The fourth exhibition by the Yorkshire Ones – a textile and mixed media group of 9 artists who take inspiration from Hull’s seafaring past.
Focusing on three ships with relevance to Hull:
-Resolution, the ship used by Captain Cook on his second and third voyages
-Morning, the reflief ship for Scott’s discovery expedition to Antarctica
-Viola, Hull’s only remaining steam trawler
One of the highlights is a hand-embroidered replica waistcoat made from bark cloth which James Cook’s wife had planned to make for hi to wear to meet King George III but did not finish after his murder. Hull woman Alison Larkin has travelled to Australia to research it.
Please note, the Hull Maritime Museum opening times are:
Last entry is 30 mins before closing time
|Thu 27 Apr||10.00am||Free|
|Fri 28 Apr||10.00am||Free|
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|Monday||10am – 5pm|
|Tuesday||10am – 5pm|
|Wednesday||10am – 5pm|
|Thursday||10am – 7.30pm|
|Friday||10am – 5pm|
|Saturday||10am – 5pm|
|Sunday||11am – 4.30pm|
Hull Maritime Museum