Visit the Degree Show
The Degree Show celebrates the achievements and talents of final year students at Manchester School of Art.
Open to the Public
Saturday 11 June until Wednesday 22 June
Saturday/Sunday 10am – 4pm
Monday – Friday 10am – 6pm
The Private View will be on Friday 10 June, 5.30pm – 9pmExhibition Map Live Performances
Information for Visitors
The show will take place in the Benzie, Grosvenor, Chatham and SODA Buildings on the Manchester Metropolitan University All Saints Campus.Building locations
Please note that the SODA building containing the Animation, Filmmaking and Photography exhibits will be closed on Monday 13 June for a private event, however the show will be open to the public as normal in all other buildings.
The University does not have any car parking facilities for visitors, but there are public multi-storey car parks located near by and some limited on-street parking. The All Saints Campus is easily accessible by public transport.Travelling to the campus
The University will also be holding an Open Day on Wednesday 22 June, so the campus is expected to be busy on that day. Please register online if you would like to attend the Open Day.University Open Days
We welcome group visits from schools and colleges. Groups of pupils and students visiting the Show remain the responsibility of the teachers whilst in University buildings and must be accompanied by teaching staff at all times. Please contact the Outreach Team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you require further information.
Benzie/Chatham: The main entrance on Boundary Street West to the Benzie building and the Chatham tower is step-free with a powered door available. Lifts are available to all floors.
SODA Building: The new building on Higher Chatham Street is also fully accessible.
Grosvenor Building including Holden Gallery: The opening of the new Grosvenor East building now allows step-free access to the historic Grosvenor West building. If you enter through the portico entrance on Cavendish Street, a lift is available on your right providing access to the ground and first floors of the Grosvenor West building. The sculpture exhibitions in the basement can be accessed without steps through the ginnel entrance on Higher Ormond Street.
Please contact reception or telephone 0161 247 1348 if you require any assistance.
University buildings are not designed to accommodate young children. Children must be closely supervised by responsible adults at all times especially on stairwells. Children and all visitors must stay within exhibition areas.
All exhibits are individually checked and where appropriate a written risk assessment constructed. Where risks are noted the risk assessment will be available with the exhibit.
If visitors hear the fire alarm then they must immediately leave the building by the nearest emergency exit and go to the designated assembly point.
First Aid Points
The University has trained first aiders available on campus. If you need assistance please go to the building reception desk.
Visitors are requested not to bring rucksacks or large bags to the Show, any bags you are carrying may be searched on entry.