Home working and various community/healthcare settings in Trafford and Manchester
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Finance and Resources Coordinator at Castlefield Gallery

Castlefield Gallery supports artists and creatives to make new art and sustain their careers. Castlefield Gallery are a contemporary art gallery and artist development organisation. Established by artists in 1984, their vision is to be one of the leading UK organisations for artists’ development, building a compelling case for supporting artists – their work, their careers, and at every level.

16 hours per week (2 days)
£22,672 per annum, pro rata
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Sing their name choir

16 Mar 2023 - 14:37 by michelle.foster

A new Greater Manchester choir has been created for those bereaved by suicide and they would love to welcome new members.

sing their name choir logoThe choir meets weekly on a Wednesday evening 7pm-8.30pm at a central Manchester location and are planning to perform publicly on 29 June 2023 when the Baton of Hope UK Tour arrives in Manchester.

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