A new arts and cultural publication that is produced by the diversity exchange network. dxn aims to make the arts and cultural experiences generated by culturally diverse citizens an integral part of Manchester’s rich artistic and creative landscape. It is a free publication and issue 7 is currently available across the city.
DXN is looking for informed and balanced journalistic coverage of culturally diverse activity happening in Greater Manchester. For information about contributing contact Coordinating Editor Sherry de Wynter at email@example.com or 0161 234 2997