Postcard street art to raise money for mayor’s charities
Bury Art Museum is presenting a charity postcard exhibition and silent auction at Kwoff Window Gallery on Silver Street, Bury.
Bury celebrates Black History Month
The enormous contribution that black Britons have made to our vibrant and diverse society is being celebrated in Bury during Black History Month.
Bury Art Museum wants your rainbow pictures!
Bury Art Museum is collecting art and artefacts that represent a snapshot of the current Covid-19 lockdown period.
Students’ creative work will showcase Bury Town of Culture
Creative students have contributed to Bury’s Town of Culture year – by designing a new visual identity for the programme.
Town of Culture goes online
Residents of Bury are being urged to join in and contribute to cultural events taking place in their streets and online during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Share your ‘lockdown’ experience for major art and social history project
Culture is flourishing in Bury despite the Covid-19 pandemic – in fact, the virus is being used as the inspiration for a major new arts and social history project.
Mayor put in the picture by members of mental health support group
Members of a local mental health support group put the Mayor of Bury in the picture when he visited their annual art exhibition.
On the record – art school inspirations on show in Bury
Famous record sleeves designed by artists from across the North West will be on display at Bury Art Museum and Sculpture Centre.
Mayor opens Bury Art Society’s annual exhibition
A huge range of artistic creations is now on display at the annual exhibition by Bury Art Society.
Tenth Bury Art Festival to help Bury Hospice
Organisers of Bury Art Festival hope that people will flock to their annual exhibition in aid of Bury Hospice.
New exhibitions to celebrate the ‘silver sculptures’!
Bury Art Museum is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Irwell Sculpture Trail by hosting two new exhibitions.
Small Acts of Unforgetting – Armistice event at Bury Art Museum
No fewer than 588 men and boys from Bury and the surrounding district were killed during the first 17 months of the First World War.
‘I Shout for the Fall’ – pictures of words by Mark E Smith
A new exhibition of images inspired by the words of Mark E Smith, iconic leader of The Fall, starts next week at Bury Art Museum.
Treasures unveiled at major Victoria Wood exhibition
A wealth of treasures from Bury’s most famous daughter will be on show at a major exhibition devoted to the much-loved entertainer.
Library pictures – at Radcliffe
Visitors to Radcliffe Library can enjoy viewing a dozen works of art produced by a local man.
Bury twins with Greece to promote the arts
Bury Art Museum is one of just two museums in the UK to take part in an international twinning project organised by the British Council.
Adult learners display their creative talent at summer exhibition
A wide variety of art works will go on public display when adult learners in Bury hold their annual summer exhibition.
The People’s Art launched to help local charities
The Mayor of Bury has launched ‘The People’s Art’, an innovative new charity art wall to help raise funds for deserving local causes.
Bury Art Shop shortlisted for national award
Bury Art Shop is making its name on the national stage after being shortlisted for a Museums & Heritage award.