James Hull has made an important contribution to the Boston area art community because of his innovative thinking, collaborative spirit, boundless energy, and practical know-how. He conceives of unusual, inventive projects, such as the Boston Drawing Project and the Gallery @ Green Street, and actually gets them realized. Both projects have presented to the public the work of countless, talented Boston area artists whose work might otherwise not have been seen if it had not been for James's creativity and resourcefulness.

- Rachel Rosenfield Lafo, Director of Richmond Gallery, Vancover. Former Associate Curator Portland Art Museum, Oregon. Former Director of Curatorial Affairs, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park

Above: Eager buyers wait in line for the start of the 150 x150 MAD DASH! at Laconia Gallery in 2011

Press Quotes and Comments by artists about James Hull as Curator and Cultural Catalyst

(Below: Supporters and staff at the 5th Year Birthday party for Green Street Gallery in 1994)

Public gallery talks by exhibiting artists bring audiences together for the exchange of ideas
( below: Chido Johnson talk at SUAG)

 

Boston-Como, More Than an Art Exchange 2013. A 30 artist, 6 venue, month-long art exhibiton and event in Como, Italy (Spazio Natta pictured below)

A 12 artist Residency and Exhibition in Florence, Italy organized by James Hull in 2011 at Villa Palmerino

Curatorial Introduction to exhibition given in Florence Italy during La Residenza Villa Palmerino