Monthly Archives: August 2020

LGBTQ+ Diary Blog 4 – Pride In Our City

As part of improving our representation of LGBTQ+ narratives at Hull Museums, we wanted to ensure we were able to do this across our whole service – including collections research, interpretation, and programming. With this in mind, we had some big plans for June 2020. To coincide with Pride in Hull we wanted to host […]

LGBTQ+ Diary Blog 3 – Researching our Collections

Project Content:LGBTQ+ Diary Blog 2 – Internal Staff TrainingLGBTQ+ Diary Blog 1 – A New Chapter for LGBTQ+…LGBTQ+ Diary Blog 4 – Pride In Our CityGuest Blog – Elsa GidlowGuest Blog – Frederic, Lord LeightonGuest Blog – Meet Dan VoGuest Blog – Arthur Lucan, ‘Old Mother Riley’Guest Blog – Andrew Marvell StatuetteGuest Blog – Polar […]

Natasha Monfared – Artist Interview

Ferens: What three words would you use to summarise your photography? NM: Political, feminist, empowerment. Ferens: What themes or ideas are you currently exploring in your practice? NM: My practice revolves around the political position of women in Iran and their constant resistance against restrictive laws, such as the compulsory veil and the ban on […]