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!
One Needs More Than Paint: Harry Ousey, A Centenary exhibition
Saturday 28 March 2015 to Sunday 5 July 2015
Born in Manchester in 1915, Harry Ousey's recognisable abstract paintings were considered ahead of his time.
Passionate about nature and landscape, his work is inspired by places he lived including Hayfield in Derbyshire, the coast of Cornwall and the landscape of France where he spent the last years of his life. Although part of the art scene in Cornwall in the 1950s and London and Paris in the 1960s, his work is little known today.
This retrospective exhibition will celebrate his life on the centenary year of his birth.
Official exhibition opening
Join us for the official exhibition opening on Saturday 28 March at 1.00pm. The exhibition is being opened by Dr Dinah Winch, Manager at Elizabeth Gaskell House. If you wish to attend the opening please RSVP to email@example.com.
Harry Ousey talks
Sue Astles, the niece of Harry Ousey will be holding two talks at Salford Museum and Art Gallery about the artists life. Join us on Saturday 11 April and Saturday 20 June from 2.00pm and get to know the artist behind the paintings.
Made in Eccles
Saturday 14 February 2015 to Sunday 19 April 2015
Photography students from Eccles Sixth Form Centre have worked on the theme 'A sense of place' for this special exhibition.
The first time this work has been exhibited outside the college walls, this is a rare opportunity to see these images which reflect both Salford and Manchester.
Salford Art Club Annual Exhibition 2015
Saturday 24 January 2015 to Sunday 26 April 2015
A popular yearly event for visitors, the annual Salford Art Club exhibition will present the very best works produced by members.
A mixture of landscape, portrait and still life are shown in a variety of media.
Salford Art Club have previously exhibited at Salford Museum and At Gallery, see our Past exhibitions page for further information.
100 Years Ago: Salford at War
Saturday 15 March 2014 to Sunday 15 November 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.
Want to know more about World War One?
Take a look at our Salford Remembers booklet for an overview of some Salford stories during WW1 including work going on to commemorate the four year centenary and how you can get involved.
You can also visit our 'Salford Remembers' WW1 website dedicated to the World War One Centenary.