What’s on

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

 

Haworth Life Drawing Series, 2018

Life drawings by students from the School of Arts & Media.

Three people holding framed awards, stood in front of paintings.
From L to R Richard Benbow, Helena Worthington and Munty Chowdhury. Photograph by Nick Harrison.

PRINT UnLtd.

An exhibition of works celebrating, challenging and questioning printmaking.

Image courtesy of artists Lubna Ali, Claudia Alonso, Joey Collins and Gwilym Hughes. A combined print.

Push and Pull

Printmaking from Salford and Manchester.

A collage of a twenty layered screenprint, include newspaper clippings, netting from a bag of oranges and an part of an envelope.
Cecile Elstein, A Letter from Mrs. Gould, 1981. Screenprint. © Cecile Elstein. Photograph: Museums Photography North West.

Aquatopia

An exhibition about water and water scarcity at Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA).

Kingsley Ng, Horizon. Image courtesy of Make a Difference Institute.

Daniel Wiltshire: Polychrome

An exhibition combing Neo-Classicism with image glitches.

Daniel Wiltshire, Apollo, 2018. Digital collage. Courtesy the artist.

PHOTOFAIRS Shanghai 2018

University of Salford Art Collection is a cultural partner for the 5th PHOTOFAIRS Shanghai.

PHOTOFAIRS | Shanghai

PRINT UnLtd.: Panel Discussion

Ideas and thoughts behind works in the PRINT UnLtd. exhibition.

White gallery wall with a row of 4 prints on.
PRINT UnLtd.. Installation shot. Artwork by Joey Collins. Photograph courtesy Gwilym Hughes.

The Manchester Contemporary 2018: ALUMNI

Showcasing work by 3 artists, all of whom are former University of Salford Art Collection and School of Arts and Media Graduate Scholars.

Black background with star like orange specks on it and one larger orange planet like circle.
Lizzie King, Dust Cloud on Mars, 2016. C-Type of Chemigram. 

Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson: Song for Armageddon

Song for Armageddon to be screened at Glasgow Cathedral as part of their annual festival this year.

Head and shoulders shot of a woman staring into the camera. The background behind her is black except for a small line of light in the distance.
Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson, Song for Armageddon, 2017 (still). © Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson.