The Everyday Austerity Exhibition Ten Borough Tour
From September 2016 to July 2017 the Everyday Austerity Exhibition toured Greater Manchester’s ten boroughs, visiting fifteen venues and reaching thousands of people. Stops on the tour included:
- Manchester Waterside Festival 2016 – Manchester, 10th-11th Sept 2016. More info here.
- Financial Inclusion Conference 2016 – Manchester, 26th Sept 2016. More info here.
- ESRC Festival of Social Science 2016 – Manchester, 7th Nov 2016. More info here.
- The Pankhurst Centre – Manchester, 23rd Nov – 16th Dec 2016. More info here.
- Bolton Market – Bolton, 17th Dec 2016
- Ashton Market – Tameside, 18th Jan 2017
- Seven Miles Out – Stockport, 19th-20th Jan 2017 [including two FREE screenings of the critically acclaimed film ‘I, Daniel Blake’ by Ken Loach]. More info here.
- Greater Manchester Centre for Voluntary Organisation – Manchester, 27th Jan 2017. More info here.
- Working Class Movement Library – Salford, 4th Feb-16th March 2017. More info here.
- Oldham Library and Gallery Oldham – Oldham, 20th March – 27th April 2017
- The Make Do and Mend Expo – Manchester, 8th June 2017. More info here.
- Spinning Gate Shopping Centre, Leigh – Wigan, Friday 30th June 2017
- Urmston Market – Trafford, Saturday 1st July 2017. More info here.
- Rochdale Pioneers Museum – Rochdale, 5th-18th July 2017. More info here.
- Bury Market – Bury, Wednesday 19th July 2017. More info here.
Thanks goes to the University of Manchester’s ‘Social Responsibility Fund’ for supporting the tour, and to all those people who visited.
If you would like to host the Everyday Austerity Exhibition, or want to know more about forthcoming tour dates, please email sarah.m.hall[at]manchester.ac.uk