EXHIBITION LAUNCH AND INVITATION:

Our exhibition opened on Monday, 12th November, 2018 at Manchester Piccadilly Train Station on the main concourse, just by the main message boards and ran until the 18th November. Over the six days some 720,000 people passed through the station! The show coincided with the high profile With1Voice International Arts and Homelessness summit/festival in the city.  Following Piccadilly the show moved to Media City where it ran for 5 days in The Open Centre. 2019 will bring other venues which we look forward to. Full details will be posted here once dates are confirmed.

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12th-18th November 2018

Manchester Piccadilly Train Station

Thank you to our Sponsors

IN-KIND SUPPORT

Matt Priestley is not charging for his photography-www.manchesterprpictures.com

Matt Priestley is not
charging for his photography-www.manchesterprpictures.com

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Eric Tilley, of Tilley and Associates,
is providing free graphic design-www.tilleyandassociates.co.uk

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AsOne, Business Digital Development are providing a free website and hosting-www.asone.co.uk

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Network Rail are providing the exhibition space for free-www.networkrail.co.uk

 

THE BOOTH CENTRE

The Booth Centre has been assisting those affected by homelessness in Manchester for over twenty years.
Its mission – to bring about positive change in the lives of people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, helping them plan for, and, realise a better future. As part of this mission the Centre runs an innovative Arts Programme which enables the artists to express their talents and develop artistically.

 

MATT PRIESTLEY

A free-lance photographer for the last twenty years. Prior to that, he worked for ten years in statutory social work in Greater Manchester. He has run photography projects with a variety of public and charitable organizations over the years who support and advocate for vulnerable groups. The projects have encouraged participants to document and reflect on their lives, learn key aspects of the photographic process, and stage exhibitions of their work in public spaces and prestigious art venues.