What are you doing in there? | PS Mirabel


12 January – February 2019
PV  11 January 6 pm - 9 pm

Opening times:
Saturdays 11 am - 5 pm
or by appointment


'Entity' set in Mirabel artists’ group show
‘What are you doing in there?’

Our first exhibition of 2019 is a group show of Mirabel artists. If you've ever wondered what these artists are up to - now's your chance to find out!

Paul Cordwell | Vanessa Donnelly | Jack Doyle | Oliver East | Geoff Hadfield
Ovie Ist Kings Iruru | Erin Sevink-Johnson | James Ventre | Richard Ward
Olga Woszczyna

PS Mirabel
Mirabel Studios
14/20 Mirabel Street
Manchester M3 1PJ


neo:Proof Print Exhibition/Exchange | Neo:Gallery23, Bolton


26th May - 8th July 2018
Preview: Saturday 2-4pm, 26th May
Thur to Sun 11am - 5pm
Free Admission
Fully accessible

'Fold' in neo:Proof Print Exhibition/Exchange


The exhibition intends to raise awareness of new trends and directions in contemporary printmaking, from the traditional to the digital, by showcasing excellence and innovation. Up to 100 contemporary visual artists have been selected to take part in the exhibition each working on 30 x 30cm paper. 
neo:Proof Print Exhibition/Exchange is the first of a continuing annual project, building on its reputation the same way as the neo:artprize, neo:printprize and neo:residency programmes. We have had an excellent submission from the UK,
Italy, India, Iran, Russia, USA, Argentina, Poland, Ukraine, New Zealand, France, Germany, Canada, Mongolia, Holland, Slovenia, Bulgaria and Denmark.

The Market Place
Bolton, UK


Camera Optional | PS Mirabel


7 April – 13 May 2018
PV  5 April 6 pm - 9 pm

Opening times:
Saturdays 11 am - 5 pm
or by appointment


'Swiss Concrete & Nougat' set in Camera Optional

The exhibition will showcase new and recent work by emerging and established artists who use photography and digital images in their practice.

Chloe Ashley | Hannah Farrell | Pat Flynn
Steve Hunt Steph Shipley | Olga Woszczyna

PS Mirabel
Mirabel Studios
14/20 Mirabel Street
Manchester M3 1PJ


Anniversary | Saul Hay Gallery


30 Sept  – 12 Nov 2017
PV 29 Sept 6 pm - 9 pm

Opening times:
Wed - Sat 10:30 am - 6 pm
Sunday 10:30 am - 5 pm


'SoundProof' in 'Anniversary' Exhibition

October 2017 marks the first anniversary of the opening of Saul Hay Gallery. 
To celebrate we have invited all of the artists who have exhibited with us over the past year to showcase work of their choice in our special Anniversary Exhibition. This is a unique opportunity to see work by no less than 34 of the very best artists working today and to review the gallery incredibly exciting first year.

Omid Asadi | Alyson Barton | Julian Bovis | Paul Brotherton | Margaret Cahill | Mike Chavez-Dawson | Lisa Denyer | Tracey Eastham | Jane Fairhurst | Rachel Grimshaw | Gareth Griffiths | Susan Gunn | Catherine Harrison | Steven Heaton | Pete Hoida Karol Kochanowski | Josie Jenkins | Emma Lloyd | Enzo Marra | Melinda Matyas Andrew McIntosh | James Moss | Stephen Snoddy | Martin Nash | David Stanley Georgia Noble | Jo Taylor | Jen Orpin | Jason Thompson | Mandy Payne | Diana Terry James Roper | Patricia Volk | Sabrina Schmid | Olga Woszczyna


Saul Hay Gallery
Railway Cottage, 33a Collier St
Castlefield, Manchester, M3 4LZ


GM Arts Prize Summer Exhibition 2017


10 May – 2 June 2017
PV 10 May

Register your attendance:
19 May, 24 May, 26 May, 2 June
12 pm - 2 pm


'Factory 1933. 1' shortlisted for GM Arts Prize

The Greater Manchester Arts Prize

The prize originated as a concept by Chamber staff who have academic and practical experience within the arts sector. In providing this prize, we hope to help support and retain artists within Greater Manchester. As the UK’s largest Chamber of Commerce, the prize will connect artists with businesses, encouraging creative partnerships. 

Judging Panel:  Helen Wewiora, Director of Castlefield Gallery | Paulette Terry Brien, Co-director of The International 3, and Co-curatorial co-ordinator of The Manchester Contemporary | Rachel Goodyear, Artist, represented by Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London | Andrew Brooks, Photographer, digital artist and filmmaker | Louise Durose,  General & Legal Counsel at MAN Diesel & Turbo UK Ltd, Collector of Northern Art

Helen Davies | Susan Gunn | Mark Adams | Iain Andrews | Jaime Enrique Rubio Huerta | Elizabeth Kwant | Rebecca Wild | Alexandra Francis | Nicola Smith | Hannah Farrell | Matthew Denniss | Alan Ward | David Lunt | Elle Brotherhood | Jo Clements | Tom Musgrove | Steph Shipley | Aaron Rawcliffe | Louise Giovanelli | Helen McGhie | Pat Flynn | George Hale | Helen Marie | Olga Woszczyna | Wes Foster | Ruby Tingle


Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce
Elliot House, 151 Deansgate
Manchester, M3 3WD


New Topographies | Saul Hay Gallery


17 Mar – 13 May 2017
PV 16 March 6 pm - 9 pm

Opening times:
Wed - Sat 11 am - 5:30 pm
Sunday 11 am - 5 pm

'Factory 1933' series in 'New Topographies' 

In ‘New Topographies’ artists explore how we connect emotionally with landscape asking us to question the very nature of beauty and to review our environment with a fresh perspective. The exhibition contrasts the temporality of urban landscape with the ageless grandeur of mountains and wilderness.

Julian Bovis | Mandy Payne | Olga Woszczyna
Andrew MacIntosh | Jen Orpin | Josie Jenkins

We are excited to announce that this exhibition will include a bespoke site specific piece created by Julian Bovis. Concentrating on the themes of history and regeneration, Julian’s panorama of Castlefield Basin captures the changing mood of the area as the city centre high rise towers slowly denvelop their surroundings.

Saul Hay Gallery
Railway Cottage, 33a Collier St
Castlefield, Manchester, M3 4LZ