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A white walled gallery space lit up green, on the floor in the foreground stencils for lettering reading WE ARE ALL IN A CYCLE and to the left in the back a ladder, to the right a trolley with buckets of paint

Jo Lathwood: Making Up

07.02.2024, by Jazmine Linklater

A bright multicoloured digital collage with objects flying out from the centre including a CD, pieces of paper, a small glove and a bar of soap.

Matrices and Communities: FACT Together 2022-2023

28.09.2023, by Reece Griffiths

A group of people, some wearing facemasks, sitting and standing, assembled around a table speaking, drawing and taking notes.

UNIDEE 2020-2022: Reflections on Embedded Arts Practice in (post)pandemic times

20.07.2023, by Alessandra Saviotti

Two hands touch a knitted blanket. The blanket is cream with blue woven text. The only word that can be made out is 'HELGA'.

Memorial Gestures

13.07.2023, by Alice Bradshaw

A composite image showing a painting by Lucy Wright on the right and a photograph of Analogue Farm on the left.

And you too have come into the world to do this: a conversation about Analogue Farm

08.10.2022, by Lucy Wright

white drapes with a printed pattern hang around an old dark canopy bed in a historic room

Rebecca Chesney: Hidden from Light

12.07.2022, by Grace Edwards

3 sculptures resembling flagpoles hung with fringed material are positioned in the paved back garden of a red-brick terraced house.

On the street where you live: Threshold, a year in review

20.01.2022, by Saffron Ward

A partial view of an exhibition, there are images of civic architecture on the back wall. In the middle distance a vitrine holding three medals or coins. In the foreground is a table decorated with bunting and holding refreshments: a plate of wrapped biscuits and a jug of squash.

Navigator North: Exchange – Past, Present & Future

18.10.2021, by Debbie Rolls

Installation image of the exhibition.

JJ Chan: What do we know (anyway)?

12.08.2021, by Uthra Rajgopal

The image shows a wooden sculpture resembling a tree trunk supported by four bowing legs in the centre of the frame, with drawings of tree trunks in frames behind it on the gallery wall.

David Nash: Return to the Forest

23.07.2021, by Laura Biddle

A white gallery space filled with sculptures and visitors.

Who’s Seen Jerome?

06.02.2019, by Saffron Ward

Art Writing Residency at Humber Street Gallery

06.09.2017

A vinyl applied to a wall that reproduces the title of a book: 'Lsaw is a bottomless pit: or, the History of John Bull.'

Migration

27.06.2017, by Lisa-Marie Dickinson

2017 Writing Residency Programme Announced!

20.03.2017

Micro Residency at serf Studios

13.01.2017

Rachel Wrigley – Exploring PAPER, PAPER Gallery

13.09.2013