Events and Exhibitions
This exhibition contains portraits and stories from some of those with tales to tell of the fishing industry in Hull during the 1970’s.
Past Events and Exhibitions
The SPARK Network exhibition 'SPARK: Artists' Interventions in a Time of Crisis' is an exhibition of a network of north-west artists concerned with intervention in the climate crisis, at Rogue Project Space, Manchester.
Manchester Art Fair blurs the boundaries between the traditional and the contemporary, creating a friendly and unpretentious Northern art-buying experience. Immerse yourself in art on 17-19 November 2023 at Manchester Central.
Hothouse is back for 2023 and this time we are in Hull!
Join us for a day of celebrating sustainable photography. 16 speakers will share their photographic practice in quick-fire presentations over the course of a full day. This year we are in partnership with Humber Eco Fest and Hull Independent Photography Festival
The Powerhouse Portraits exhibition has given out 99 disposable cameras to over 40 people ranging from 8 to 87 years old. Working with three groups over six weeks they ran a series of 18 workshops. Sessions were facilitated by Ian Johns and Nasima Bee giving participants the chance to learn photographic and creative writing techniques. The exhibition and publication highlight the workshop outcomes from the personal albums produced featuring photographs from workshop sessions and the participants day to day lives.
A celebration of London’s emerging women photographers, Women on Women was born as an artistic reaction to the gender disparity encountered by the participating image-makers while venturing into the photography industry after graduating from different art schools.
SixBySix is delighted that Stephen Clarke will be joining us in person to talk about his project Alien Resident: Under Investigation on the Evening of Wedensday, 19th April at Ropes and Twines, Liverpool. Doors open at 7pm, and the talk will start at 7.30pm.
Stephen will also be exhibiting a selection of work from the photographs he made in San Diego. The work will be on show at Ropes and Twines, Liverpool from the 19th April.
Estuary is a photographic essay of the Humber and the challenges it faces. The beauty of the big skies, the ever changing light and the fluidity of water is a constant. However climate change, brought about in part by some of the key industries on this huge estuary, is threatening the environment and the human and wild life that are a part of it. The race is on to make changes and this photographic essay seeks to show the beauty and challenges the Humber faces.