Wigan S.T.E.A.M

What I want more than anything else, Mark Titchner & Networked Narrative, 10th June – 27th August

What I want more than anything else is a public art project by Mark Titchner involving individuals aged 13-25 from across Burnley, Wigan and Hull...

CALLING ALL ARTISTS AND CURATORS! (Now Closed)

We are currently accepting proposals from artists and curators for our 2017/18 gallery programme. Our town centre gallery space (13ft x 13ft) is...

Working With Mark Titchner

A group of young people from STEAM have been working with Mark Titchner as part of the Networked Narrative Project. Bethan aged 17, a student at St...

Outbreak, Helen Birnbaum, 13-27 May 2017

Outbreak features a stunning collection of ceramic sculptures by local artist Helen Birnbaum. Based upon viral forms as seen under a microscope, the...

Getting techy in the library!

Q. What do you get when you put 20 librarians in a room with miles of conductive thread, a heap of felt and a box of LEDS? A. An entire forest of...

Ghostly Sounds and Raspberry Pis

We’ve had a fantastic 8 months working with Year 4’s, 5’s and 6’s at The Keys Federation. We’ve worked with over 250...

Wigan goes Manga!

Manga might not be the first thing you think of when you think of Wigan, but for the past two days Wigan S.T.E.A.M has brought the feel of Japan to...

A Review of… S.T.E.A.M Anime Film Festival 2016

I have really enjoyed this festival. There has been so many things to do and discover. It has really made me enjoy manga and anime more than I did...

Category - Arts

Wigan goes Manga!

Manga might not be the first thing you think of when you think of Wigan, but for the past two days Wigan S.T.E.A.M has brought the feel of Japan to Wigan with a 2-Day Anime/Japan inspired Film Festival. “Totoro” and “Spirited Away” were the anime...

Checking out Manga Art

The S.T.E.A.M team when to The Atkinson in Southport ahead of their Japanese Film Fest to find out a bit more about manga art… one of the additional activities happening at the Film Fest! Here’s a little overview of the visit…