This is everything that’s still fresh from our Newsletter of 7 March 2019. If you’d like to receive a weekly round-up into your inbox, just sign up here

It’s that time of year when projects are up and running and work is spilling out all over the shop. Here’s our pick for the next few weeks…

// Guernica RemakingsUntil 20 March at the Working Class Movement Library, Salford. Exhibition exploring the ongoing power of Picasso’s 1937 painting Guernica through a display of 21st century international re-workings. Includes work and a talk from Mill artist Claire Hignett.

// Mill sound artist/GNOD member AHRKH present two live sound yoga events. Drone Yoga with gong bath at Partisan Collective (19.3) and Full Moon Zonal Sound Yoga at Niamos (21.3). Using yoga, meditation and sound therapy for restorative and rhythmic experiences. Check links for booking.

// 20 MarchActivism on Paper: Mill artist/writer Greg Thorpe hosts a reading group based on his article for The Fourdrinier exploring tangents between art/activism/paper.

// 27 March: Launch of new exhibition at Caustic CoastalAfterlifes by Hannah Farrell occupies all spaces in Caustic. Previews from 6pm on 27 March, show runs until 27 April.

// 27 March: The second Social Art Network event takes place at Unit 4 on our neighbouring Regent Estate. Anyone interested in social art is very welcome to come along to meet their peers and network towards a Social Art Biennale for 2020.

// 29 March: An Introduction to Risograph Printing with MARC the Printers. Join the experts to learn the ins-and-outs of successful RISO printing, create a collage and print 2-colour RISO artwork as an edition of 30. Art materials provided.

// NOW BOOKING! 5 May: A very special Sounds From The Other City for their Quindecennial (that’s 15th Birthday to you).15 promoters celebrate 15 years of fun in an awesome warehouse venue.