Two New Exhibitions at Manchester Art Gallery
The city centre gallery launches two new exhibitions this week, and they couldn’t be any more different. The first, running through to October is a celebration of 100 years of Vogue, with a wide range of prints from the magazine’s history. Check out our full preview here. The second exhibition, previewed here, features the works of Cameroonian artist Boris Nzebo and can be seen up until mid November.
From Fri 24 Jun, Manchester Art Gallery, Mosley Street, Manchester, M2 3JL. Tel: 0161 235 8888, open daily 10am – 5pm and Thursdays 10am- 9pm,

Warp Festival at The Whitworth
This weekend-long free festival, programmed by 15-25 year olds from across Manchester, takes place this weekend at Whitworth Park. Despite the youthfulness of its curators, this isn’t aimed solely at a young audience. With performances, craft stalls, music and even the opportunity to virtually explore the gallery through the medium of Minecraft, there’s plenty tog et your teeth into whatever your age. There’s also a new outdoor sculpture by Turner prize-winning artist Anya Gallaccio at the centre of all this is, which is worth checking out in itself . Check out our full preview for more information.
Sat 25 Jun – Sun 26 Jun, The Whitworth, Oxford Road, Manchester, M15 6ER. Tel; 0161 275 7450, 12pm – 9pm, 10am – 5pm,

Wanderlust Popup Café at The Wonder Inn
Shudehill space The Wonder Inn plays host to this afternoon of food, drink and music. The Wanderlust Café concept is based off bohemian traveller cafés of the far east and will be offering a range of vegan and ethical snacks. They’ve also arranged a bill of local musicians to perform throughout the afternoon, including: Daisy Brindley, Robbie Cavanagh, Alina Ly and John Dhali.
Sat 25 Jun, The Wonder Inn, 29 Shudehill, Manchester, M4 2AF. 12pm – 5pm,

Louise Giavonelli Preview at International 3 (pictured)
Prima Donna is a new exhibition at Salford gallery International3 that opens its doors next Wednesday, but impatient artheads can get a sneak preview on Saturday evening. Louise Giovanelli is the artist behind it: A portrait painter of a traditional bent, she’s taking inspiration from classical music and how our experience of that music is shaped by suggestions as to the correct way to play it. If you can’t catch it this weekend, the exhibitions runs through until August, so you’ll have plenty of time.
Sat 25 Jun, International 3, 142 Chapel Street, Salford, M3 6AF. Tel: 07981 389591, 6pm – 8pm,

Fri 24 Jun - Sun 26 Jun
Jon Whiteley
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Thu 23 Jun 2016