Delivering surprising, ambitious and imaginative cultural events is what we do best and we know you’re absolutely ready for more.
We will continue to play in Hull’s incredible outdoor spaces and commission artists who create work that connects people and communities.
Here’s what we’ve already got lined up and we promise that there is absolutely more to come.
Suki Seokyeong Kang
“Place to Place” will display the work of three notable female artists from different global positions, as part of the Liverpool Biennial touring programme, which brings artworks by international artists presented at the 2018 festival of contemporary art to spaces across the North of England.
Simon Wainwright, Imitating the Dog
This winter, Absolutely Cultured presented Urban Legends: Northern Lights, a newly commissioned outdoor event featuring captivating projections and atmospheric soundscapes, brand new for Hull in 2018.
Hull Comedy Festival as part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017, Chris Pepper.
On the eve of the UK leaving the European Union, we are opening our doors to the international performing arts community to discuss inclusion through an exciting programme of talks, debates, performance, and networking opportunities for IETM Hull 2019.
Photo: 7 Alleys by Periplum for Hull UK City of Culture 2017. Photo credit: James Mulkeen
A unique and shared experience for audiences across the country – connected by culture, imagination and curiosity.
Through his art, music, performance and politics, British artist and anarchist Jamie Reid has become somewhat of a punk icon, rebelling against society’s social and cultural injustices. As part of its 2018 programme, Humber Street Gallery is delighted to present Jamie Reid’s newest exhibition, Black Diary, which will showcase a variety of material spanning several decades from the 1970’s to the present.
Bursts of sounds will guide audiences on a sonic journey of discovery as PRSF New Music Biennial returns in July 2019.