Brodrick Gallery

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The Brodrick Gallery enormously enriches the cultural life of our school’s staff and students – an experience which we are delighted to share with the wider community.

We invite you to visit our very own art gallery based at the main campus.

With a full range of new technology at hand as well as technical and creative expertise, the gallery is highly flexible. This allows both traditional hanging and digital viewing; always encouraging innovative curation.

When and where?

Open to the public Mon to Fri, 9.00am – 5.00pm and also some Saturdays, The Brodrick Gallery is currently based at Hull School of Art & Design in the centre of Hull overlooking the beautiful Queens Gardens.

Celebrating Hull born architect Brodrick

The gallery is named after Hull born architect Cuthbert Brodrick FRIBA (1821 – 1905). Brodrick set up practice in Savile Street, Hull in 1846 and at the age of 29 became famous for designing Leeds Town Hall, Leeds Corn Exchange, Leeds Mechanics Institute (Leeds City Museum), Hull Town Hall and Hull Royal Institution.

All events are free of charge. See the full exhibitions here.

Want to exhibit at the Brodrick Gallery?

Exhibiting is free and exhibitions to date have ranged from student work, including the annual degree show, to showcasing artists of national and international repute, working in a variety of media.

If you’re interested in exhibiting at the Brodrick Gallery please call 01482 480970.

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