Exhibition

Jason Wilsher-Mills: Are We There Yet?

24 February - 2 June 2024
Monday - Saturday 10am-4.30pm, Sunday 11am-4pm
Free to all

Join us at the Ferens for a colourful journey into the imagination and experiences of disabled artist Jason Wilsher-Mills!

Join us at the Ferens for a colourful journey into the imagination and experiences of disabled artist Jason Wilsher-Mills!

Created in response to disabled communities in Hull, Wakefield and Manchester, Jason’s theatrical portraits and sculptures reflect aspects of his personality, memory, and disability. This family friendly exhibition is suitable for all ages and includes Augmented Reality (AR) and interactive experiences.

Jason’s fun, empowering and insightful creations will excite and move you. Through this exhibition you’ll gain a greater understanding of our world and how those with disabilities experience it.

Alongside the exhibition will be an exciting and accessible programme of events and activities for all ages. This includes a talk by Jason in May, baby sensory sessions, storytelling, relaxed openings, workshops delivered by artists, and craft sessions.

Free, drop-in.

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Ferens Art Gallery

Queen Victoria Square, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU1 3RA
01482 613902

Free to all

Opening times

Daily, 10am - 4 30pm (Sunday 11am - 4pm)

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