Rowland Box was a print-maker who studied for his Diploma in Art & Design at Hull School of Art & Design in the mid 1960s, working there in the mid 1970s. He demonstrated technical excellence in printmaking and was a tireless campaigner for human rights, using his skills as an artist to raise awareness of politically-motivated persecution and cruelty, sectarian intolerance and violence. He searched for resolve and celebrated positives that shone through the chaos of hatred.He was a compassionate man, restlessly searching for ways to make the world a place of greater harmony.
Two years on from Rowland’s death aged seventy, this exhibition at Hull School of Art & Design’s Brodrick Gallery celebrates his work.
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