‘Everything I Know, I Felt’ is an experiential exhibition exploring the diverse emotional experiences of womxn. Celebrating big feelings in all their messy, multifaceted glory, the work embraces emotional intelligence and questions the societal value of vulnerability.
The exhibition provides a visually stimulating, tactile and empowering space for response, reflection and connection, including interactive installations, community projects, film, photography, performance, painting and poetry.
Comprised of new commissions and collaborations, the curation echoes the collective’s ethos to platform local talent, showcasing work from Manchester’s creative community, exhibiting at The Lowry for the first time.
Alongside the exhibition is a programme of events from parties, panels and performances to drink and draws, destruction, debates and a teen takeover. Details of events below.
Who are Girl Gang Manchester
Girl Gang Manchester is a collective of artists, activists, academics and party instigators. They produce accessible, fun and meaningful projects that bring people together to connect over debates, discussions and dance floors, celebrating creativity as a powerful tool to reflect and recharge.
Girl Gang believe in celebrating your passions and voicing your opinions, that everyone is an artist, popular culture can be profound and politics and feminism are for everybody.
Megan Marie Griffith: Curator/Producer/Artist
Jeni Holt-Wright: Curator/Producer/Artist
Ellie Ragdale: Producer/Outreach/Artist
Kirsty Morrissey: Producer/Artist
Olga Kapachenia: Producer
Lea Heim: Producer
Supported by project funding from Arts Council England.
Seleena Laverne Daye
Alison Erika Forde
Megan Marie Griffith
Jeni Holt Wright
Anna Horton Cremin
Final Night of Exhibition
Interview with the Creatives
Girl Gang Manchester events
A programme of events surrounding Everything I Know, I Felt.
From parties, panels and performances to drink and draws, destruction and a teen takeover!