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Find out what's been happening in the School of Arts, Languages and Cultures.

'Creative Campus' showcased at Manchester International Festival 2017
14 July 2017
The University is a proud Silver Supporter of the biennial Manchester International Festival, the world’s first festival of original, new work and special events. This year’s festival ran from 29 June to 16 July 2017 at venues all over the city.

Stephen Milner appointed new Director of the British School at Rome
13 July 2017
The role is a five-year secondment from his role as Serena Professor of Italian, which he has held since 2006.

Queues, Clogs and Redemption
Salford Museum and Art Gallery from 10 June to 5 November 2017

29 June 2017
This exhibition looks at the work of Wood Street Mission from Victorian times to the modern era.

Art, Digital Culture and Pokémon
19 June 2017
‘Making Monsters’ is temporary display in The Study of the Manchester Museum, due to open on Monday, 19 June 2017.

Manchester announces bid for UNESCO City of Literature status
15 June 2017
The City of Manchester has announced its bid to join the UNESCO Creative Cities network as a City of Literature – a prestigious designation that would celebrate the city's unique literary culture.

Vona Groarke Wins The Pigott Poetry Prize
7 June 2017
Senior Lecturer Vona Groarke has been awarded the Pigott Poetry Prize 2017 with her collection entitled Selected Poems.

Our City, Our Home
5 June 2017
What does Home mean to you? Refugee week series of events. 19-23 June 2017

Manchester Literature Festival announces The University of Manchester as its official Higher Education Partner.
31 May 2017
Manchester Literature Festival is delighted to announce that its already strong relationship with The University of Manchester’s Centre for New Writing has been recognised by a new sponsorship partnership.

SALC MA student awarded second prize in Venture Further business competition
16 May 2017
Kath Pierce received the prestigious award in recognition of her start-up company, Somewhere MCR.

Two Manchester composers chosen for Next Wave 2 higher education programme
27 April 2017
We are thrilled to see two talented composers from The University of Manchester’s Music Department selected to take part in the Next Wave 2 programme.

Tom Coult’s new work set to open BBC Proms 2017
25 April 2017
University of Manchester alumnus Tom Coult’s new work set to open BBC Proms 2017

'Toils of Labour' and the Museum of Medicine and Health
25 April 2017
Celebrating International Women's Day - 8 March 2017

Manchester postgraduate student selected for Panufnik Composers Scheme
25 April 2017
We are delighted to announce that Music PhD student Emma Wilde has been selected to take part in the highly prestigious London Symphony Orchestra's Panufnik Composers Scheme.