Invisible Cities and artist John Hewitt team up to bring Invisible Manchester’s Collaborative Art Project to life

Invisible Cities, the social enterprise that trains people who have previously experienced homelessness to become walking tour guides of their own city in Edinburgh,Manchester, Glasgow and York, is collaborating with artist John Hewitt to create a stunning community led art project. Exploring ways to visually represent poetry and words alongside images, the partnership will be using the city as their very own gallery space.  Aiming to break down the stigmas around homelessness and give a voice to those who have felt invisible in their own city, Invisible Cities is focussing on work from their principal Manchester Tour Guides…

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Celebrate Burns Night with Invisible Cities

Invisible Cities, the social enterprise that trains people who have previously experienced homelessness – become walking tour guides of their own city, in Edinburgh, Manchester, Glasgow and York – will be hosting an online quiz to celebrate Burns Night.    Their official quiz master and Invisible (Edinburgh) guide has designed the special quiz for teams of up to six to enjoy online. All of the questions will be centered around Scottish Culture and there will be a few trick questions thrown in there too!    Zakia Moulaoui Guery, Founder & CEO of Invisible Cities comments, “We know this year, we will not be able to come together to enjoy our traditional Haggis, Neeps…

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Give Something Back this Christmas with a Gift from Invisible Cities

2020 will, for many, have been one of the toughest years of our lives, and for those who are currently experiencing homeless or those who have found themselves without a roof over their heads in the past, this Christmas could perhaps be one of their most challenging times. Social enterprise Invisible Cities are inviting you to support them by purchasing from a carefully curated selection of unique gifts, available for sale via their website. All profits from purchases will go directly towards supporting some of those most in need of…

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Invisible Cities highlighted as Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel picks 2021

Global travel authority Lonely Planet has today unveiled a radical reimagining of its much-awaited Best in Travel picks for 2021, reflecting how the world and attitudes to travel have changed. Celebrating commitment to community, diversity and sustainability across the world for 2021, Lonely Planet is looking ahead to the future of travel, recognising not only places, but also people and communities who are transforming the travel industry. “Travel in 2021 and beyond will be a much more considerate exercise than it has been ever before,” Lonely Planet CEO Luis Cabrera…

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