Manchester Science Festival events at John Rylands Library, Deansgate
18 Oct 2010
Your chance to design the covers for the Library's event guides
Arctic-ulate presented by The Polar Poets
Sunday 24 October, 2pm-3.30pm
Arctic-ulate is a multi-media show that interweaves poetry, performance, music and images. It explores the science and heritage of the Arctic landscape, from ice-melt and the aurora borealis to indigenous peoples and European explorers. Devised and performed by the Polar Poets, it also highlights the fragility of the Arctic at a time of climate change and increasing industrialisation
Protect and Survive
Wednesday 27 October, 11am-4pm
Would you like to find out how to preserve your memorabilia, family documents and treasured books? Take this opportunity to talk to our Conservation Team about their work, and discuss how to protect your treasures from the ravages of time. Conservation Packs will also be available, containing a range of materials and top-tips to get you started.
Booking is recommended – please contact:
- Customer Services Team on 0161 306 0555 or email@example.com
The Big Draw
Here is a unique opportunity to design the covers for the John Rylands Library's 2011 spring and summer event guides. Let your imagination roam through the magical spaces of the John Rylands Library, Deansgate, be inspired by the objects on display - what does the Library mean to you?
Share your ideas across the North-West region and let everyone know why they should visit the Library!
Two winning categories - Under 16s and General.
Please see the entry form and competition terms and conditions for more details.