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Cephas Williams by Sam Shaw

Cephas Williams photograph by Sam Shaw

Here’s a quick round up of positive news and stories from our friends in the Arts.

During lockdown, the impact of extremely limited access to live events, gallery spaces and performances was felt by many. We know how important the Arts are in supporting wellbeing and positive mental outlooks, so it’s wonderful that, at last, many arts organisations are starting to get back to doing what they do.


Based in Manchester but with an international outlook, SICK! Festival’s ambitious programme deals with the complexities of physical and mental health in many different forms. MINDSCAPES is five brand new artworks, happening in public spaces in Manchester and online, exploring the world around us - our homes, streets and cities - and their impact on our wellbeing. It’s a collaboration between Manchester and Dutch artists and local communities, including migrants living in Moston and Harpurhey.

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As the new joint Artistic Director / CEO of DaDaFest, Nikie Miles-Wildin and Grace Ng have just announced a wonderful new creative bursary, giving four artists the opportunity to develop their artistic practice in a way which nurtures their skills, confidence and drive to make change for disabled people working in the arts.

 Result CIC has a long history of working with DaDaFest and we look forward to seeing where this great organisation is heading under its new leadership, including their Florescence Fellows initiative.

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Manchester International Festival

MIF Festival Square photo by Rob Martin

The last MIF saw a nice connection with DaDaFest in the form of a member of their alumni, Claire Cunningham, who performed in the 2019 Festival. MIF’s commitment to reflecting diverse communities has made for an eclectic programme for 2021, which was announced this week. The line up includes an exhibition by Cephas Williams, Portrait of Black Britain, as well as The Walk, a travelling experience of art and hope in support of refugees which sees a giant puppet of a nine year old migrant girl walking from the Turkish-Syrian border to Manchester.

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