Here’s our Newsletter from 4 October 2018. If you’d like to receive our weekly Newsletter into your inbox, just sign up here

// Artists of Colour: Sharing #1 is an event / initiative created by Mill artist Bethany Hermitt to centre artists of colour in Greater Manchester. Over 4 days there will be a film screening, sharing session, dinner, a group gallery outing and a showcase of work in our Gallery. To read more, get involved and show your art, check out the event page here.

// We usually like to sign off the newsletter with video magic from impaTV but this week it’s too exciting to let you scroll all the way to the end so we are telling you right now that you ought to check out a beautiful new trilogy of work from the Mill’s roving TV artists who recorded brilliant cellist Emily Williams performing inside Great Masson Cavern, Derbyshire. Full set of films here

// Last week we introduced the Salford Makers and now it’s time to start booking those workshops, including smock dress makingbeginner’s sewingrust dyeing, and many more. Full workshop itinerary is here. These make great gifts for nearest and dearest.

Dates for your diary…

// 11 Oct: Ride Your Own Pony began life in 2017 at the Mill and is spreading its wings, or hooves maybe, to Liverpool for a second touring show. Brainchild of Marie Jones aka KOCHI KOCHI, the show will form part of this year’s Independents Biennial.

// 13 Oct: Fat Out and How to Kill Your Promotion have buddied up for an all-dayer at Partisan with back to back live music from brunch till dusk. Check the full crazy line-up and get tickets here.

// 31 Oct: The Halloween votes are in and it seems like you people just don’t wanna sleep… As voted for by you, the Islington Mill Pot Luck Film Night will be screening all FIVE of the Elm Street Nightmares back to back o All Hallows Eve. Welcome to FREDDYFEST

// Until 4 Nov: John Powell-Jones of Islington Mill exhibits work at Castlefield Gallery as part of SUBI, a collaboration between UK and Korean artists looking at ceramics and the materiality of clay.

// Now back to those caves…