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Exhibition handout to accompany the He was a wild one exhibition. Monday 16 September – Fri 20 December 2019, New Adelphi Exhibition Gallery.

Peer to Peer is a group show of 14 photographers from the UK and China. Exhibition showing in Liverpool and Shanghai.

Filmmaker Antony Barkworth-Knight reflects on the rain and upcoming short film Homage to the Rain.

A reflection on PHOTOFAIR Shanghai 2019.

9 week online masters level digital curation course.

2018/19 Graduate Scholar Sadé Mica’s reflection on the Scholarship Programme.

A white leather laced shoe designed for a bird's foot.

Amy Greener reflects on her work experience with the Art Collection.

Watch clips and read more about our latest co-commission Everything I Have Is Yours by Eileen Simpson and Ben White (Open Music Archive) .

BA Fine Art student Richard Benbow, reflects on the work he produced for Acquired: a century of collecting.

Assistant Curator Stephanie Fletcher reflects on her participation in Prof Beryl Graham’s one-week intensive course Curating after New Media.

Photograph of what appears to be disregarded objects, including an American Dollar, a film reel, a photographic slide and a Queen concert ticket.

University of Salford Art Collection and Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art Research Curator Marianna Tsionki wins apexart, New York, Open Call.

Art Curator Lindsay Taylor discusses her recent research trip to Japan.

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

Black and white still from a video depicting mountains, which on closer inspection are made up of buildings.

Recent video work acquired by Art Collection, which explores urbanism.

We are thrilled to announce that we have selected our cohort for 2018/19.

Neon sign saying OPEN

The Graduate Scholarship Programme is currently accepting applications.

University of Salford and Salford Community Leisure have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to formalise the growing partnership between both organisations.

Poem written by Dr Scott Thurston in response to Cao Fei’s film La Town

Curator vacancy with one of our partners.

Photograph of artist Mandy Payne in an artist's studio

A new commission considering the recent impacts the tragic Grenfell Tower incident has had upon Salford’s growing housing developments.

Detail of stained glass fanlight window at Peel Buidling Univesity of Salford

Freelance creative practitioner required. Deadline this Friday.

Article highlighting work by some of this year’s recently selected Graduate Scholars.

Mock-up Penguin book. Main picture has orange background then in the foreground is the black silhouette of a man's legs with a woman's legs, outlined in a black line, on top. The title of the book is Last Night's Vows.

We welcome six new scholars to our professional development programme.

Photograph of artist Samson Young looking through a circular pink neon light.

Exhibition features in The Art Newspaper.

Photograph of three fish tanks in a gallery. Two tanks clearly have fish in the third only plants can be seen.

Exhibitions to mark the 20th anniversary of the handover of Hong Kong to China.

Work by Brass Art to exhibit at xCoAx a conference exploring intersection where computational tools and media meet art and culture.

Aerial photographer of oil and gas fields

Danny Morrell in conversation with artist Mishka Henner.

Photograph of man in a white coat in a marine laboratory.

Review by Art Curator Lindsay Taylor.

Teaching, learning and research network on Asia and its global diaspora.

Danny Morrell explores the work of French Impressionist Adolphe Valette.

Danny Morrell contemplates the work of expressionist artist Albert Adams.

L.S. Lowry painting of a ship on the Tyne. In front of the ship is a long rowing boat full of people.

Danny Morrell contemplates L.S. Lowry’s painting Narcia fitting out at the Tyne from our Art Collection.

Photograph of man in a white coat in a marine laboratory.

Next week our Art Curator is at the Venice Biennale representing the University of Salford.

Photograph of artist Samson Young looking through a circular pink neon light.

Co-commissioning work by Hong Kong based artist Samson Young.

Lizzie King & Craig Tattersall, Studios (2015). Image courtesy of artists. Photograph of swivel chair in foreground and a stool in the centre of the shot in a deserted artist studio.

A clearer picture: A guide for arts and cultural organisations engaging with universities

Work from the Art Collection will be screening at Manchester Science Festival this weekend.

Supporting our creative graduates.