If you’ve been into town lately you may have noticed the pink and white Feral colours now adorn the front of the former Co-operative Bank on Alfred Gelder Street and a massive Feral logo on the side of our building provides a back drop for drinkers at our neighbour, the Empress pub. We have negotiated the use of the building for the next couple of years with our friends at Wykeland Group and, whilst not abandoning our feral principles, we are pleased to have our own teaching and studio space in the centre of town for the foreseeable future. The building houses our new Supported Studios project which provides individual studio spaces on a 3 monthly programme for students who have completed a number of our courses. Over the summer our print studio will be relocating from the Avenues Centre. From September print and painting classes will be held in the new building. Our textiles and fashion studio remains at Juice Studios on Humber Street. Our partners Hull Dance will be using the top floor of the Feral building to develop their work with youth and community groups and professional dancers.