Co-commissioned exhibition by The International 3 and the University of Salford.
Exhibition reflecting on the themes of memory, sense of place and journeys.
Final days: Catch this exhibition before it closes on Sunday.
Last chance to see this exhibition before it closes on Sunday.
Thursday evening: A new type of ‘zombie’ movie set in modern China made by one of the most important Chinese artists working today.
Talk by Danny Morrell looking at some of the early artworks from the University of Salford Art Collection.
This Wednesday: a talk considering artistic explorations of modern technology.
Tonight: A talk exploring artworks from the University of Salford Art Collection concerned with optical illusions.
Exhibition featuring work by some of this year’s Graduate Scholars.
An informal tours to the exhibition What’s in Store?
Art Collection Co-commissioned work showing in London.
Life drawings by students from the School of Arts & Media.
Join Rachel Maclean as she discusses her strange fantasy world in It’s What’s Inside that Counts; a world of data dependent inhabitants and man-size rodents.
Read more about this exhibition and see link to a review by Frieze.
A newly commissioned radio series and gallery installation inspired by tales of Chinese migrants.
Exploring notions of marine welfare, migration and mental health and their possible interconnections.
Danny Morrell in conversation with artist Mishka Henner.
Final week to catch this exhibition of Abstract Painting.
An ambitious new video work by Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson showing at BALTIC, Gateshead.
Exhibition of work from 2017 Visual Arts Graduates.
Exhibition showcasing some of new acquisitions by the University of Salford Art Collection.
Exploring the relationship between the natural and the technological through artworks produced in Hong Kong, China and in the UK.
A group exhibition exploring the relationship between the natural and the technological through artworks produced in Hong Kong and China.
Dawood’s Leviathan explores the notions of marine welfare, migration and mental health and their possible interconnections. Ben is the first in a cycle of 10 films – to be released between now and 2020.
This week only: Exhibition showcasing the work of 8 creative practitioners inspired by the 57th Venice Art Biennale.
Danny Morrell contemplates L.S. Lowry’s painting Narcia fitting out at the Tyne from our Art Collection.
Danny Morrell contemplates the work of expressionist artist Albert Adams.
Danny Morrell explores the work of French Impressionist Adolphe Valette.
Polyrhythmia is a group exhibition revolving around the continuous global transformation of the urban landscape.
An evening of artists’ films exploring the concept of the physical body as a tool, an art object, or an extension of an apparatus.
Our most recent co-commission for the Collection: The Scar, a fiction film installation weaving together conspiracy, gangster, noir, politics, crash theory, fantasy and reality.
Exhibition of newly commissioned work by Ruth Barker and Hannah Leighton-Boyce following their artists’ residencies in Salford/Manchester (Barker) and Glasgow (Leighton-Boyce).
University of Salford Photography graduate and current Graduate Scholar Jamal Jameel exhibits in Liverpool this month.
Joe Beedles, Music and Graduate Scholar alumni, presents an audio-visual set at FutureEverything’s Future Sessions’ launch at the Whitworth Art Gallery.
Friday: A day of workshops and discussions from innovators in the field.
Embody: Selected works from Critical & Contextual Studies and the University of Salford Art Collection.
Final week to view this exhibition.
An exhibition of three films at Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art by award winning artist Shen Xin.
Friday: Evening opening of the exhibition as part of LightNight.
Meet the PRINT UnLtd artists and have a go at screenprinting, relief printing and lots more besides.
This Wednesday, 5 – 7pm at Salford Museum and Art Gallery.
Thursday: Award-winning artist Shen Xin presents two short films by Sarai Kirshner, and Anocha Suwichakornpong and Tulapop Saenjaroen.
Live sound and visual performance at the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art.
Showcasing work by 3 artists, all of whom are former University of Salford Art Collection and School of Arts and Media Graduate Scholars.
Breakfast and exhibition viewing, plus an evening opening of the exhibition.
University of Salford Art Collection is a cultural partner for the 5th PHOTOFAIRS Shanghai.
This is Shanghai curator Jiang Jiehong in conversation with Culture Liverpool’s Head of Creative Development, Robin Kemp.
An illustrated talk by Sean Rorke, Artistic Director of Hot Bed Press.
Ideas and thoughts behind works in the PRINT UnLtd. exhibition.
An exhibition by 2017/18 University of Salford Art Collection and School of Arts and Media Graduate Scholars.
Final week: PRESENCE is the first time we have shown the New Collection of Chinese Contemporary Art in its entirety.
Book your place now for this talk by local art collector Bob Miller.
Life drawings by students from the School of Arts & Media on display in the Old Fire Station.
Final week of this exhibition: guest curated by University of Salford alumna Amy Stevenson and featuring artworks from our Collection.
Major new public realm artwork is revealed.
Exhibition exploring the juxtaposition between order and chaos.
Where the City Can’t See is the first fiction film shot entirely through laser scanning technology.
Nine artworks will be lighting up our dark winter nights at Salford Quays.
Featuring new work It’s What’s Inside That Counts for which the Art Collection is a commissioning partner.
Exhibition exploring ‘Post-truth’ by artists from the School of Arts & Media
University of Salford Senior Lecturer in Psychology Dr Adam Galpin in conversation with artist Suki Chan about her project ‘Lucida’.
Exploring the curious and complex relationship between the human eye, the brain and vision.
2017/18 Graduate Scholar Lubna Ali’s solo exhibition at PAPER Gallery.
Final week to catch this exhibition.
An exhibition combing Neo-Classicism with image glitches.
An exhibition of works celebrating, challenging and questioning printmaking.