Arc Arts for Wellbeing New Year Newsletter.
An exploration of identity by women from Arc, Ananna and Stockport Women’s Centre with artist Jasmine Walne. February 24th – April 20th 2018 We are celebrating International Women’s Day with a colourful exhibition of artwork created during a collaborative project by four… Read More
We are celebrating International Womens Day 2018 with a colourful exhibition from our collaborative women’s project ‘Cherish’ In 2017 Arc launched a call out for an artist to work with three groups of women in Greater Manchester exploring… Read More
As the lead artist of the Cherish project, I am in the process of collating all the drawings produced in the creative workshop sessions with each of the three groups of women. The drawings will be layered together… Read More
The Other in Mother is a visual arts project we are running this year to explore the mental health impacts of motherhood – the maternal transition. Arc has commissioned artist Sarah Greaves to research this area, to work with… Read More
An exhibition of Art by Simone Frater-Russell & Nerissa Cargill Thompson Time to stop, Time to notice, Time to remember, Time to appreciate, Time to reflect. January 27th – February 16th 2018 TIME is an exhibition of textiles,… Read More
We harness creativity to improve lives. Discover our impact during 2016-17 in this colourful report. [PDF 2.3MB].
The perfect opportunity to buy affordable, handmade Christmas gifts in Stockport, Manchester – all under one roof! November 25th 11:00-16:00 and continues weekdays 10:00-16:00 Purchase unique and affordable handmade art and craft pieces until 4pm Fri December 22nd 2017 Its that time of year… Read More
Artist Call Out – Gallery Exhibitor Deadline 4pm Friday 6th October 2017 We are offering an artist who shares our values the opportunity to exhibit in our Gallery in January 2018. This will provide a platform for their… Read More
Indian Summer Textile & Stories Exhibition Monday 11th September – Friday 17th November 2017 Indian Summer will showcase a type of Indian embroidery called Kantha, which involves stitching on saris to recycle them as usable items like cushions and quilts, alongside other… Read More