Reminder that this exhibition is on today at Levenshulme Old Library until 3pm. Thanks to Ciara Leeming and Laura Deane.
Bankley Studios is holding its annual Open Studios event and exhibition of artists selected from its Open Call.
Bankley Open 2021 presents works from 20 artists selected from our annual open call.
“…the judges were drawn to works that stirred a sense of intrigue, often dream-like narratives, that spoke of human, personal stories…”
On the opening weekend, all three floors of our artist studios will be open to the public, a chance for you to see what goes on behind closed doors and enter the weird and wonderful worlds of our artists.
Bankley Open 2021 artists:
Shona Davies, David Monaghan & John Klein
Hannah Louise Foster
Chloë Louise Lawrence
Opening Night + Award Ceremony + Bankley Open Studios
6-9pm Friday 25th September
Bankley Open Studios
6-9pm Friday 24th September
12-4pm Saturday 25th September
Artists Selected by judges Tamar Hemmes: Assistant Curator at Tate Liverpool, Simon Buckley: Artist, and Audrey Albert: Artist and Creative Facilitator
To arrange a viewing at another time, please get in contact via email firstname.lastname@example.org or on social media
12-4pm Saturdays + Sundays until 10th October
Bankley Gallery is situated on the first floor of an old mill building, which unfortunately is currently only accessible by stairs. The studios are located on the first, second and third floors and are also only accessible by stairs.The building is located just off the main road, with regular bus services from Manchester and Stockport, and is around 450m from Levenshulme train station. The station has no lift and both platforms are only accessible by stairs.
SHE MADE THAT
Celebrating women makers.
A pop-up exhibition and mini craft market is coming to Levenshulme Old Library over the Bank Holiday weekend showcasing work made by @CreativeCityGM’s wonderful community of Manchester artists and crafters. wellbeing-boosting women’s projects, with gorgeous craft products for sale too.
Sat 29 & Sun 30 May, 12-4pm at Levy Old Library
Creative City’s projects use arts and crafts to boost confidence, wellbeing and resilience, and to amplify local voices. Empowering women and young people in Manchester.
Instagram, Twitter and Facebook – @CreativeCityGM