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.
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!
© Funke Alafiatayo
Other Cinemas with Black Heritage Collective, An Untold Story Voices and Cinenova platform the work of community education, campaign, and transformative justice organising that exists in Hull.
Jasleen Kaur, Be Like Teflon, installation view, 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Copperfield, London
This new body of work by Jasleen Kaur for Humber Street Gallery explores our relationship with visceral emotions such as grief and ecstatic healing.
© Tom Arran
Relive our Parklife exhibition and Stories from the Shires soundscape, originally part of Creative Hull, in our pop-up art space in Whitefriargate.
© 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.
An evening with Tamar & Jo, 2021. Courtesy of Humber Street Gallery © Tom Arran
One Thursday a month, Humber Street Gallery is showcasing new commissions relating to the themes of exhibitions on display in Space 1 and 2.
Fruit Factory Network site visit to Bloc Projects, Sheffield © Absolutely Cultured
INTER_CHANGE is a new 12-month programme supporting local creatives at the start of their careers and across all artforms, offering professional assistance and guidance.
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. Currently it features artwork by Sergej Komkov and a mural by Lydia Caprani.
Imagination Alley, Absolutely Cultured © Tom Arran
One of our social action sites, and an ongoing project working with local residents and artists. Currently it features a 120 metre-long mural by Andy Pea.
Floodlights, 2021. Absolutely Cultured © Tom Stevens
Brand new projection and light installations commissioned by Absolutely Cultured, exploring the city of Hull's relationship to water.
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.