EVENTS: PICK OF THE WEEK: Move Your Mind to 20 Feb Imperial War Museum North, Manchester
To emphasise the theme of cultural difference, displays are exhibited in yurts and are in contemporary media such as video, animation and graffiti. Participants in this exhibition include local pupils who took part in an animation project that covers themes of leaving home and seeking asylum. Visitors are invited to express themselves with arts and crafts activities and storytelling sessions at weekends and during half-term (12-20 Feb).
Imperial War Museum North, The Quays, Trafford Wharf, Trafford Park, Manchester (0161-836 4000; www.iwm.org.uk) free, to 20 Feb
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