We know that you can’t visit us at the moment but we have loads of fun activities that you can get involved with from home.
Visit our kids & families page for a range of activities to keep the family entertained!
Looking for resources to help with home schooling?
Head to our schools page for cross-curricular PowerPoints with educational activities inspired by artworks and artefacts from our collection.
We have a huge range of activities for families, individuals, artists, young people and everyone else who visits Gallery Oldham.
Check the calendar on the right for upcoming activities and events.
For Kids and Families we have a fun mix of events for families during all school holidays, our monthly Super Saturdays and weekly Go Baby and GO Explorer sessions. Plus the Small Cinema showing family friendly films.
For Young People we have a variety of creative activities, workshops and sessions to develop your skills. We also deliver and support Arts Award.
For adults we offer a range of informative art and craft courses, and group workshops that are suitable for all levels of ability.
Gallery Oldham is full of fun, creative and exciting activities for children & families of all ages. From our digital early years sessions to our online Super Saturdays there’s always something to join in with. Super Saturdays have gone digital until further notice and this Spring they are all linked to our Raindrop to Corporation […]
We're unable to host Illuminate this year but we're determined to Light Up Lockdown. Why not join in, there is something for everyone.
Join curator Patricia Francis as we take a look at the amazing specimens in the Natural History collection, from plant models to taxidermy, there is something for everyone. Gallery Oldham usually deliver curator-led talks and tours at the gallery every month. While we can't gather people together physically for talks at this time, we will […]
While we can't gather people together physically for talks at this time, we're delivering monthly online sessions on Zoom. As part of International Women's Day we'll explore a story from Local Studies and Archives about Oldham-born First World War nurse Sarah Hallam. On the outbreak of war Sarah volunteered to go to Brussels to help […]