Off The Shelf

Encounters between photographer & Hull Library Services.
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Podcast: Brian Griffiths at Artlink.

'So he pulled the right levers and you did the asking.' Interview with the artist, on show at Artlink, Princes Avenue, Hull, until December 2017.

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Homelessness - the conversation.

Recorded interviews revealing the causes, reality, and solutions to homelessness & poor housing in the UK. #ukhousing
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Dog Basket Baboon

Oliver MacDonald's solo exhibition at Artlink, in partnership with Shape Arts and Hull 2017 City of Culture.

Photos from the recent preview event, 19th May 2017.
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Butterflies Memory Loss Support Group present their 2nd exhibition in their series for Hull 2017 City of Culture Community Projects.

21 May 2017
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GE2017 Housing & Homelessness Conversations

Housing is an issue for all of us, and homelessness an issue for many.

A HumberHelp series of recorded conversations, in the run up to the General Election 2017.

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The Shortlist

Exhibition of works by artists shortlisted for the Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary, currently showing at Artlink Hull.

7th April 2017
Periodic Table of Emotions, by artist Aidan Moesby

Tanya Raabe-Webber at Artlink, Hull.

Nationally acclaimed portrait artist, Tanya, leads a series of workshops at Artlink, part of her ongoing Portraits Untold project.

14th February 2017
Tanya Raabe-Webber

Glass Percussion Workshop at Butterflies.

Leading percussionist, Brendan Murphy, explores sound with Butterflies Memory Loss Support Group.

24th January 2017
Glass percussion workshop at Butterlies Hull

Heads Up Festival - a retrospective in photographs.

Looking back at the first two years of Hull's popular, twice yearly, contemporary theatre festival.

25th September 2016
Heads Up Festival Hull


Interesting people who do interesting things, and with whom I've had the pleasure to meet, chat, and photograph.
portrait photos by jerome whittingham Hull

Eye See Me exhibition.

Hull based humanitarian photographer Rebecca Robyns walks me around her project's exhibition. 'Eye See Me' is a collection of images by children in South East Asia, the results of participatory photography workshops led by Rebecca.

20th September 2016
Eye See Me exhibition

Contemporary Voices.

African stories in Hull and East Yorkshire, an oral histories project for William Wilberforce Monument Fund and Hull Libraries.

Contemporary Voicves project, African stories in Hull and East Yorkshire

Moved - stories of poignant artistic experiences.

An oral histories project for Untold Hull, Hull City Libraries.

Moved - stories of poignant artistic experiences
Jerome Whittingham
Jerome Whittingham is a photographer, interviewer, and digital media producer. He specialises in supporting the voluntary sector, both locally in Hull and regionally. With a wide interest in social issues, culture, and the arts, Jerome regularly reports on topics including: homelessness, dementia, young people, social enterprise, community development, theatre, performing arts, visual arts.

Jerome has 2 teenage sons, and has lived in Hull since 1994.

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