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Future Fires is a programme which supports young artists to develop a socially-engaged art project in their own communities. During the twelve-month programme, Future Fires will receive high-level training and mentoring to develop their creative practice, leadership and project management skills. Once the training is completed, Future Fires will receive up to £1,000 of funding to make it happen.
Applications are now open for the Greater Manchester Culture Fund, which will support delivery of Greater Manchester Combined Authority’s strategy for Culture and Creativity, Grown in Greater Manchester. Known Around the World.
The Landmark Trust ‘50 for Free’ scheme is back! It offers 50 self-catering breaks in historic buildings to the nominees of charities and non-profit organisations. 50 short breaks in landmarks across England, Scotland and Wales going directly to those who most need a break.
Are you a contemporary visual artist over 50 years of age living in Greater Manchester?
Do you have a track record of recent professional activity as a visual artist?
Do you want an injection of critical and professional support to move your practice on to the next level?
As you may be aware, earlier this year Manchester City Council and Manchester Health and Care Commissioning launched a competitive tendering process for the contract to provide support to the city's voluntary and community sector for the next three years. We are delighted to announce that Macc has been awarded this contract.
Do you know someone who would love to work in a role, where you get to create and build in venues such as theatres, arts centres and studios?
The Factory Academy’s aim is to open up opportunities by creating entry level roles and development apprenticeships for technicians, producers, managers and front of house staff - roles that don't require formal further or higher educational qualifications.
Shared Reading brings people together through great literature to talk, laugh and share. Drop in to this brand-new monthly Shared Reading group and enjoy listening to a story or poem – no pressure to talk or read.
10am-11.30am on Tuesday 15 October, Tuesday 12 November, Tuesday 17 December at Glass Activity Room, Lower Ground Floor, Manchester Central Library.
Meet people, share experiences, feel connected.
HOME believe that everyone’s an Artist, or has the potential to become an Artist! That’s why they are inviting you to enter your artwork to the Manchester Open Exhibition – a major art show celebrating the creative talent of Greater Manchester.