It is not all about me, the opener the group hit upon as I sat having my portrait painted last week by artist Tanya Raabe. The renowned painter was in Hull for a weeklong residence with her national Portraits Untold project as part of Square Peg, a new disability and diversity initiative devised by staff at Artlink Centre for Community Arts. Continue reading
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To find beauty wherever it lies, is the overriding intention to the new works by painter Mark Rodgers. Visitors to the gallery space at Hull Central Library have been cheered by the familiar Hull views and landmarks, all done in his trademark vigorous style. Continue reading
Beverley Road is to get a new gallery called GROUND in 2016, during a steady build up of arts and cultural provision, as we move towards the City of Culture year. Taking Martin Green Hull2017 CEO at his word when he said at a public meeting, ‘You don’t need permission to be part of City of Culture,’ – a group of Hull artists have grabbed the opportunity with both hands and are due to open Ground in the new year.