Humber Street Gallery is an Absolutely Cultured project, bringing a vibrant, high-quality contemporary art space to Hull. The gallery’s free programme of exhibitions is supported by a series of talks, performances, screenings and workshops.
Absolutely Cultured puts culture at the heart of Hull’s ambition and aspirations, commissioning and producing a programme of events and projects which are ambitious, surprising and imaginative. In addition to the gallery and our broader cultural events, we continue to develop our world-class volunteer programme, to deliver initiatives to support the cultural sector and to offer access to creative learning opportunities.
To ensure our spaces are safe for both visitors and staff members, we have introduced new measures – including a booking system for exhibitions. Please read our FAQs before you come and visit us.
Jamie Crewe: Solidarity & Love
Taking inspiration from Radclyffe Hall’s novel The Well of Loneliness (1928), the exhibition addresses the provocations of the book, which has had a lasting impact on generations of queer, lesbian, and transgender people.
64 Humber Street, Hull, HU1 1TU
Thu-Sun, 11am-3pm (Café: 10am-4pm)
The café space is great for meeting people, taking the weight off your feet or for fuelling up before you explore the gallery.
Wheelchair access and lifts.
Baby changing facilities.
Schools & colleges
Teachers and students are welcome to use the gallery as a place of creative learning and enrich their gallery visit with fun activities. To book your visit please send a completed group booking form to email@example.com and review our risk assessment document.
Both our Gallery Café (150 person capacity) and Seasonal Roof Terrance (60 person capacity) are available for private hire. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and rates.