The Museum of Club Culture, the first of its kind opened in Hull, East Yorkshire. Now relocated to: Suite 5, Bond 31, 42 High Street, Hull, HU1 1PS.
Thursday, 21 July 2011
The worlds' only Museum of Club Culture at 10 Humber Street, Hull, HU1 1TG in Hull's creative and culture quarter The Fruit Market is celebrating its first anniversary!
For the past year the Museum has hosted a cluster of exhibitions, screenings, workshops and talks by renowned authors, film makers, photographers and artists and we now present our anniversary exhibition Memorabilia!
An exhibition of nightclub flyers, pin and sewn badges, style publications, cut n paste zines, music graphics, illustrations, reportage photography and video from the museum's archival collection.
Memorabilia! Exhibition is a look behind the world of clubs and sub cultures and highlights the importance of identity, memory, history and community. This exhibition champions the cultural significance of nightclubs and street style and the role they have played in shaping modern culture. The artefacts on exhibition collected during the past thirty years from scenes including Northern Soul, Hip Hop, Rare Groove, House and Rave, provide insights on the subterranean world of nightclubs and the attitudes, hairstyles, clothing and interests that have come to define nightclubbing and sub cultures. The Memorabilia! Exhibition is a multi media experience reflecting the ever shifting landscape of nightlife and sub cultures at home and abroad.
Exhibition runs from 13th August - 2nd October 2011 Open weekends 11am – 5pm or during the week by appointment. To make an appointment email email@example.com Admission Free