Take an after-hours trip to Manchester’s museums next week, and experience incredible new music and art from some of the North West’s most exciting young and emerging talent.
Music, art and science collide in an explosive celebration of women’s creativity. Six free events bringing together the North’s most exciting musicians and scientists.
Female musician, producer, visual artist or performance artist? Apply to take part in this exciting cross-artform residency at the People’s History Museum
Beth Orton and Arts Council England’s Director of Music Claire Mera-Nelson are among the first wave of contributors announced for Change the Record.
Apply to take part in ‘Music at the Museum’ – a week-long residency of collaborative songwriting and music-making led by experimental folk rock band Firefly Burning.
We’re looking for talented female singers, songwriters and instrumentalists aged 13-18 to take part in an exciting week-long music project in Liverpool with Natalie McCool.
Meet the 15 female percussionists selected to take part in ‘Stealing Sheep’s Suffragette Tribute’ – the suffrage-inspired performance as part of Both Sides Now.
If you are an emerging musician or band and want to gain an insight into the world of a professional artist, this exciting international opportunity might be for you.
Meet the talented artists selected to create new music that will commemorate the forgotten story of the fall of Manchester Hill in 1918.