We are hiring!
We are recruiting an experienced Gallery Registrar. Work closely with a team of Curators, Conservators & Technicians on our internationally significant collections, helping to deliver an ambitious exhibition programme. Apply by 13 December.
A programme of outdoor activities promoting physical and mental wellbeing. From Meditating in Nature and Pilates – to free outdoor family events. There's something for everyone, every week.
Open House EVENTS
The Open House project links life lived in front of the wallpaper with the Whitworth’s collection. From April 2022 to February 2023, we are holding a series of FREE events to help launch this project, hear your stories, gather photographs, and make connections.
Dürer in Manchester
Online event, via Zoom
Imogen Holmes-Roe, curator and co-curator of Albrecht Dürer’s Material World Exhibition, 2023, discusses collecting Durer’s art in the Northwest. Wednesday 7 December, 5pm, tickets £12, Students free with ID.
Book Launch – Gee Vaucher: Beyond Punk, Feminism and the Avant-Garde
Join us for a free talk and Q&A with artist Gee Vaucher and author Rebecca Binns. Thursday 8 December 6-8pm, please book your FREE ticket via Eventbrite.
Marsh Volunteer Awards
We are thrilled that our GROW volunteers were named as regional winners at the 2021-22 Volunteer Marsh Awards, held at the British Museum in London, this week."These awards recognise the commitment and enthusiasm of volunteers in museums"
Fantastic Families Awards
We are delighted that our Whitworth original, Still Parents: Life after Baby Loss exhibition has won the Audience Impact and Innovation Award at this year’s Fantastic Families Awards ceremony.
and opening times
Welcome – our exhibitions, galleries, and shop are open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am-5pm and until 9pm on Thursdays, our cafe is open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am-5pm, and 8pm on Thursdays.