What is it? Partisan Tool Library is about bringing members together to share knowledge, learn new skills and foster a DIY attitude. We aim to open later this year with a catalogue of donated and repurposed tools that provide accessible access to everyone. Our space will be a welcoming environment where people can learn to…Read More Partisan Tool Library
We are happy to announce Partisan Collective’s move to Salford – we are becoming part of the amazing Islington Mill community. We are really excited about the opportunity to grow as an organisation alongside Islington Mill and look forward to working with them to bring some fantastic events and projects to our members and to…Read More Partisan has moved to Salford
Partisan receives lifeline grant from Government’s £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund Partisan has been awarded £53,594 as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) to help face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and to ensure they have a sustainable future, the Culture Secretary has announced today. Partisan is one of 1,385 cultural and creative organisations…Read More Partisan Receives £53,594 from the Culture Recovery Fund
Partisan Collective has recently gone through a series of open meetings with our members to decide on leaving or staying in our current space. We want to thank everyone who either attended or fed into these meetings, your participation was crucial in informing our decision. Following this consultative process, the Partisan co-op has decided unanimously…Read More Partisan is Leaving Our Space in Cheetham Hill
Finally! We are over the moon to announce that Partisan received £25,000 of Arts Council England COVID-19 Emergency Funding! In the past months (and the ones ahead of us) the grant has been essential to Partisan in order to keep us ticking over until we can re-open our space. This has been our biggest funding bid…Read More Partisan receives Arts Council England Funding
Hello and Happy New Year from all of us at Partisan Collective! We just wanted to post a (very belated – sincere apologies) piece to say another HUGE thank you to all who donated to our crowdfunder and to say that we’re super chuffed we hit our target. Donations have still been coming in and…Read More New Year, New Horizons
If you couldn’t make it on the day, you can now watch the amazing panel discussion which took place during our Cities of Hope launch event in May. Queer(ing) politics: what role for art and culture? was a panel discussion between Ray Filar, Marilyn Misandry and Jess Bradley, led by Greg Thorpe, speaking about the…Read More Queer(ing) politics: what role for art and culture?