Perches and Flyways exhibition
Perches and Flyways will appear at Humber Street Gallery this autumn. Photo credit: Juneau Projects.

Absolutely Cultured’s autumn season explores themes of identity and the environment

Absolutely Cultured’s autumn programme will offer a diverse look at our region, its people, heritage and the environment.

Humber Street Gallery’s exhibition programme begins with PERCHES AND FLYWAYS by Creative Connections Artists with Jennifer Holtridge and Juneau Projects which opens on Friday 20 October in Space 1. This new exhibition, commissioned by Humber Street Gallery, saw Artlink Hull deliver a series of workshops pairing local artists with Disabled communities to explore creative processes and improve wellbeing.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a series of public events that explore the work in more detail. You can find out more information here.

From Friday 3 November, Space 2 at Humber Street Gallery will be home to the INTER_Change showcase 22/23 exhibition. This group show will present work produced by artists who have been supported as part of the INTER_CHANGE talent development programme. Over the past 12 months, the group have supported each other to collaborate, learn and consider the challenges and opportunities that arise in relation to being an early-career artist.  

You can find out more information here.

Absolutely Cultured continues to work with local residents at Gipsyville Library which includes latest project, “Do You Know Who I Am?“. The project invites participants to examine their identity and what makes them who they are. This includes their family background and heritage, the city of Hull and it’s history, the local environment and how this all links together.

The project provides the opportunity for the residents of Gipsyville to learn new art skills across different mediums and exploring different themes. Through autumn and winter there will be a focus on the international links that Hull has with other areas of Europe. Researching, creating and gaining knowledge together, in the build up to a Christmas celebration for the area.

Tickets for all Humber Street Gallery events can be booked via the Absolutely Cultured website.

To find out more about Absolutely Cultured’s work, including all of the above, please visit their website at and follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @AbsCultured.

Roadworks are to take place in Hull.