What’s on

Absolutely Cultured is a cultural development organisation passionate about the ability that arts and culture have to be a vehicle for change.  

Here are our current projects taking place across our three strands; Programming & Curating, Social Action & Volunteering and Talent Development & Learning.

Developing your Creative Practice webinar with Arts Council England

IETM Hull © Tom Arran

4 December

Developing your Creative Practice webinar with Arts Council England

Are you an artist using this time to research, learn new skills, develop ideas and connect to other practitioners? Are you thinking to apply for Developing Your Creative Practice grant from Arts Council England? Absolutely Cultured is hosting a session to offer those interested an opportunity to meet with ACE and learn more about the funding available.

Developing your Creative Practice webinar with Arts Council England
Imagination Alley

Imagination Alley, Absolutely Cultured © Tom Arran

October 2020

Imagination Alley

Volunteers have been working with local artists, partners and residents on this 120 metre-long mural in The Shires.

Imagination Alley
Play equipment and mural

Peel Street Park, Absolutely Cultured © Sergej Komkov

Play equipment in progress from October 2020, mural to come

Play equipment and mural

Newly installed play equipment with artwork by Sergej Komkov and a mural by Lydia Caprani.

Play equipment and mural
Practice In Place

Installation View. Practice in Place. Courtesy of Humber Street Gallery and the artists, 2020. © Jules Lister

17 September - 13 December 2020

Practice In Place

Temporarily closed until 3 December.

The culminating exhibition of Fruit Factory Network, a year-long pilot programme designed to support local visual artists.

Practice In Place
Jamie Crewe: Solidarity & Love

Installation view, 2020. Jamie Crewe, Solidarity & Love. Courtesy of Humber Street Gallery and the artist, 2020. © Jules Lister

15 August - 13 December 2020

Jamie Crewe: Solidarity & Love

Temporarily closed until 3 December.

Taking inspiration from Radclyffe Hall’s novel The Well of Loneliness (1928), the exhibitions address the provocations of the book, which has had a lasting impact on generations of queer, lesbian, and transgender people.

Jamie Crewe: Solidarity & Love
Enjoy Civic Life, Leo Fitzmaurice

Ferref. Leo Fitzmaurice, Enjoy Civic Life. Courtesy of Humber Street Gallery and the artist, 2020. © Jules Lister

14 January - 18 April 2021

Enjoy Civic Life, Leo Fitzmaurice

Leo Fitzmaurice reworks logos and signs as a response to a collection of mounted plaques on display in Hull’s Guildhall in this new exhibition of work, commissioned by Humber Street Gallery.

Enjoy Civic Life, Leo Fitzmaurice
Autosuggestions, Leo Fitzmaurice

Installation view. Leo Fitzmaurice, Autosuggestions. Courtesy of The Sunday Painter and the artist, 2020. © Ollie Hammick

14 January - 18 April 2021

Autosuggestions, Leo Fitzmaurice

Leo Fitzmaurice deconstructs and adapts car parts from his local scrapyard to create a series of mask-like creations that seem almost-human.

Autosuggestions, Leo Fitzmaurice
Learning Resources and Activities

Model City workshop, Absolutely Cultured © Thomas Arran

Ongoing

Learning Resources and Activities

Fun and family-friendly activities inspired by our past, present and future projects.

Learning Resources and Activities