The Ropewalk Museum
ROPEWALK MAGAZINE

Welcome to The Ropewalk Website.

The Ropewalk is a regionally acclaimed centre for the arts housing four gallery spaces, a sculpture garden, coffee shop and facilities for printmaking and room hire.

Ropery Hall is small scale venue for film, theatre, comedy and music.

The centre is situated slightly to the east of the Humber Bridge, on the southern bank of the River Humber. Stretching out towards the bank, at almost a quarter of a mile long, The Ropewalk was initially part of a rope making factory; opening in 1767, the factory eventually closed in 1989.

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Humber To The Wash Open

A busy opening at our biennial Open Exhibition, Humber to The Wash. 83 artists are represented and a total of 137 works are displayed. The Selector’s Prize was shared between Lynne Bennett and Ian Mitchell for their entries “Yorkshire Moors” and “Structure 2” respectively. The Ropewalk Prize was awarded to Julie Green for her entry “New Beginings”.  One further prize, voted for by visitors to the exhibition will be announced at a later date. The exhibition runs throughout the summer and closes on September 2.

The Craft Gallery

The Pop out Card Company

Jonathon Aspinall has created a range of bright and beautiful products that are a wonderful combination of a greeting card and gift all rolled into one. Each card comes with a flat packed decorative keepsake for the recipient to pop out and build, as well as a miniature greeting card.

Made in the UK the cards are a 100% recycle-able manufactured with eco-friendly material.

Twink’s June Cartoon

Click on the image above to see Twink Addison’s latest cartoon.

Artsmark For Schools

Artsmark is the creative quality standard for schools and education settings, awarded by Arts Council England, recognising their commitment to high quality arts and cultural education. Click HERE for more information…

 

Coffee Shop Blog

Click on the image above to read Chris’ Blog