Learning and inspiration
Let us help you keep your mind busy and the family entertained.
In a series of flash lectures, experts from Manchester address the big questions the world must answer in building back from the pandemic.
An exhibition has launched at Manchester Art Gallery exploring the futures of women in work in Greater Manchester post-pandemic.
Manchester Museum has been awarded a Capital Kickstart grant to push forward with its hello future capital project.
Based on a tree that students can ‘grow’ on a felt workspace, the tool helps to improve concentration through active physical engagement.
Hear from some of our amazing researchers as they go online to tell you their story.
This seminar (part of the Doing things differently series) explores the importance of arts, culture and creativity during a crisis.
The Martin Harris Centre, in partnership with the Music Department, welcomes audiences to its Virtual Concert Series.
Tune in to our weekly podcast celebrating 50 years of poetry publisher Carcanet Press.
Enjoy a series of online book talks from our publisher.
Free online content for children to learn about how food contributes to climate change.
Use our teacher and advisor resources to help with your home-schooling.
‘Manchester Museum in Quarantine’ is a new online platform that has been launched to spark wonder until the cultural attraction can reopen.
Explore the online learning resources from Jodrell Bank.
Dig deeper with our art gallery's podcasts and blogs.
View collections from our library and cultural institutions online.
The Keeping Well at Home booklet has been designed for those who are currently unable to go outside, or have limited access to online resources.