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Cornelia Parker, Anti-Mass 2005. Photo: C-Monster @Flickr

What's On This Week

Black Sheep @ The National Centre for Craft and Design 14 February 2015 – 9 May 2015 Free Entry This exhibition is an exploration ...

Photo: Steve Parkinson @Flickr

Fall in love as Whitworth Art Gallery reopens this Valentine's Day

After over a year’s closure and with immense work having been done, the Whitworth Art Gallery will finally be returning this Saturday ...

BUS STOP, Steffi Reichert@flickr.com

Kosmonaut Presents Manchester Artist himHallows

Deep in the Northern Quarter, nestled away amongst the endless bars and cafés, is a stellar hangout for that much needed lunch ...

Cornelia Parker, Anti-Mass 2005. Photo: C-Monster @Flickr

What's On This Week

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Photo: Steve Parkinson @Flickr

Fall in love as Whitworth Art Gallery reopens

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BUS STOP, Steffi Reichert@flickr.com

Kosmonaut Presents Manchester Artist himHallows

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Cornelia Parker, Anti-Mass 2005. Photo: C-Monster @Flickr

What’s On This Week

Your inside guide to what’s happening in the city this week

Photo: Steve Parkinson @Flickr

Fall in love as Whitworth Art Gallery reopens this Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s day sees the reopening of one of Manchester’s biggest art galleries. Get yourself down there for a weekend to remember

BUS STOP, Steffi Reichert@flickr.com

Kosmonaut Presents Manchester Artist himHallows

A quirky café/bar in the Northern Quarter opens its doors to a new galactic exhibition by Manchester artist, himHallows

Tris Vonna-Michell. Photo: thefuturistics @Flickr

Turner Prize 2014 Artists: Tris Vonna-Michell

In the run up to the Turner Prize winner being announced on December the 1st, The Mancunion Arts & Culture brings you introductions to the four 2014 nominees

Andy Warhol, 1987. Photo: Gisela Giardino @Flickr

What You Didn’t Know About Andy Warhol

There is much more to Andy Warhol than his famous Campbell’s Soup Cans and Marilyn Monroe. The Mancunion delves beneath the canvases to find out more about this quirky man.

Keith Haring. Photo: Sharyn Morrow @Flickr

Turner Prize 2014 Artists: James Richards

In the run up to the Turner Prize being announced on December 1st, The Mancunion Arts & Culture brings you introductions to the four 2014 nominees

Paintbrushes: John Morgan @Flickr

Turner Prize 2014 Artists: Ciara Phillips

In the run up to the Turner Prize winner being announced on December 1st, Mancunion Arts & Culture brings you introductions to the four 2014 nominees

Manchester City Centre, Photo: Stacey McNaught @Flickr

What’s on?

Your guide to what is happening in the city this month.

The Turner Prize will be held at Tate Britain in London on December 1st. photo: ugardener @Flickr

Turner Prize 2014 Artists: Duncan Campbell

In the run up to the Turner Prize being announced on December 1st, The Mancunion Arts & Culture brings you introductions to the four 2014 nominees

Damien Hirst's Virgin Mother (2005) at Gordon Bunshaft's Lever House (1952), New York City. Photo: Jeff Berman @Flickr

Turner Prize 2014

The UK is getting ready for the 2014 Tuner Prize, but before we look at the nominees, let’s take a look back at previous winners of this prestigious award

Archives New Zealand@Flickr

The Sensory War: 1914 – 2014

The Manchester Art Gallery opens its doors to a new exhibition celebrating the centenary of WW1

Photo: Ma Jose O.@ Flickr

To Ban or Not To Ban?

The EU has started considering whether the cadmium pigment is paints is to be banned. But what is cadmium and why is it so bad?