Looking to get some fresh air over the festive period? Hull has many outdoor spaces for residents to enjoy. Whether you’re a seasoned walker or a casual stroller, there’s a … More
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
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
Ferens Art Gallery are delighted to announce an Ancient Egypt season this Spring/Summer 2023.
Featuring two free exhibitions supported by a dedicated programme for schools and public events, the season … More
Hull Central Library is hosting a free new exhibition illustrating the life of Philip Larkin.
Larkin’s Lighted Rooms: Love, Death and Hull, is an immersive experience featuring film, poems, music … 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
Adults across Hull who want to improve their numeracy skills can sign up for free courses and activities thanks to a £1.5m investment. It’s aimed at boosting opportunities for more … 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
The Ferens Art Gallery is putting a call out for an artist in residence to work at the Gallery from February to May next year.
Artists are invited to apply … More
Hull Museums are inviting visitors to enjoy a traditional Victorian Christmas in the Museums Quarter on Saturday 26 November, 10.00am-4.00pm.
The free Magic of Christmas event, run in partnership with … 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
Hull Museums and local community producers ARCADE are hosting Don’t Wait Up, an evening full of live entertainment, participation and protest.
It takes place on Friday 18 November, 6:30pm – … More
Queen Victoria’s own Jewel-Cabinet will visit the city as part of a new exhibition at the Ferens Art Gallery.
The exhibition is part of an ongoing partnership with Royal Collection … More
Local Hull lad 16-year-old Ethan Daintith awarded an annual membership to Hull’s leisure facilities with Hull Culture and Leisure Ltd, as part of a scheme to support the city’s future … More
Hull History Centre is opening its first in-house exhibition for two and a half years.
The centre has catalogued acquisitions made over 100 years and has uncovered a wealth of … More
A rising local artist has begun her residency at the Ferens Art Gallery as part of a commission by Hull City Council.
Erin Ledsom is an embroidery artist from Hull … More
Hull’s museum quarter will be transformed into a medieval encampment for the city-wide Festival of Archaeology.
On Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 July, 11am – 3.00 pm, visitors can come … More
The Ferens Art Gallery is set to host a groundbreaking new exhibition showcasing sculpture by women.
Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945 is the first extensive exhibition of … More
The artist Nahem Shoa has generously gifted two artworks to the Ferens Art Gallery.
Shoa originally contacted Kerri Offord, Curator of Art, to see if the Ferens would be interested … More
Magical Museum Member pupils are stepping back in time as they re-enact the Queen’s coronation.
The ‘God Save the Queen’ workshops run from Monday 16 – Friday 27 May and … More
A LEGO® exhibition Brick by Brick International LEGO® Brick Art is coming to the Ferens Art Gallery this month.
The Brick by Brick exhibition gathers the work of 18 artists, … More
Hull’s Hands on History Museum is reopening for the first time since lockdown.
The museum is due to reopen on Saturday 14 May. It will then be open as normal … More
Free adult swimming sessions are back thanks to the Hull Big Swim campaign, led by Hull Culture and Leisure.
Launched in 2019, the Hull Big Swim aims to motivate more … More
Councillor Daren Hale Roadworks Hull City Council Hull weekly roadworks update Hull: Yorkshire’s Maritime City Hull Culture and Leisure Councillor Anita Harrison Ferens Art Gallery Councillor Marjorie Brabazon Councillor Mark Ieronimo Trinity Market Fly-tipping Hull Maritime Museum Cllr Paul Drake Davis