Far Horizons
An exhibition of kites from around the world

Kites can come in all shapes and sizes, and this exhibition shows some of that amazing variety. Pauline Taylor of Infinite Arts (who has created Far Horizons International Kite Weekend at Beverley Racecourse – see page 22 for full details) has been collecting, making and flying kites for many years. Her kite collection includes kites made from feathers and leaves as well as those made in the traditional way from paper and bamboo. Modern day kites from rip-stop nylon and carbon fibre complete the collection, which has been drawn from countries in Europe and beyond. Alongside the kites, there is a chance to see the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) exhibition Colourful Kite Tales, giving a fascinating insight into the history of kites and capturing their beauty and diversity.

Saturday 9 – Friday 30 July

Monday – Saturday, 10.00am – 4.00pm

Admission prices

Artlink Centre for Community Arts
87 Princes Avenue
Hull HU5 3QP