A public exhibition of player worn Hull City kits and memorabilia will tell the story of the club’s visual identity (Continues below...)
Categories & Tags Age 13-15, Age 16-17, Age 4-7, Age 8-12, Family Events, Football, Free, Hull City, Over-18s, Over-30s, Over-40s, Over-50s, Over-60s, Sports, tigers, Under £5, What's on in Hull City of Culture 2017
What's it about?
A public exhibition of player worn Hull City kits and memorabilia will tell the story of the club’s visual identity and its integral place in Hull culture.
A collaboration between amateur collectors, the Hull City Supporters’ Trust (HCST) and the Streetlife Museum, this project will explore the city’s connection to the colours black and amber! Celebrating how football brings together people from all backgrounds, supporters will be encouraged to share reminiscences evoked by a collection of black and amber garb.
Former players will describe what wearing club colours meant to them, and workshops will be held for children to design new kits.
Please note, the Streetlife Museum opening times are:
Last entry is 30 mins before closing time.
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