The Mary Greg Meeting Room is adjacent to the main entrance of the gallery, in the original Royal Manchester Institution building. With huge windows overlooking Mosley Street and period architectural features, combined with comfortable seating and user friendly AV, the room is ideal for smaller meetings or lunches.
This meeting room is a functional room, set in a boardroom layout, retaining original architectural features combined with contemporary furniture and AV. While guests will enjoy being in the heart of a busy public art gallery, you’ll enjoy a bright, easily accessible room, free WiFi, and included AV. Refreshments are served within the meeting room or you could pre order lunch to be served in the Gallery Cafe. We also have additional meeting rooms that can be used on their own or for breakout sessions.
Mary Greg was a significant contributor to the collections of Manchester Art Gallery. She collected everyday domestic objects during the late 1800s and early 1900s. She was particularly interested in pre-industrial handmade objects and wanted to preserve examples of traditional artisan skills.