Brodrick Gallery

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.

Visiting us

Hull School of Art & Design Wilberforce Drive
Queens Gardens
Kingston upon Hull
HU1 3DG

Opening times Monday - Friday
9.00am - 5.00pm
Saturdays (on occasion)

Exhibiting

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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An Exhibition of 50 years of Alumni work 1960 -2010


A funny thing happened on the way to the future… You are invited to attend the Hull School of Art & Design Alumni Exhibition  The show includes prints, paintings, sculpture, installations, photographs and drawings by thirty of the former staff and students of HSAD who went on to become distinguished artists and educators, carrying with […]

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Bob & Roberta Smith


During its summer break, Hull School of Art & Design will become a Freedom of Expression Centre, hosting talks, workshops and a new exhibition created by Bob and Roberta Smith, exploring the differing degrees of freedom experienced by artists around the world. It features a significant new work by Bob and Roberta Smith, following his […]

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Roland Box


Rowland Box was a printmaker who studied for his Dip AD at HSAD in the mid 60s, working there in the mid 70s and also from 1986-89. He passed away in December 2015 aged seventy. Box demonstrated technical excellence in printmaking and was a tireless campaigner for human rights, using his skills as an artist […]

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Trevor Key’s Top 40


Born in Hull, where he also attended Hull School of Art, Trevor Key (1947-1995), was a hugely influential and respected photographer who worked primarily in the music industry. His most iconic sleeve is perhaps Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells, though he would go on to work with art directors such as Jamie Reid and Peter Saville. […]

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Rock Against Racism


Hull Rock Against Racism got started in 1979. The group were community activists, grassroots anti-racist campaigners promoting regular RAR gigs with local bands in the heart of West Hull. The silkscreen posters were also a bit out of step; no ripped ransom note safety pinned punk graphics, instead, images were taken from radical artwork – […]

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The Life & Times of Ted Lewis


A major exhibition curated by Monty Martin recognising the art, life and times of major British Noir crime novelist, Ted Lewis. Famous for the film, Get Carter, Ted initially trained as a Graphic Artist at HSAD, ultimately supervising on The Beatles Yellow Submarine. Ted Lewis also played piano in Hull’s popular Unity Jazz Band, the […]

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Fountain 17


A community and education exhibition involving work by students from HSAD alongside contributions from local schools and community groups. Fountain ’17 is a celebration of the dual anniversaries of Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain (100 years) and Armitage Shanks (200 years) in 2017 when Hull is City of Culture. We invited artists, writers and musicians to respond […]

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Textiles


A display of textiles by students from BA Textiles, Hull School of Art & Design.

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Behind Land: Excavations and Estuaries


Judith Tucker, Harriet Tarlo, David Walker Barker, David Ainley, Linda Ingham  Drawn together from Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Derbyshire, the artists and artworks observe aspects of mining, geology and process, along with the lived-in and worked-upon or through landscape, both inland and coastal.  Since 2013, artist Judith Tucker and poet Harriet Tarlo have been in collaboration […]

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Moments in Life


In 2006 David was given a second-hand Nikon D70 that rekindled his love for photography that had started at school and continued into university where he edited the weekly student newspaper Although his work is essentially ‘street photography‘ his aim is to produce images with an artistic flair rather than just being records of existence. […]

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Clay Journeys: Exhibition


Clay Journeys explores the interactions between earth, air, fire and water and relates to a deeply felt sense of place for Braganza whose preoccupation with water is not surprising having grown up in the great port city of Mumbai, formerly Bombay, by the Arabian Sea. Travelling from Bedes World, Jarrow, water plays a central role […]

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Suited & Booted


From the 1950s through to the 1970s Hull’s Three Day Millionaires were trawler-men known for their expensive and extravagant suits which often made people think they were actors or rock stars. Working with lead artist Claire Day from Hull School of Art & Design Artlink began delving into the research around the fashion of the […]

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