Everyone should feel that their voice will be heard, no matter what challenges they face.
One percent of the adult population stammers. Through art, Hear In Hull, a project by Artlink Centre for Community Arts in partnership with Humber NHS Foundation Trust, explores their unique voices. Creating an understanding, building confidence and challenging perceptions, it works collaboratively with people who stammer, their families, therapists, teachers, artists and members of the public.
Challenge your own preconceptions with a new animation, My Stammering Tap, from Fuzzfeed’s Peter Snelling, installation and an exhibition of portraits by Hull College students.
The multi-media exhibition runs at Artlink until 27 Oct, Monday to Saturday, from 10am to 4pm. From 17 to 18 Nov, the exhibition will be on show at St Stephen’s Shopping Centre, from 10am to 4pm and on 8 Dec, it will be on show at Hull Paragon Interchange from 10am to 4pm.
And if you can’t make it to the exhibition but want to see the Hear In Hull animation, you can catch it before three of the screenings at the Short Film City Festival at Fruit in Hull. The screenings are Best of Fest Anca and 2097: We Made Ourselves Over (23 Oct), Euro Film Academy: Short Matters Tour Pt 2 (14 Nov) and Best of LIFF 31 Shorts (20 Nov).
|Tue 24 Oct||10.00am||Free||
|Wed 25 Oct||10.00am||Free||
|Thu 26 Oct||10.00am||Free||
|Fri 27 Oct||10.00am||Free||
|Fri 17 Nov||10.00am||Free||
|Sat 18 Nov||10.00am||Free||
|Fri 8 Dec||10.00am||Free||
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Hear in Hull is part of the Hull 2017 Creative Communities Programme.