World War One exhibition at Salford Museum and Art Gallery

Salford Museum and Art Gallery presents an exciting programme of permanent displays and changing exhibitions. From contemporary art to local history interest, textiles to photography, community exhibitions and local artists, there is something for everyone!

Our permanent exhibitions include our spectacular Victorian Gallery, beautiful Pilkington's Gallery and our selling gallery, By Hand: the shop

Random Visual Poems by Charlie Holt

MarilynSaturday 5 April 2014 to Sunday 6 July 2014

This exhibition brings together a number of related series of works by artist Charlie Holt. Charlie created collages that have their roots in both Pop Art and Surrealism, preferring to work with an attitude similar to the game of chance or the exquisite corpse.

All the works on show are either traditional cut and paste collages or digital montages influenced by both Manchester and Salford. There are altered record sleeves, random visual poems often inspired by music, reworked posters with interventions, mini hoardings based on graffiti and fly posters, and a series of collages based on the Northern Quarter and Salford inhabited by people like Eric Cantona.

Charlie has worked with students from the visual arts, media and music courses at Salford University to create specially commissioned pieces for this exhibition.

A satellite exhibition will show more of Charlie's work at the Deli Lama Cafe Bar from Monday 7 April to Sunday 27 June 2014. Please phone 0161 832 7220 for more information.

Collage Workshops with Charlie Holt

Charlie Holt will be running Collage Workshops at Salford Museum and Art Gallery on Saturday 12 April, Saturday 26 April and Saturday 3 May 2014.

100 Years Ago: Salford at War

Langworthy Road Military Hospital

Saturday 15 March 2014 to late 2015

'100 Years Ago: Salford at War', helps uncover some of Salford's unique stories from World War One.

This exhibition focuses on local characters, including the Broughton poet, Winifred Mabel Letts, Billy Unsworth, a solider from Ordsall, Albert Batty, who served in an ambulance unit and Dr James Niven, who helped fight the Spanish Flu pandemic.

Visit Ordsall Hall's exhibition page for information about the 'Mud, Sweat and Tears: The story of Ordsall's allotments' exhibition on display from Sunday 25 May 2014.

Find out more about the 100 Years Ago: Salford at War exhibition

The Big Brownie Birthday in Salford

The Big Brownie Birthday

Saturday 15 February to Sunday 27 April 2014

In 2014 the Brownies will be 100 years old.

Join us to celebrate the history of the Brownie section of Girl guiding in our area and to look forward to Brownies in 2014 and beyond. With “hands on” activities you can experience the fun they’ve enjoyed at their meetings over the years.

Salford Art Club Annual Exhibition 2014

Salford Art Club

Saturday 8 February 2014 to Sunday 11 May 2014

A selection of the very best artwork produced by members of the club including portraits, landscapes and still life in a variety of media.

This year, to commemorate the centenary of World War One, some works have been created around the theme of '1914 to 2014: a century of change'.

Visit the Salford Art Club website.