What’s on

On this page find out about our current activities and associated partner events.

 

What’s in Store?

Final days: Catch this exhibition before it closes on Sunday.

What’s Next?

Exhibition of work from 2017 Visual Arts Graduates.

Pencil drawing of the side profile head and shoulders of a bearded man.
Dylan Cunningham, Self-portrait, 2017. Pencil on paper. Image courtesy of the artist.

Digital Matters: The Earth Behind the Screen

A group exhibition exploring the relationship between the natural and the technological through artworks produced in Hong Kong and China.

Lin Ke, Robinson Crusoe, 2011. Installation View. Courtesy the artist and CFCCA.

Whether Seeing is Believing: A focus on the optical illusion in art

Tonight: A talk exploring artworks from the University of Salford Art Collection concerned with optical illusions.

An optical illusion painting, featuring a wall of books, a wall of paintings, a door and a beach in the background.
Patrick Hughes, My Room, 2012. Courtesy Patrick Hughes, Flowers Gallery, London and New York. Museum Photography North West.

Introduced film screening: Cao Fei’s Haze and Fog

Thursday evening: A new type of ‘zombie’ movie set in modern China made by one of the most important Chinese artists working today.

Man sat at table eating noodles with placard to the left of him. Next to the table a man dress in t-shirt and shorts is playing a harmonica.
Cao Fei, Haze and Fog (production still) 2013, Image courtesy of the artist and Vitamin Creative Space.

Exhibition Launch: …into the labyrinth

Exhibition showcasing the work of 8 creative practitioners inspired by the 57th Venice Art Biennale.

Hazel Rebecca Clegg, Submerge, 2017. Courtesy of the artist.

…into the labyrinth

Exhibition showcasing the work of 8 creative practitioners inspired by the 57th Venice Art Biennale.

into the labyrinth, exhibition poster.