We are hiring!
Visitor Team Assistant
(three posts available)
Play a vital role at the gallery as part of the friendly Visitor Team, making connections between our visitors, collections, building, and surrounding parks and gardens. Apply by 5 April.
Afrocats x Wild Whitworth
Join us this Easter holidays as Afrocats and the Whitworth go wild! Sessions are FREE and drop-in, no need to book. Dates: Tuesday 4, Wednesday 5, and Thursday 6 April, 12-3pm.
Place Emerges at Meeting Points | Wednesday 19 April, 6pm FREE, no need to book. Ingrid Pollard MBE is a British photographer, media artist and researcher. She is the 2022-2023 Pilkington Visiting Professor in Art History at The University of Manchester.
Come and discover, create and learn together at the Whitworth. All our family activities are FREE and are designed to enable you to enjoy a fun visit – check the list below to find out what’s on offer.
Natural Cultural Health Service
The Natural and Cultural Health Service (NCHS) is a programme of outdoor activities that promote good physical and mental wellbeing. Discover what's on offer this month.
by Dave Haslam
Thursday 27 April. Tickets £7, book in advance. Discover the culture, music and art that inspired Pablo Picasso at this special event with Dave Haslam in conversation with Jeremy Deller.
Manchester Sacred Harp
Sunday 16 April, FREE drop-in. Join Manchester Sacred Harp for an afternoon of uplifting social singing. Our door is open – sit and sing with us if you want to give it a try – or pop in to listen. Click the link to find out more.
Queer Theory Reading Group
Thursday 30 March – What is Queer? This reading group is open to all who have an interest in exploring, discussing, digesting, and critiquing queer theory. Book your FREE place on Eventbrite, click the link for full details.
Monica Pearl's Queer Salon
From April to December: Monthly discussions are held at the gallery, around particular questions in queer culture. Please book your FREE place on Eventbrite, click this link for full details. Part of the (Un)Defining Queer events programme.
Food & Drink at the Whitworth
Where the food and drink are lovingly made by our in-house café, showcasing the best of local and seasonal produce, as well as some tempting treats for you to enjoy during a visit to the gallery.