Come and ogle at MG, sports and classic cars at the Wolds Way Run.
Although the event is a pre-booked social event for MG and all Sports and Classic Cars, everyone is welcome to view the cars at the start from 10am – 11am, then from 4pm – 5pm at the finish of the drive.
The journey itself begins and ends in Hull, UK City of Culture 2017.
At the start of the circular tour, there will be specially reserved parking for 100 cars around the Rose Bowl fountain in Queen’s Gardens. The finish is in Wellington Street, near to the Fruit Market and Hull’s modern, vibrant and unique culture quarter.
10am – 11am
4pm – 5pm
Coinciding with the start of the Chinese New Year of the dog, Hounds Of Hull – The Exhibition by photographer Verity Adriana will celebrate the lives of the dog population of Hull. More information about the project, featuring the city’s beloved canines amongst key landmarks, can be seen on Facebook and Instagram. Dog lovers and well behaved dogs welcome!
Kingston Art Group is open from 11.30 to 17.00 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Hull’s rising artistic talents are exhibiting and producing new works live at Queens House Showcase in a brand new show featuring works across textile, print, drawing, painting, collage and mixed media.
More than a traditional exhibition, over 8 weeks the artists will be offering workshops, talks and other activities so visitors can discover more about their inspirations, creative processes and techniques.
Featuring work by Lauren Saunders, Clarissa Dixon and Annemarie Tickle, Artist Takeover is all about supporting artists to exhibit, programme and promote their work. With different things happening every day, the exhibition highlights the diverse skills and talents that make up the regions rich arts scene and brings opportunity for visitors to meet the artists & even learn to create their own artwork.
Our Histories Revealed: African Stories in Hull and East Yorkshire is a Heritage Lottery funded community project, to explore the stories of local people of African descent from 1750 to 2007.
Over the last two years stories, images and oral histories cataloguing peoples’ experiences have been collected, with highlights of this work brought together in this revealing exhibition at the Treasure House.
Beverley Treasure House uncovers local family histories such as the Weeks and Ema families and highlight the great sportsmen Clive Sullivan and Roy Francis. Challenging subjects are also explored, including the death of Christopher Alder in 1998.
David Sprakes’s sculptures are based on the natural world, the landscapes of the Peak District and the North East coast.
Inspired by weathered, eroded objects observed and collected in the landscape, the artist translates these into abstract sculptures where textured and patinated surfaces are balanced against polished areas.
Drawing, clay modelling, mould-making, casting, construction and carving illustrates the breadth of techniques in David’s work.
The exhibition introduces various materials, each suited to demonstrate the artist’s sensitivity to form and texture and their change with the passing of time.
The 21st annual Open Art exhibition showcasing the tremendous talent from around the region.
The competition is open to all artists, amateur or professional, who live in Hull and the East Riding. Their work will be judged by two independent judges and works selected will form the exhibition.
Each year a Selector’s Choice prize is awarded and visitors are invited to vote for their own favourite for the People’s Choice award, so make sure you cast yours!
Each year Ferens Art Gallery’s Open Exhibition provides an exciting opportunity for amateur and professional artists to celebrate creativity side by side in the beautiful temporary exhibition spaces.
The display often includes a truly diverse selection of artworks in a variety of styles and media, many of which are also for sale, allowing visitors to purchase original artworks at a range of prices.
Since its arrival at the Ferens in January 2017, Lorenzetti’s Christ Between Saints Paul and Peter has attracted over 100,000 visitors, appearing in countless news pieces across all genres.
At the heart of Lorenzetti’s masterpiece is an emotional energy between Christ, Saints Paul and Peter, with the three figures represented as if engaged in a ‘silent conversation’. This new exhibition, co-curated by a group of Hull 2017 volunteers, explores how artists across the centuries use dialogue – and indeed its absence – in their work.
Last admission – 30 minutes before closing.
The story of 2017 is one of successful partnerships and on Tuesday 9 January a new exhibition, Tell The World, will open to showcase the organisations who helped make the Hull 2017 story possible.
From bus operators to law firms, manufacturers and construction companies, a total of 80 partners had the belief, commitment and confidence in this city to give £32 million, making Hull’s unparalleled year possible.
But it wasn’t just about the money: behind the scenes, thousands of staff from organisations across the city did their part to make the year truly remarkable. They embraced every moment and every opportunity to try something new and demonstrate what makes this city so incredible.
In Tell The World, a selection of Hull 2017’s partners tell their stories of the year and share their plans for the future.
In 2017, the footprints of thousands of babies born at Hull Women’s and Children’s Hospital were printed onto a unique piece of artwork as part of Hull 2017 Creative Communities project Born Into A City Of Culture. With each special delivery, the artwork grew and now families with babies born in 2017 are invited to come and celebrate this exciting year at a special event in the Guildhall.
At the event, there will be opportunities to purchase limited edition prints, canvases and postcards and there will be a photographer on-site to capture celebratory group photographs.
The celebration event runs from 9am to 3pm on Wednesday 24 January, and families are required to book a one hour slot. Families should limit ticket purchases to 4 and children aged under 1 do not require a ticket.
No one knows me like Dawn from the Jobcentre is Richie Culver’s first solo show in Hull, where he grew up.
Spread across two floors of the gallery, No one knows me like Dawn from the Jobcentre features mainly paintings. An honest, sometimes humorous account of time spent on Job Seekers Allowance underpins this body of new work. It invites the viewer to look at the fleeting yet significant relationships we encounter as we strive for success in the face of adversity. Richie’s work draws on many personal references, from his working-class roots, to metropolitan living, as well as his own experience of the darker side of urban life.
With a fascinating creative path that has taken him all over the world as a photographer and as a self-taught artist working in paint and mixed media (including collaborating with the likes of Topman) Richie’s work is highly sought after.
Richie’s work, especially his paintings, has become progressively abstract to bring together different elements of his works as a multi-disciplinary artist and he is collected by Blain|Southern, Adele and Tate. Last year, Hull 2017 commissioned Richie to create Costa Del Wiv, a series of shop fronts in Hull’s Whitefriargate, celebrating his roots and the coastal town of Withernsea.
Art Exhibition showcasing work by Yorkshire artists. Paintings, prints, jewellery and ceramics. A lovely space in Bridlington Old Town.
‘A Bigger Book’ by David Hockney arriving soon. The Gansey Girl sculpture by Steve Carvill arriving end of January!
An exhibition of recent paintings,limited edition prints, artists books, sculptures and videos by artist Mark Wigan.
A vibrant and life affirming exhibition of intricate artworks that celebrate and connect cultures from around the world.
The 21st annual Open Art at the Treasury House gallery showcases the tremendous talent we have in the region.
The competition is open to all artists, amateur or professional, who live in Hull and the East Riding.
Work will be judged by two independent adjudicators and works selected will form the exhibition. Each year a Selector’s Choice prize is awarded and visitors are invited to vote for their own favourite for the People’s Choice award, so make sure you cast yours!
Interested in participating? Entry forms can be obtained from the Treasure House up to Fri 15 Feb.