MADE IT 2022 is part of Short Supply's 22-23 programme GOING PLACES DOIN BITS funded by Arts Council England. As part of the programme, we are having a big ‘ol Short Supply gap year, travelling across the North West to cities, towns and villages to create better cross-regional dialogues. We want to make space for communities and individuals to meet, contribute to the programme, influence and feedback what they want to see from the project, and be invited to actively collaborate in its delivery. Let us know where you think we should visit here. 


As part of the exhibition we're collaborating with Jack Arts in a billboard takeover across the city. Check out the locations where you can find our billboards below, and don't forget to tag us in your snaps @shortsupplymcr on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter

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Church Street Billboard

On the corner of Church St and Red Lion St

Deansgate Locks Billboard

Outside the train station, opposite the bus stop C

Train Stations


Tib Street Bilboard

On the cross section of Tib St, Thomas St, & Hilton St


MADE IT is a showcase of North West graduate artists from the Class of 2021/2022.

This year, for MADE IT 2022 at HOME, we decided to do things a little differently. We thought that everyone who wanted to be a part of the project should be, so we’re showcasing every applicant who applied in a public open call in the Granada Foundation Galleries and through a billboard takeover across Manchester city centre in collaboration with Jack Arts Agency and Buildhollywood.

The last 2 years have been hard on you all.
Your futures feel uncertain.
You don’t know who you can rely on.
We want to let you know, that you can rely on each other.

WE are the art world. Let’s work together to make one we all feel proud of and part of. 

Check out all the incredible artists below: