PEOPLE’S HISTORY MUSEUM & VENTURE ARTS: Until It Looks Like This

PEOPLE’S HISTORY MUSEUM & VENTURE ARTS: Until It Looks Like This

July 16 – September 11, 2022

View at: phm.org.uk and venturearts.org

This summer, People’s History Museum in Manchester, UK, launches a new art exhibition, Until It Looks Like This, showcasing the work of twelve artists from Venture Arts, a charity that supports learning disabled and neuro-divergent artists to produce and showcase exciting new contemporary art.

 

 
Self Portrait with Sunflowers, Michael Nash, 2021. Courtesy of the artist

 

Until it Looks Like This is a multimedia experience featuring ceramics, illustration, print, photography, digital art, textiles and more. The artists’ work explores a variety of themes including history, nature, climate change and food.

 
Sensory Quilt, Sally Hirst, 2022. Hand and machine embroidery

 

Willy Wonka cake, Louise Hewitt, 2019. Ceramic
 

The exhibition marks the start of People’s History Museum’s new programme, Nothing About Us Without Us, exploring the history of disabled people’s rights and activism.

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