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Social Art Practice: Tactics For Togetherness

25/06/2019 / 18:30-20:30

For Castlefield Gallery Associates members only Artist and film-maker Ian Nesbitt joins us to talk about his social art practice and about … Read more

Institutions, Engagement and Artists

28/05/2019 / 18:30-20:30

For Castlefield Gallery Associates members only Continuing our broad 2019 theme of Futureproof Your Practice, Taneesha Ahmed joins us to … Read more

Everything I Have Is Yours

04/07/2019

Venue: Salford Museum and Art Gallery. Everything I Have Is Yours is an ambitious film and sound work by Eileen Simpson and Ben White (Open Music Archive). Read more

Eileen Simpson and Ben White: Open Music Archive

14/06/2019

Castlefield Gallery is pleased to present the first UK survey show of work by Eileen Simpson and Ben White, exhibiting … Read more

Negotiating Better – how artists can improve their terms and conditions

30/04/2019 / 6:30-8:30pm

Castlefield Gallery is presenting this session for its Associate Members. Led by the experienced artists’ adviser and mentor Susan Jones, … Read more

Walking Tour with Sally Stone, Laura Sanderson and Jonathan Djabarouti

18/05/2019 / 12noon-2:30pm

Sally Stone, Reader in Architecture, Manchester School of Architecture (MSA), Laura Sanderson, Senior Lecturer (MSA) and Conservationist Jonathan Djabarouti, will … Read more

Walking Tour with independent curator and writer Tom Emery, and Castlefield Gallery curator Matthew Pendergast

11/05/2019 / 2pm-4pm

Independent curator and writer Tom Emery, and Castlefield Gallery curator Matthew Pendergast lead a walking tour of Manchester city centre to open a discussion around architecture and art in the public realm. Read more

We Are Abundant: Creativity and Resilience

26/03/2019 / 18:30-20:30

For Castlefield Gallery Associates only Join creative practitioner Lydia Catterall, three days before the scheduled Brexit day, for a session … Read more

Preview: UnDoing

21/03/2019 / 6-8pm

Join us for the preview of UnDoing, an exhibition that explores how buildings, places and artefacts are re-used, reinterpreted and remembered. Read more

UnDoing

22/03/2019

Including photography, models, sculpture and film by artists and architects, UnDoing explores the often conflicted relationship between past and present in architecture and how buildings, places and artefacts are re-used, reinterpreted and remembered.
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