Cheetham Hill Road: A People Panorama’ will showcase the vibrant community which can be found along the most diverse street in Britain, Cheetham Hill Road, via a series of panoramic photographs. These photographs will then be displayed in the museum’s current exhibition space.
We are hoping that everyone involved in the project will not only enjoy the process of having their photograph taken but will also visit the exhibition with friends and family to see themselves on display.
Running alongside the exhibition will be an events programme with the aim of bringing together the diverse communities that make up Cheetham Hill Road to celebrate their differences while reaffirming that we stand together as a unified community.
Cheetham Hill Road: A People Panorama – Participants
Rock Over Climbing, St Chad’s School, Manchester Fort, Victoria Station, Manchester Arena, Manchester Transport Museum, Temple Primary School, Bhatti Fabrics, Community Reach (Healthy Explorers), T J Levy’s, Abraham Moss School, King David High School, Joseph Holt Brewery, St Chad’s Church, Salford Trampoline Club, Rainbow Surprise.
Exhibition dates to be announced soon.
This project is a partnership between Manchester Jewish Museum and A People Panorama, a concept first delivered in 2012 by Dovetail:The Change-Making Agency.