‘Out of the Box’, an event organised by Hull City Council’s Arts Development team in partnership with J-Night, will bring together people from across the city in a two-part free … More
Councillor Rob Pritchard
Wilberforce House Museum has been shortlisted for a national Change Lives Award 2023 from the Museum Association.
The museum’s work has been recognised in the Decolonising Museums Awards category. It … More
An appeal for Hullywood photographs is being made ahead of the launch of a new visitor guide, with the chance to win an exciting prize.
Residents and visitors have the … More
A new mural celebrating Beverley Road’s history has been unveiled at Pearson Primary School, thanks to Hull City Council and National Lottery players.
The artwork will help pupils learn more … More
Over on the east side of Pearson Park sits a blooming lovely piece of land that is bringing the community together.
Pearson Park Community Garden, based at East Lodge, just … More
Hull once again stands with Ukraine on the country’s Independence Day on Thursday 24 August.
The day marks 32 years since Ukraine declared independence from the Soviet Union.
It will … More
Hull’s rich history will be examined via a new collection of Hull Libraries’ hidden reference collections.
The Stacks 2. Intermittence is the latest look at publications stored for over a … More
Hull City Council is delighted to support big screen showings at the Humber Street Sesh of both the Challenge Cup Final and the England Lionesses at the Women’s World Cup.… More
Quiet sessions are to be trialled at three popular visitor attractions in Hull.
All sounds will be turned off for an hour at the Streetlife Museum, Hull and East Riding … More
A roaming visitor information point is being offered in Hull, via a custom cargo bike in the city centre.
It’s being manned by volunteers from HEY! Volunteering, who can give … More
A new sculpture is honouring Hull’s important silversmithing industry.
‘A Charm Bracelet for Hull’ will be at Hepworth’s Arcade until Saturday 12 August.
It’s been created by sculptor and printmaker … More
Hull City Council is celebrating Green Flag Awards for East Park and Pearson Park, as they retain the coveted status for another year.
The news that the two iconic sites … More
The 2023 annual Open Exhibition, which celebrates some of the best artistic talent in the region and across the UK, has opened at Ferens Art Gallery.
It features over 300 … More
A space rocket is to land in Hull, as part of a nationwide tour.
The UK Space Agency’s Space for Everyone event will be in Queen Victoria Square from Thurs … More
Free activities are back in Hull as ‘Healthy Holidays’ returns this summer.
Part of the Holiday Activities and Food Programme, it’s seen thousands of children, young people and families benefit … More
Hull’s medieval and Tudor History is to be celebrated, as the Festival of Archaeology returns for 2023.
Three events will be taking place in Hull’s Old Town across the weekend … More
Members of Hull’s BAME community have come together for a football tournament to mark Refugee Week.
People of various different nationalities were involved in the event, which took place at … More
Hull’s Trinity Market is to have a year-long artist showcase for the first time.
Hull-based artist Keith Key will display different pieces in the historic venue during the 12-month programme.… More
A new gallery is opening at Hull’s Streetlife Museum, celebrating local Gypsy and Traveller heritage.
Funded by Arts Council England, the display – complete with a life-sized model of a … More
The 90th anniversary of Hull’s famous Dettol is being celebrated at the Hull History Centre throughout this summer.
Dettol, one of Reckitt’s key brands, was the world’s first safe, … More
Hull City Council is supporting musicians and creative people in the city via two new projects.
The two-year industry development programmes are focussed on the creative industry and the music … More
A new display celebrating the legendary Clive Sullivan and rugby as a whole in Hull has opened at the Streetlife Museum.
Hull Museums has been working in partnership with the … More
A reigning national judo champion is being given free access to Hull’s public leisure facilities, after being identified as a potential future world-class competitor.
Gracie Wilson, 16, will benefit as … More
The Ferens Art Gallery is calling for submissions from professional and amateur artists for their 2023 Open Exhibition.
They’re inviting submissions from creatives across the city, whether they are seasoned … More
Get It Loud in Libraries present Welsh band Panic Shack in partnership with Hull Libraries, a live music event held in an unexpected setting: Hull Central Library.
Hailing from Cardiff, … More
Hull City Council will be marking Neurodiversity Celebration Week by inviting young people in Hull to take part in a creative competition that celebrates neurodiversity.
Neurodiversity Celebration Week takes place … More
HEY! Volunteering, a big, friendly enthusiastic family of volunteers, is hosting a recruitment drive.
Applications opens on Monday 16th January and provides an opportunity for the people of Hull and … More
Hull’s museums and art gallery have recorded their highest summer holiday visitor figures since 2017, with numbers far exceeding pre-Covid figures.
During the summer holidays, Ferens Art Gallery, Hull and … More
A newly conserved Invacar has gone on display at Hull’s Streetlife Museum to celebrate UK Disability History Month.
The car will be displayed alongside a film from the East Midlands … More
Hull Museums is delighted to announce a major £3.3m investment from Arts Council England (ACE) through its National Portfolio Programme to support and expand the work of the Humber Museums … More
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