Artlink Exhibition Space
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A registered charity, established in 1982, working within the former county of Humberside. Defined as an Arts Access Agency, Artlink is unique as we offer access to all artforms across all sectors of the community.

Artlink has four areas of provision: outreach projects, galleries, training and an information service. We provide community based arts activities and services to people in Hull and the Humber.

The unique gallery policy of Artlink provides professional in-house exhibition space for local and national artists and community works alike. The Gallery also features a shop which supports applied artists creating high quality and original art and craft items.

Venue Type:

Gallery, Artist studio or collective, Association or society

Opening hours

Mon-Sat 10:00-16:00

Closed: Sun
Bank holidays
Christmas & New Year

Admission charges


Additional info

Gallery space for exhibitions, events and performances and Gallery shop. Wet workshop space with outdoor yard, training/conference room, information room and IT suite all available for bookings. The training room also functions as a film screening room.

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
Utopia Deferred Poster

Utopia Deferred

  • 21 May — 2 July 2016 *on now

This exhibition features the painting works of three John Moores Painting Prize Alumni – Hull based Paul Collinson, and Sheffield based Mandy Payne and Conor Rogers.

Each of the three artists explores the spaces and themes of urban landscapes through both content and materials – so in place of more traditional rolling fields and nature, we have the geometric forms and shadows of brutalist architecture; photorealistic paintings upon discarded cigarette packets; and paintings of derelict urban spaces, produced from photographs of lo-fi 3D models of imaginary yet plausible spaces.

Through this series of works, the painters attempt to investigate notions of how we live within our current surroundings, focusing upon themes of Utopia, both real and imagined.

Suitable for

  • Any age


87 Prince Avenue
East Yorkshire

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01482 345104

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