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Gallery educator Amanda McCrann had the pleasure of working with years 4 and 5 of Mersey Drive Primary to create some fantastic journals inspired by nature and the changing seasons. WeRead More
As part of our summer family programme Far Far Away, we created a space where children could explore story-making, inspired by the Pre-Raphaelites. However, we were very aware that youngerRead More
During summer 2011, families from Crumpsall Children’s Centre with children under the age of two participated in a dance and visual arts project at Manchester Art Gallery. The project focusedRead More
Has the journey changed me? The camaraderie of new friends The shared laughter Bantering Has it let me look with clearer eye? To look beneath the surface To find symbolicRead More
May-June 2011 Visual artist Sarah Marsh and drama practitioner Kerry Tuhill worked with children aged 6 and 8 years old and their parents from Cheetwood Primary school in North Manchester.Read More
I have enjoyed every single minute of the workshops. Working with another set of people is always interesting and it is good to share ideas. I have always loved poetryRead More
After an initial apprehension of meeting new people and facing my demon – a complete mental block on poetry – both reading and composing, it quickly dispelled all fears andRead More
For me personally, I have found the sessions very interesting and enjoyable. Being from a totally different working environment, art is a relatively new concept & culture to study. IRead More
Amazon By a participant of the Community Project The eyes pull you in It is the sadness in the jade green eyes, That holds the gaze Hair red gold.Read More
Autumn Fire The four stand there static, Faces in repose. Serious. The viewer drawn into the inevitable; Sucked in unwillingly, Sees a sense of foreboding, Yet lurking rebirth. The coldRead More
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