Artists Talks

Whitworth Art Gallery, Saturday 2 June 1pm – 5pm
 

At Whitworth Art Gallery.

1.00 – 1.20 Barthélèmy Toguo

1.30 – 1.50 Pascale Marthine Tayou

2.30 – 2.50 Nii Obodai

3.00 – 3.20 Koyo Kouoh

3.30 – 3.50 Georges Adéagbo

4.00 – 4.20 Lucy Azubuike

4.30 – 4.50 François-Xavier Gbré

5.00 – 5.20 Victoria Udondian
 

TODDLERTASTIC

10.30—11.30am or 11.30am—12.30pm

Book ahead on 0161 275 7450

At Whitworth Art Gallery.

Toddlers and babies event

Creative art, drama, music or dance sessions for under 5s.

TREASURE BASKET

10.30—11.30am, 1.30am—2.30pm

At The Manchester Museum.

Toddlers and babies event

Creative sensory play for babies who aren’t walking yet.

BIG SATURDAY MANCHESTER ANANSI SPIDER

11am—4pm

At The Manchester Museum.

Family friendly

See Anansi Spider brought to life in a theatre performance and make Anansi Spiders to take home.

MINI ART CLUB FOR 2—5s

10.15—11.15am or 11.30am—12.30pm
Second Friday of every month

At Manchester Art Gallery.

Toddlers and babies event

Make art, make friends, make noise, make a mess!
Book one week in advance on 0161 235 8888

FAMILY ART CLUB

1-3PM

At Manchester Art Gallery.

Family friendly

First Saturday of every month Play and create things together. For families with children aged 6–11.

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Martin Barlow, curator of the exhibition Moving Into Space at the National Football Museum talks about the exhibition.

Barthélémy Toguo, Lucy Azubuike and Nnenna Okore, three of the exhibited artists, talk about their work and their interest in using materials which reflect the lifestyle and experience of the people of West Africa.

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Reviews

Nine countries show off their talent as five city venues link up for a summer celebration. Helen Nugent in the Guardian

Street life, dazzling dress, social commentary and a riot of sensuous colour interweave in a rich assembly of West African art, writes Charles Gore in the Times Higher Education