The new 50 Windows of Creativity trail weaves a journey that turns the city into a huge open-air gallery
This year, I’ve taken more walks around Manchester than my feet previously believed possible. On canal paths and cobbled streets, I spent much of April and May wandering the city with my trusty travel mug (beverage undisclosed). Yet here I am, trainers back on, peeping inquisitively at the archways and alleyways that I somehow missed the first few hundred times.
The reason? 50 Windows of Creativity, a new self-guided art trail that has effectively transformed Manchester into an open-air gallery. The project features 60 artworks across 50 locations and aims to boost the local creative community, while also raising funds for charity.