We’ve teamed up with mental health charity 42nd Street to host their biggest ever drop-in art session at the Arndale.
On Friday 28th and Saturday 29th July, we’re teaming up with 42nd Street to host a two-day event in Exchange Court where you can enjoy creative art sessions and take part in an array of art projects.
Across the two days, we have a back-to-back schedule where you can take part in a variety of workshops. Craft fake food using clay, make fun sculptures using cardboard or create your own collages using cut ups of magazines. Whatever you fancy, there’s something for all ages to enjoy. Check out the full timetable below!
Alongside the workshops, other activities are also running throughout the day including a doodling station, an area to create weird and wonderful creatures, and a quieter space to sit, reflect and chat to the 42nd Street team about the work they do and how they work alongside young people.
- Friday 28th & Saturday 29th July
- 12pm – 5pm
- Exchange Court (outside Next)
42nd Street is an innovative young people’s mental health charity in Greater Manchester, with 40 years’ experience in providing free and confidential services to young people who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Connected to The Horsfall Gallery in Ancoats, 42nd street offers various supportive one-to-one and group sessions to young people. The Horsfall Gallery and Creative space is a space which allows young people with whatever experience and confidence to explore creativity in any way they feel whether that be for space, mind, reflection or fun.