HARI Arts Research & Experimentation Project Space, HARI (Hull Artist Research Initiative)
HARI (Hull Artist Research Initiative) is a new artist-led collective providing residencies and exhibition opportunities which enable artists to experiment and produce ambitious new work. The core of HARI’s artistic programme emphasises research and innovative public engagement. Our aim is to bring artists closer to the audience and reveal how and why they make work.
Over the Creative Hull weekend, HARI will present work to the public on view through the windows at the front of a new Project Space located at 47 King Edward St, Hull City Centre, which has been kindly provided by Axisweb and Prospect Centre.
The display will provide a taste of HARI’s upcoming residency and research programme titled WorkShop. Starting in August 2021, WorkShop will produce 5 residencies with a diverse selection of artists based in the Humber region, alongside an enriching public events programme.
HARI was founded by David Priestman, Sarah Pennington and David Cleary, three artists and art workers with ties to Hull. Follow us on our social media channels for news and updates of the upcoming WorkShop programme.
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This project is viewed from King Edward Street, which is wheelchair accessible.
Friday 16 – Sunday 18 July
47 King Edward St, Hull City Centre
No booking required