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Venessa Scott: Solo Exhibition

Venessa Scott will present a brand new solo exhibition as part of the Black History Month programme exploring impact and legacy through a collection of bold paintings and vivid colour moments inspired by people and nature.

Venessa Scott is a prolific public artist and specialist in Creative Education. Recognised widely for her contribution to the arts and cultural sector in the North. She delivers creative projects, workshops, and interventions to a range of audiences and has been commissioned by leading cultural, corporate and community organisations across the North West and Yorkshire.

Venessa also designed and painted one of the UK’s tallest murals in Gorse Hill, Greater Manchester. In 2019 Venessa was appointed as an official ambassador for The Pankhurst Centre and has since been nominated and recognised as a ‘Great Mancunian; A person who has had a significant cultural and creative impact on the City of Manchester and its surrounding areas’.

During our Black History Month 2021 programme, Venessa created Mancara Jack, a mural artwork which was displayed on our ground-floor window.

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