A study in photography and film into the social world of Hull’s fishing community by Simon Sharp
The role the sea plays in emotional, mental and physical well-being.
An online exhibition of knitted herring inspired by the unique knitting heritage of coastal fishing communities of Scotland.
Now open ON-SITE and ONLINE: We look to the future to explore what the seas, and the fishing industry, will be like 50 years from now.
To celebrate the museum’s 50th anniversary, we focus on the last 50 years of the fishing industry charting the changes to the fleets, the harbours, the livelihoods and the lives of those who work to put fish on our tables.
Centring around the Tea Race of 1866, this exhibition will explore the 19th century Tea Trade and its impact on everyday life, both at sea and on shore.
LADA WILSON | SOUTH – an exhibition documenting an artistic investigation of the term ‘SOUTH’ and the many notions it conveys.
An exhibition highlighting the stories of some of those commemorated on our local war memorials, how their lives were touched by war and how our communities remember them.
An exploration of fish, its role in our diet, and the evolving fishing industry.
Exhibition showcasing over 30 of textile expert Stella Ruhe’s hand-knitted garments based on her extensive research of traditional designs