Manchester Jewish Museum
Currently housed inside the city’s oldest synagogue building, Manchester Jewish Museum tells the story of Manchester’s Jewish community from the 1740s to 1945. In 2015 the museum was awarded funding for a major development project to fully restore the Grade II* listed synagogue building and create a new museum extension to house galleries, learning and event spaces.
All Things was appointed in January 2016 as the lead exhibition design consultant with a team that includes interpretation consultant Catherine Morton, graphic designers Kellenberger-White, lighting designers DHA Design, and digital designers Clay Interactive.
This project has been supported by a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.