Manchester Art Gallery

Clay mates

Families can explore portraiture in these fun, free creative sessions. Play with optical illusions using clay, projections and tactile materials. The workshops are free and suitable for all ages.

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Clay mates

Families can explore portraiture in these fun, free creative sessions. Play with optical illusions using clay, projections and tactile materials. The workshops are free and suitable for all ages.

#MAGfamilies
#allsortstodo

Clay mates

Families can explore portraiture in these fun, free creative sessions. Play with optical illusions using clay, projections and tactile materials. The workshops are free and suitable for all ages.

#MAGfamilies
#allsortstodo

Clay mates

Families can explore portraiture in these fun, free creative sessions. Play with optical illusions using clay, projections and tactile materials. The workshops are free and suitable for all ages.

#MAGfamilies
#allsortstodo

Clay mates

Families can explore portraiture in these fun, free creative sessions. Play with optical illusions using clay, projections and tactile materials. The workshops are free and suitable for all ages.

#MAGfamilies
#allsortstodo

Clay mates

Families can explore portraiture in these fun, free creative sessions. Play with optical illusions using clay, projections and tactile materials. The workshops are free and suitable for all ages.

#MAGfamilies
#allsortstodo

Clay mates

Families can explore portraiture in these fun, free creative sessions. Play with optical illusions using clay, projections and tactile materials. The workshops are free and suitable for all ages.

#MAGfamilies
#allsortstodo

Autism Awareness

For Autism Awareness Week 2017, we have partnered up with Grange School; a school which serves Manchester’s autistic community.

We are hosting a Thursday Late event in our Clore Art Studio on Thursday 30 March 5-7pm, where you can view and discuss photographs that explore autism through perspectives offered by autistic people, their families and those who work with them.

This event aims to raise awareness, understanding and change perceptions of autism in Manchester.

The Mindful Museum – Continued Professional Development

The first in a number of CPD days for museum and gallery professionals who would like to learn about using mindfulness in their learning programmes. Our Health and Wellbeing Manager will share  experience gained over the past four years working across audiences and artworks using mindfulness practice to increase art appreciation and improve wellbeing.

During the morning you will hear about the background to the work along with the research and theory that underpins our work and in the afternoon you will experience three mindfulness activities with an mindfulness teacher and artist.

THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULLY BOOKED

 

If you’d like to join the waiting list for the next series of The Mindful Museum sessions please email Louise Thompson, l.thompson1@manchester.gov.uk