The Lowry Open Day 2021 in the Galleries

About Get Creative - the programme

As the most visited Cultural venue in the North West, The Lowry aims to be a place where everyone, regardless of age or experience can get creative.

Taking inspiration from the artistic work on our stages and in our galleries, all year round there is something creative for you to do.

If you have any questions about taking part or if you need any support to access our programmes please email

The Lowry is a registered charity (No: 1053962).

A picture of a young dancer lunging
Picture of a rainbow

Creativity for Wellbeing

The Lowry’s Creativity for Wellbeing programme. A mix of free online sessions via Facebook and Zoom to support you getting creative at home.

The Lowry’s Learning & Engagement programme with young people is supported by

Funders: Arts Council England, Salford City Council, National Lottery Community Fund.

COVID-19 Emergency Funders: The Government’s Culture Recovery Fund, ACE Emergency Fund, Esmée Fairbairn Emergency Grant, Noel & Alison Copley, Oglesby Charitable Trust Covid Response Fund, Swire Charitable Trust, Weston Cultural Fund, Every individual Futures Fund & Emergency Fund donor.

Learning & Engagement Supporters: Aldridge Foundation, Beryl and Trevor Jones, Booth Charities, Cargill Plc, Carole Nash, Christina Smith Foundation, Ernst & Young, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation,Garfield Weston Foundation Ged Mason and Morson Group, John Thaw Foundation, National Lottery Community Fund, Noel Coward Foundation, Oglesby Charitable Trust, St. James’s Place, Zochonis Charitable Trust.

And to our Patrons and Quay Club Members, whose membership supports our charitable work.