Thursday Lates: Emily Gray & Jamal Sterrett, Absolutely Cultured © Luke Hallett

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Thank you for your interest in working with Absolutely Cultured. Built on the foundations of the company which delivered Hull’s year as UK City of Culture 2017. Absolutely Cultured is working to enhance the arts and cultural offer in the city and region, for the benefit of the city and its people. 

Working for Absolutely Cultured offers you a unique opportunity to gain experience and develop skills. 

Our core purpose is to create accessible and welcoming social and artistic places for reflection, creativity and innovation, contributing to cultural regeneration and place shaping. 

Our primary arts programme takes place within Humber Street Gallery our venue and visual arts base in the ever-evolving Fruit Market area of Hull. We are also committed to creative education and access to cultural opportunities, with learning and engagement strands underpinning everything we do. 

We’ve built up a fantastic team and we are strongly supported by our Board of Trustees with backgrounds in local government, health, education, finance and law as well as the creative industries, our Board of Trustees combine international expertise with local knowledge 

Absolutely Cultured aims to be a good employer with fair employment practices and policies to support this ambition, and we pride ourselves on having a workforce that is friendly, committed and hard working. 

As an employee you will need to be committed to ensuring that all individuals are treated with respect and valued for their work. In return, whatever your role within the organisation, you will be encouraged to continuously develop your knowledge as well as offering your skills to others. 

We are committed to providing equality of opportunity for all and we welcome applications from all individuals for advertised jobs that match their skills and interests. 

We aim to meet both our statutory duties in relation to equal opportunities by complying with the terms of the Equality Act 2010, and to follow accepted good practice in this area.