Thursday 28 June

6pm – 8pm

Tickets £4, include a glass of wine or tea on arrival

This Thursday Late event has been curated by award-winning artist Shen Xin, to coincide with her current exhibition 'Sliced Units' at CFCCA.

The three films by Shen Xin featured in 'Sliced Units' use fictions to create new spaces for exploring emotive political issues. This event continues this theme with two films selected by Shen that use mythical narratives to address complex politics.
The films being screened are:
'Nightfall' by Anocha Suwichakornpong and Tulapop Saenjaroen
'And you will eat and be sated' by Sarai Kirchner
The screening will be followed by a Q and A with Shen Xin and Sarai Kirchner who will be discussing their practice in more detail.
There will also be the chance to see the open studio of our current artist in residence Keke Zhu.
Tickets are available on Eventbrite here
Or you can purchase your ticket at our shop.



Jeffrey Cheung Project

The Jeffrey Cheung Project

Jeffrey Cheung is an American based artist, illustrator and LGBT+ activist who set up Unity – an umbrella term for a multi-disciplinary collective involving skateboarding, publishing and workshops.

In the run up to Manchester Pride in August CFCCA with the Proud Trust are hosting a series of 3 free workshops inspired by his work. These workshops are aimed at 16 - 25 year olds, and will be run on a drop in basis.

The three workshops are:

Sunday 20 May, 1-3pm - Zine Making at the Proud Trust, Sidney Street ***THIS EVENT IS NOW PAST***

Sunday 15 July, 1-3pm - Skateboard Design at the Proud Trust, Sidney Street, followed by a skateboarding session* (*weather permitting!)

To find out more about Jeffrey Cheung and his work please see his website:

A selection of the work created in these workshops will be exhibited alongside documents and prints from Jeffrey Cheung at CFCCA to coincide with Manchester Pride in August. More details to follow!

This project is supported by a grant from Superbia. Superbia Grants provide financial support for LGBT+ events as part of Manchester Pride’s commitment to the quality and diversity of cultural events taking place throughout the year in Greater Manchester.