A celebration of Manchester and the minds that make it.
Join us as we showcase a collection of original print designs that explore and celebrate the significance of Manchester’s minds.
Hand-picked by judges from AnotherStory, Manchester Mind, Clint Boon & Stan Chow, the designs delve into the diverse population that makes Manchester unique.
The exhibition will be displayed in Kosmonaut's basement in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter. The selected works will remain on display until 22nd October, ensuring visibility for World Mental Health Day on 10th October.
This exhibition is brought to you by AnotherStory and proudly forms part of the Design MCR 2015 roster.
A launch event will kickstart the exhibition with short talks given by notable minds of Manchester. The selected prints will be available to purchase at a discounted rate at the event as well as a limited edition postcard set. There will also be a raffle with a very special prize to be won!
Thursday 8th October | 6 - 8pm
One of our city’s most prominent and charming independent graphic designers, Dave is the mind behind Studio DBD and the phenomenal BCN:MCR exhibition.
Passionate about all things creative and a champion of Manchester, Tash works at Hyper Island enabling companies and individuals meet the challenge of tomorrow’s digital technology.
Son of a bass player and a showgirl, Jay has been… a promoter, radio presenter, illustrator, studio producer, journalist, tour manager, guitarist and Mr February in the Beards of Manchester calendar.
Each year, 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem and no-one should have to face this alone or without support.
Manchester Mind provides a portfolio of advice and support services to alleviate the impact of poor mental health on young people, adults and families living in Manchester.
They are dedicated to providing opportunities for anyone experiencing mental health problems to stay well. The charity is always working to improve services, raise awareness and promote better understanding of mental health.
Supporting over 4000 mancunians each year, they are not a local branch of a national charity - as with all local Mind associations across the UK, but an independent charity (1102058) and totally self-financed.
This exhibition was initiated by a team whose lives have been closely touched by the impact of mental health issues. Through it, we aim to raise awareness and help Manchester Mind support more people, continuing to create a positive future for our city.
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Limited edition works selected for the exhibition.
Available for purchase from the shop.