In partnership with Transpennine Express – The History Troupe are pleased to announce the opening of an new Pop-Up exhibition – Hull Connected, the story of rail in Hull.
The exhibition tells the story of rail in Hull, from the beginnings of the early railways to its development with the docks and beyond – the Roots, Heritage and Future.
There will also be a photographic gallery of images sourced from the Hull Daily Mail archive, featuring some amazing photographs of Hull Paragon Station from the 1940’s down to now.
This free exhibition will open on Friday 3rd of August in Retail Unit (3) on the concourse of Hull Paragon Station (next to Starbucks).
The main exhibition presents the biographies and wartime exploits of 35 French citizens from the Charente in south-west France. The second exhibition relates the story of ‘Opération Frankton’ a Royal Marines commando mission. This story is more familiar to English audiences as the series of exploits which inspired the making of ‘Cockle-shell heroes’ a 1955 British war film.
The programme includes a series of short lectures followed by a film extract related to the exhibition theme. The first day is aimed towards non-French speakers and will be of special interest to historians, students of politics and European culture. The second day is aimed towards college and sixth form students of French and for those who have an intermediate level of French. The third day is aimed towards undergraduate and post-graduate students of French.
Sponsored by the Ferens Educational Trust. Free admission.
Europe’s longest standing science Festival will travel to Hull & the Humber this September. Science the night away at the Humber Street Party, discover if you’re a super-recogniser, unlock the secrets of the canine mind or take part in some UV yoga. There really is something for everyone. The diverse programme of over a hundred talks, debates, performances and activities will be happening across the University campus and Hull city for four days only. And the best thing? It’s all free! Book at: www.britishsciencefestival.org
Europe’s longest standing science Festival will travel to Hull & the Humber this September.
Science the night away at the Humber Street Party, discover if you’re a super-recogniser, unlock the secrets of the canine mind or take part in some UV yoga. There really is something for everyone.
The diverse programme of over a hundred talks, debates, performances and activities will be happening across the University campus and Hull city for four days only.
And the best thing? It’s all free!
Book at: www.britishsciencefestival.org
Get hands-on with our archaeology collections with this unique opportunity to handle objects from the museum stores. Hold the past in your hand and dare to ask the questions you’ve always wanted to.
Free, drop in, 11am-1pm.
The University of Hull is hosting an exhibition of work by members of the Society of Graphic Fine Art (SGFA).
The exhibition anticipates the centenary of this London-based society of professional artists which was founded in 1919 with Sir Frank Brangwyn as its first President.
Today the Society has some 130 elected members, some with international reputations, who believe in the importance of excellence in drawing but many of whom who also work in other media.
The exhibition, which will feature the work of many of the Society’s members, will be shown in the University’s exhibition gallery in the Brynmor Jones Library. Many of the works will be available for purchase.
Cost: Free admission, all welcome.
Exhibition Space, Brynmor Jones Library, University of Hull
Get hands-on with our archaeology collections with this unique opportunity to handle objects from the museum stores. Hold the past in your hand and dare to ask the questions you’ve always wanted to. Free, drop in, 2pm-4pm
Following on from last years successful event this year we hope to have more artists participating. This is effectively an open Studios event centred on the HU5 area of Hull and in particular the Avenues area.
Any artist living or working in the HU5 area is eligible to participate. This is a free event for the public to visit on Sunday 9th September 2018 from 11:00 – 17:00. A wide range of artistic work will be on display in the artists homes / gardens / garages in the Avenues. Work will be for sale so providing an opportunity to acquire original art at affordable prices.
£15 to display your artwork. Click ‘find out more’ to enter your artwork.
Jazz Harbord is a Gentle Anarchist, Emotive Thinker, and Creative Do-er.
Having graduated from Leeds Arts University in 2017, she has since worked on projects that feed her passion for music, art, and making something with feeling. While her previous clients include the likes of BBC Radio 1, Hull Truck Theatre, Independent Leeds, Hull Box Office, and working as design and marketing lead on 53 Degrees North, she is currently working as a freelance illustrator and designer at Hub A Hull studios.
Outside of this Jazz is also a founding member of Make Noise Hull, an initiative working to spotlight females working in the music scene, and to improve local gig safety for all womxn and non-binary people. When she scavenges some free time, she is usually found exploring new places, and dancing at gigs with a pint in her hand.
What are our artist showcases? Every 4 weeks a different artist will take over an area of the shop and showcase their work. Often this work will only be available to view and purchase for that time only, so don’t miss out. Jazz Harbord’s showcase will run from August 11th to September 9th.
All are welcome for a preview evening on 10th August, 6-8pm. — Form Shop & Studio, 16 Humber Street, Hull
View Gavin Prests stunning new photography exhibition in the Carriage House at Burton Constable Stables throughout the Summer.
Gavin Prest started his photography career in 2012 and, having developed a recognisable style for producing narrative based black and white images, he wanted to challenge himself and explore a new avenue of work. Utilising a simple but specific brief and restricting himself to a limited colour palette he started to create the images for 18-25-2. The resulting series has been shot with a single model and created over a limited period of time, using recognisable local architectural venues and a restricted range of photographic equipment.
View his new exhibition in the Carriage House throughout the Summer.
This exhibition is included with normal admission charges.
From 10th July to 2nd September Burton Constable Hall will be showcasing a superb display of original carved music stands. These have been individually designed and carved by the current inheritors of Britain’s carving heritage. The Master Carvers Association, in homage to Chippendale and in celebration of 21st century craftsmanship.
This exhibition is included in the normal hall admission charges
Discover more about our exhibition with a walk around the gallery with a member of the team.
Learn about the artists in detail, where the inspiration for the work came from, the ideas behind the show and a chance to chat about the broad topics with other visitors.
Anna Gillespie presents a sculptural response to the lived experience of humans seeking and inhabiting place.
The characters and stories of Hull’s seafarers are brought to life in this exhibition of portraits by Dan Llywelyn Hall.
During Hull’s City of Culture year in 2017, Dan had numerous sittings with the men who shaped the seafaring industry. Although based in the Merchant Navy club Dan met both fishermen and merchant seamen and heard how occupations changed as a response to the challenging times faced by the city’s maritime community.
An accompanying film documentary by Ann-Marie Conlon shows Dan carrying out the sittings and discussing the lives and roles played by the mariners who formed a vital part of Hull’s social history.
This exhibition at Morten Gallery follows a successful solo show at the Ropwalk, Barton in 2017.
Malcolm’s paintings are a swirl of bold shapes floating in a sea of glorious colour counterbalanced by delicate lines navigating their way across the canvas.
HIP Gallery (AKA The Hull Independant Photography) has an exceptional new exhibition of photographs from Hull in the early 1980’s. The photographs were shot in West Hull, mainly around Hessle Rd & Woodcock Street by Russell Boyce. At the time Russell was a Hull art student, making the first works of what would become a life-long, worldwide, photographic career. His first prints were displayed in Bob Carvers fish & chip shop. He is now the Middle East and Africa Editor for Reuters Pictures.
“I am delighted to know that after over 30 years, the photographs I shot in Hull can be enjoyed by the community who made them so special, in Hull Independent Photography Gallery”
The exhibition includes photographs from Russell’s earliest photo projects including Living With Blindness, Star & Garter, Stray Dogs & Kandy de Barry. Some photographs were taken when Russell joined a young George Norris on his horse-drawn cart. George has co-curated the exhibition with Alan Raw of HIP Gallery and Russell has named the show after the words George would call as he lead his cart around the West Hull houses; Battery, Boiler, Bike Frame, Lumber, Rag Bone.