What’s on

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

 

Memory

Exhibition reflecting on the themes of memory, sense of place and journeys.

Abstract print of a hedgerow.
Adrian Henri, Hedgerow, 1981, Lithograph.
© Estate of Adrian Henri, by kind permission of C. Marcangeli.

Culture Shifts: Global

Photography exhibition exploring urban changes.

Luke Ching, 1/F 17 Fung Yi Street, To Kwa Wan, KL, Hong Kong(Door, Wall, Window), 2001.

WANDERLUST

Exhibition guest curated by University of Salford alumna Amy Stevenson and featuring artworks from our Collection.

Man dress in white shirt and black trousers walking on a seabed.
Simon Faithfull, Going Nowhere 2, 2011, Video still. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Polaris, Paris.

What’s in Store?

An exhibition showcasing the University of Salford Art Collection.

Oil painting of a house in the background with trees and bushes in the foreground.
Adolphe Valette, Romiley, 1916. © University of Salford. Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation.

Tour of What’s in Store? exhibition

An informal introduction to the exhibition What’s in Store?

Blue background. Foreground a rainbow pegged on a washing line.
Patrick Hughes, Wet Rainbow, 1979. Courtesy of Patrick Hughes and Flowers Gallery, London and New York. Museum Photography North West.

Tour of What’s in Store? exhibition

An informal introduction to the exhibition What’s in Store?

Screenprint of a floor. Main colour is beige with splashes of other colours including red, yellow, blue and green.
Maurice Carlin, Temporary Custodians 62, 2016. Courtesy the artist. Museums Photography North West.

Tour of What’s in Store? exhibition

An informal introduction to the exhibition What’s in Store?

Perspex sculpture of a building.
Matthew Houlding New Olympia Building 5, 2012. Courtesy of artist.

Cao Fei: Haze and Fog

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.