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 and Talent Development & Learning.
Installation view, 2022. Harold Offeh, Stranger in the Village. © Yuzuru Nemoto
Contemporary artist Harold Offeh will facilitate workshops with Hull community groups to co-create Hull Television Workshop episodes in this latest Humber Street Gallery exhibition.
Installation view. HSG Open Call. Courtesy of Humber Street Gallery and the artist, 2022. © Absolutely Cultured
HSG Open Call invites artists, printmakers and designers to submit pre-existing limited editions and original artworks to be displayed for free on the walls outside of our Humber Street Gallery spaces.
Yoga @ Humber Street Gallery. Creative Hull, 2021. Courtesy of Absolutely Cultured © James Mulkeen
Humber Street Gallery’s weekly yoga classes offer a unique setting to practice - it's a yoga studio like no other!
© Kat Griffin
Join us for a 90-minute immersive sound bath in the unique setting of Humber Street Gallery with sound healing specialist, Kat Griffin.
Mehmil Nadeem, The Tender Touch, 2021. Courtesy the artist.
New Contemporaries annual exhibition of emerging and early career artists launches in Hull at Humber Street Gallery and Ferens Art Gallery.
Nobody by Motionhouse. Image © Dan Tucker
Motionhouse’s renowned dance-circus style combines with mesmerising choreography to tell this emotional and ultimately uplifting story that resonates with the times we live in.
Fruit Factory Network site visit to Bloc Projects, Sheffield © Absolutely Cultured
INTER_CHANGE is a 12-month programme supporting local creative practitioners, curators, producers and physical performers at the early stages of their career.
Thursday Lates: Otis Mensah & G, 2021. Courtesy of Humber Street Gallery © Studio Blue Creative
One Thursday a month, Humber Street Gallery is showcasing new commissions relating to the themes of exhibitions on display in Space 1 and 2.
Imagination Alley, Absolutely Cultured © Tom Arran
One of our social action sites, and an ongoing project working with local residents and artists. Currently the area features a 120 metre-long mural by Andy Pea, and drop-in creative workshops and Coffee and Chats are held at Gipsyville Library.
Peel Street Park Mural, Lydia Caprani. Absolutely Cultured © Gerry Smyth
One of our social action sites, and an ongoing project working with local residents and artists. At our 91 Spring Bank centre we host Creative Workshops and Coffee and Chat sessions. Currently the area features artwork by Sergej Komkov and a mural by Lydia Caprani.
Dead Bod, originally painted on a shed at Alexandra Dock in the 1960s, was a familiar sight for sailors and trawler-men sailing to and from Hull.
Model City workshop, Absolutely Cultured © Thomas Arran
Fun and family-friendly activities inspired by our past, present and future projects.