Beyond the Linear: Emma Lloyd
Saturday 8 December 2018 to Sunday 28 April 2019
Emma Lloyd dissects, reforms and translates language, pushing it beyond its constraints and reconfigures it, challenging its structural boundaries.
Through installation, sculpture and printmaking, Emma explores the cognitive properties of sight, the shift between looking and reading, questioning not only what we see but how we interpret it.
We're also holding an exhibition opening evening - register your place.
What's In Focus
Saturday 17 November 2018 to Sunday 10 February 2019
A celebration of photography student work from the Pendleton Centre of Salford City College. This exhibition presents the very best film based, digital and instant photography.
Acquired: a century of collecting
Saturday 3 November 2018 to Sunday 9 June 2019
Charting a 100-year history of collecting this exhibition explores artworks from Salford Museum & Art Gallery and the University of Salford collections.
Painting, ceramics, sculpture, print and digital works are brought together as the exhibition considers how collections were and are supported, and in turn questions how public collections can support artists.
Royal Academy Takeover
Saturday 30 June 2018 to Sunday 24 February 2019
Museums and galleries across the UK will take part in a nationwide programme of talks, events and exhibitions entitled RA250.
Lark Hill Place
For one year only, as part of the programme of World War One commemorations, the museum has changed the street's theme setting from 1897 to 1918 to illustrate how World War One changed life in Salford. Visitors can explore the street and dress up in traditional costume to really get in the spirit of things!
Relax amidst the splendour of our Victorian Gallery and admire the paintings, decorative art and fine art.
From the re-decoration and re-hanging of Victorian artworks, the gallery now includes all the old favourites previously on display, as well as works from our stores.
Salford Museum's Pilkington collection is the largest in the UK. In the early 20th century, a local firm, Pilkington's, based at Clifton Junction near Swinton, Salford was one of the most important international suppliers of high quality decorative tiles and art pottery.
It contains examples of almost every artist and most types of ware produced by the factory between 1900-1958 and the 1970s.
By Hand Gallery
This permanant gallery space showcases handmade work by independent artists and craftspeople.
This is an opportunity to buy that special gift, or to treat yourself!