I've written two articles for this edition of MCR magazine.
Firstly I wrote about the smaller galleries and museums of the region, looking at the Police Museum and Castlefield Gallery's latest project over at Federation House. Then I contributed a piece on Manchester's Albert Hall. For some reason, since visiting the site in 2012, I have become its unofficial expert and have even spoken at the hall about its history alongside its owners, Trof. It was nice to do this piece 18 months on from my initial article, and to see how well it's thriving ahead of its official opening.
There are two covers for this issue and there's some lovely art throughout including a centrefold by Will Berry of Generic Greeting Collective (who designed our Field Trip logo for tours).
You can read the magazine online if you don't spot a copy elsewhere.