We look forward to seeing you this Sunday for the much awaited – due to two postponements – Pen Fight & Still Ill OK mash up Zine Club, run by Nice Time! We will be at Manchester Art Gallery (yes, the really big, beautiful old fancy schmancy one in the town centre) this Sunday 2.30-4.30pm. We look forward to seeing you there!
Still ill, ok?
Shameless self-promotion of my shop, which – believe it or not – I have been working on very hard amongst Nice Time and my MSc. The market is always a LUSH afternoon, and HEAD Bar is super wheelchair accessible, cool, with great music and 70s decor. Come along! I’ll be at HEAD on Saturday this […]
The wonderful Vicky has moved into our studio and has made it very beautiful and organised indeed! We’re both really enjoying Nice Time Arts at the moment, so please head over to the site and sign up to our mailing list to stay up to date. Our crowdfunder for the printing material is going well […]
As part of the new venture I’ve been going on about – Nice Time Arts, in case you haven’t heard – I have written an 8 week ‘Journalling for Journalling’s Sake’ or ‘F-ART’ course (Fun-ART) for adults with long term health conditions and/or disabilities. Dates and times for the first cohort have not been confirmed, […]
EEP! So excited about our new accessible arts practice!
There were a few articles just before the gig as well as just after about the mostly appalling access situation at Manchester Castlefield Bowl. The day before the gig, I was reading the BBC article and also having the most absurd series of conversations with Manchester International Festival’s ‘Access Team’ on the phone. Despite my […]
This week, there will be two events in order to celebrate the newly launched Partisan Access Fund! Partisan Collective is closer now than ever to their goal of becoming a more accessible building and therefore provide a more accessible service. The first event is on Thursday 20th June in the basement at Partisan Collective; you […]
Hi! I’m Krystle and I have longstanding mental health concerns. Most people have no idea, and I am great at wearing a mask. When I was first diagnosed, I had very little insight and no self-managed coping mechanisms. As I have got older, my insight has developed, as have my efforts to cope. I am […]