Here you’ll find a list of digital works and materials that you can explore and take part in from home.


Semay Wu, Sounds Like Scran logo (2021)

Semay Wu, Sounds Like Scran logo (2021)

Semay Wu – Sounds Like Scran

  • Access via the link above
  • FREE

CFCCA have launched a new commission with artist Semay Wu, developed as part of International Mother Language Day. We invited Greater Manchester residents to share their food stories and memories with us in the form of audio postcards.

 


YouthLab Green Shoots logo

YouthLab: Green Shoots logo (2021)

YouthLab: Green Shoots

  • Access via the link above
  • FREE

YouthLab: Green Shoots is a collaborative and experimental project developed as part of CFCCA’s programme for young creatives. Check out a digital publication that was made by participants and launched in April 2021, exploring the question: ‘What next for our city?’

 


Liu Chuang, Special Economic Zone, 2018. Image Courtesy of the Artist

Liu Chuang, Special Economic Zone, 2018. Image Courtesy of the Artist

CFCCA Film Club

  • In March, July, September 2021
  • FREE

CFCCA’s Film Club invites you to connect and consider key issues of our present moment, through specially selected works and weekly online screenings, with a new film presented each Thursday during March, July and September 2021. Each work will be available to view for one week only.

 


Stephanie Jong, Lantern Making Workshop. Image Courtesy of CFCCA.

Stephanie Jong, Lantern Making Workshop. Image Courtesy of CFCCA.

Lantern Making: An Online Workshop

  • Access via the link above
  • FREE

To celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Ox, we have worked with artist Stephanie Jong to create a lantern making workshop that you can take part in from home, using simple, readily available materials and techniques.

 


Jasmin Kent Rodgman, nineteen ways of looking (2020). Image courtesy of the artist.

Jasmin Kent Rodgman, nineteen ways of looking (2020). Image courtesy of the artist.

Jasmin Kent Rodgman – nineteen ways of looking

An Instagram Opera led by composer Jasmin Kent Rodgman, responding to the prejudice towards Chinese and East Asian heritage people during the pandemic.

 


Photo of Frances Yeung

Frances Yeung, image courtesy of the artist.

Frances Yeung – Finding Femininity in the Archive

  • Access via the link above
  • FREE

Check out two new video works by artist Frances Yeung that explore aspects of womanhood and femininity, and were produced during her digital Archive & Library residency at CFCCA (Sep-Dec 2020).

 


Image of Hayley Suviste.

Image of Hayley Suviste.

Hayley Suviste – A Meeting Place | 会议地点 (2020)

  • Access via the link above
  • FREE

Using archival recordings and images, Hayley Suviste brings to life the local histories and lived experiences within CFCCA’s archive in a new digital work. Embark on a virtual soundwalk around Manchester’s Chinatown to uncover these stories, or explore them through the website.