A New Look!

If you're a regular visitor to our website, you can see we have made a few changes. Please bare with us while we continue to populate the site with exciting articles, events and news.

Truth Of Transience

Full Circle Arts is pleased to present a season of original artwork and writing for Digi Commissions that explores ideas around metamorphosis. Metamorphosis can be a sudden change or gradual process happening on a timescale much longer than our own short lifespan. It involves transformation of form or nature, happening on scales from the minute […]

Digi Commissions Community Engagement Workshops

Digi Commissions Community Engagement at Bolton Lads and Girls Club

Disability arts and the digital inclusion agenda

The basic premise of the UK's 'digital inclusion agenda' is “we're all better off when everyone's online”, which is the tagline of the government-approved Race Online 2012 campaign.

Digital Access to Culture

Today, internet technologies and digital media are fast changing the face of the world. They strongly impact on the way we interact, exchange information, seek knowledge and engage with culture.

Hello, world! | art and the Cloud

This article was originally published on the Digi Commissions website as part of the Truth of Transience programme. For more original artworks and essays commissioned by Full Circle Arts please visit the Digi Commissions website. The original essay is below.   Hello, world! | art and the Cloud By Kevin Burns It’s really important not […]

Jobs & Opportunities

Arts Administrator, Ludus Dance

We are seeking to recruit someone to fill the position of Arts Administrator within our small Lancaster-based team.

Project Manager, Lets Go Global

We are seeking an established, motivated and creative freelance Project Manager to cover for a 6-month period on our innovative arts engagement project See it! Say it! Do it!

Technical Stage Manager (Secondment Cover), Grand Theatre

Responsible for all technical aspects of shows visiting Blackpool Grand Theatre.

Special Events Coordinator, The Lowry

As Special Events Coordinator you will sell, co-ordinate and assist in the operational delivery of weddings, Christmas party nights and other special events.

Mark Devereux Projects Annual Members Show

Looking at the reflection of reality is Mark Devereux Projects’ second annual associate members exhibition, showcasing the strength and diversity of its membership, currently comprising over 50 artists

DIY Theatre Company Presents: “Following The Thread”

“Following the Thread” is a multi-sensory piece which will be shared at this event as a piece of work in progress

Out Of The Box People’s Exhibition

A showcase for artwork created in response to the heritage collections of Tower Hamlets Local History Library & Archives.

UK Disability History Month (22 Nov-22 Dec): Manchester City Council’s Events Programme

UK Disability History Month was established in 2011 to highlight and celebrate disabled people's history. For the first time, Manchester City Council has created a free programme of public events to mark this important month

Figures: A new project to make visible the human cost of austerity

Roaring Girl Productions and artist-activist Liz Crow are launching a new project. Figures is a mass-sculptural performance that is setting out to make visible the stark human cost of austerity and urge action against it.

SHIFT Festival: 5 & 6 December – Contact, The Future


Sun Xun Exhibition, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art

CFCCA is extremely excited to be presenting a major solo exhibition of Sun Xun following the recent Asia Triennial Manchester 2014 in Gallery 1.

Join FCA at Manchester Central Library

Join Full Circle Arts at Manchester Central Library to celebrate the work we’ve been doing in Manchester this year

Dyslexia Week – Meet Up

On Monday 17th November please come along to the MMU Benzie Building Cafe between 1-3pm

Hankering For Classification Exhibition Preview, TOAST, Castlefield Gallery’s New Art Spaces

Hankering for Classification presents new and existing work by 10 artists from across the UK, who employ methods of classification, archiving and collecting.