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EXHIBITION PREVIEW : No Particular Place to Go? 35 years of sculpture at Castlefield Gallery

05/09/2019 / 6pm-8pm

Join us to celebrate the opening of  No Particular Place to Go? and our 35th anniversary from 6-8pm on Thursday … Read more

No Particular Place to Go? 35 years of sculpture at Castlefield Gallery

06/09/2019

Marking thirty-five years for Castlefield Gallery, No Particular Place to Go? is informed by extensive research into Castlefield Gallery’s archives and exhibition history, exploring this history through the lens of sculpture Read more

HOST: Walking Tour and Artist Q&A

19/01/2017 / 5:30-7pm

Join artist Hilary Jack, along with Kate Jesson, Curator at Manchester Art Gallery and Councillor Beth Knowles, on a walking … Read more

FILM SCREENING + ARTIST TALK – Launch Pad: For Posterity

21/02/2015 / 2-4pm

To coincide with our next Launch Pad exhibition, For Posterity,  join us for a screening of ‘Old English Craft’ films … Read more

PREVIEW – Launch Pad: For Posterity

12/02/2015 / 6-8pm

Join us for the public preview of our next Launch Pad exhibition, For Posterity, curated by CG associate member Lucy … Read more

Shed Feast

25/10/2014 / 6-10pm

TOAST invites you to Shed Feast, an immersive sensory experience as part of Shed Show. The Exhibition Centre for the … Read more

Shed Show

16/10/2014

Shed Show is an incubation tool for ideas investigating the themes of industriousness and the amateur. The exhibition will show … Read more

Hilary Jack: And Scent of Pine and the Woodthrush Singing…

10/06/2011

Castlefield Gallery is pleased to present artist Hilary Jacks first UK solo exhibition called And Scent of Pine and the Woodthrush Singing…(1) featuring new works.

Jack collects broken objects and discarded materials from a variety of sources including city streets, eBay or charity shops. She then transforms and rejuvenates them, sometimes returning them to their original locations.

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