Drawing Classes For Adults
Enjoy free art courses with Brian Raymond including 'A Contemporary Approach To Still Life Drawing', 'Re-interpreted Still Life Drawing' and 'Draw for Wellbeing' at 11:00, 13:00 and 15:00 on Saturday and Sunday. Find out more
Print demonstrations with Hot Bed Press illustrating some of the methods used to make original limited edition prints in a fully functional screenprint workshop. Visit stand 330 to see relief print, screenprint and letterpress demonstrations, as well as the adjoining exhibition of prints selected from their 270 members. Find out more
Ask the Framer
Expert, bespoke face to face framing advice from Hetherington Framers. This local and family run firm offer a bespoke service creating tradition and contemporary style frames. Find out more
Leopold Eaton can move a single piece of Art to whole collections across the UK. Find out more
Relax in the Art Café with a wide range of drinks, snacks and lunches available. Enjoy a glass of wine while you decide which piece of art to take home!
The Manchester Contemporary
With galleries hailing from across the UK and internationally, The Manchester Contemporary encourages and de-mystifies engagement with contemporary art, creating a fresh and engaging journey of discovery for all that choose to join it.
Own Art partners with galleries and art fairs to offer interest-free finance on the purchase of contemporary art and craft. You can use Own Art to buy any eligible art and craft at Buy Art Fair, priced between £100 and £25,000. You simply pay back the price of the artwork in 10 monthly instalments, totally interest free. Find out more
Cass Art Kids Area
Drop in and join the fun, creative activities designed to inspire and ignite children’s imaginations, run by experienced staff. Create spooky Halloween collages, decorate your very own bat bunting and experiment with mark making drawing techniques accompanied by a range of exciting materials. Find out more
The new taste of Mr Cooper’s, a modern dining experience for the growing generation of excited people who find food a part of the canvas of their life, food to be enjoyed whenever and however they want. Quirky, imaginative dishes inspired by the story of Mr Cooper himself, using colourful ingredients whilst utilising home-grown, seasonal favourites. The food is fresh and without fuss, designed to be shared and enjoyed all day in a relaxed setting. Food that becomes the conversation, flavours from marketplaces afar brought back to Manchester to delight the senses.