A new family-friendly exhibition, funded by Hull City Council’s Grants to Arts programme, will begin this weekend on Humber Street.
Offering free entry, Baker’s Dozen is hosted by Hull-focused arts project Caprani Arts, showcasing contemporary, local talent.
It brings together their diverse talents in design, illustration, photography, sculpture, painting and print, as well as offering creative activities for families to take part in.
Visitors of all ages will have the opportunity to get involved in free, artist-led activities, with colouring, illustration and collage in this accessible, joyful and celebratory show.
It’s the first physical event led by Caprani Arts and one that promises to be bright, positive and inspiring.
Visit Baker’s Dozen at pop-up space one, 66-68 Humber Street.
The waterside district of Fruit Market really has something for everyone. From places to eat and drink to opportunities for business, as well as festivals and events for those looking for a bit of culture. And with future residential developments already planned and the potential for further independent retail space, the Fruit Market is becoming a place to live, work and play, morning, noon and night.