Come and watch a thought-provoking film with us, then enjoy a natter over a cup of tea about the big issues it raises!
Come and watch a film with us, then enjoy a natter over a cup of tea about the big issues raised by the film.
The Northern Women’s Art Collective is a group of 20 female artists which was founded in October 2014 as a means for supporting and encouraging each other’s creative talents, and as a forum to showcase their work.
The women are all based in the north of England and draw their inspiration from their varying identities and environments. Whilst most are based in Greater Manchester, some are from as far afield as Cumbria and Cheshire.
The exhibition is the collective’s first show and features a diverse collection of work in a variety of mediums including ceramics, painting, drawing and photography.
Job Advert for General Manager
Nexus CCS is a registered charity, providing a unique space in the City Centre of Manchester to develop community based on Christian ethos through Creativity and Spirituality. It provides a cafe as a welcoming space of engagement, a range of creative exhibitions, workshops and events, community activities and spiritual activities, broadly based on Christian spirituality. Originally established as a Methodist project it has been registered as a charity for just over a year.
An opportunity has now arisen for a part time (16-21 hours per week plus overtime) general manager to develop and manage the charity. Salary £19,500 pro-rata (based on 37.5 hrs per week)
If you are interested in applying for this exciting and dynamic role please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a job description.
Closing date for applicants is 5pm Friday 17th April 2015.
Interviews 28th April 2015
Caroline Coates will be back at Nexus on Thursday 19th March making sock pigs. You can learn how to stitch your own little piggy from 7:30-9pm, just £5 with all materials included.