The Scottish Fisheries Museum is delighted that Knitting the Herring is one of the finalists shortlisted in the prestigious Engaging People Awards 2021.
A study in photography and film into the social world of Hull’s fishing community by Simon Sharp
Led by local, published author Geoff Barker, the Reading Round is a reading group with a difference.
We need your help to tell the story of this rare survivor from the heyday of fishing.
At a critical time for public engagement in museums we have vacancies for two new members to join our staff team to combine the highlights of our past practices with the best of our new thinking into digital connection, community engagement and outreach.
We are currently seeking pro-active and enthusiastic part-time Visitor Assistants to join our team welcoming visitors aboard our historic vessel.
Yolande Kenny captures life in the villages and natural world of the East Neuk
The Scottish Fisheries Museum is one of 14 museums across the UK to benefit from UK Research and Innovation and Arts and Humanities Research Council investment that will help shape the future of UK museums.
Lost at Sea, the sound installation created by internationally acclaimed composer and artist Scanner for the East Neuk Festival, 2018, is unveiled as a new permanent addition to the displays at the Scottish Fisheries Museum.
This week, National Historic Ships UK is launching the Shipshape Network Hub initiative!