We are overjoyed that from 18th May we are able to re-open the gallery and welcome you back in to the building. Initially, our opening hours will be Tuesday – Friday 10.30am – 4.30pm with last admission at 4pm. This may be subject to change so do continue to check the website for any updates.
We have taken various measures to ensure your safety during your visit including; an increased cleaning regime; sanitiser points around the gallery and protective screens at our reception and retail areas; visitor numbers will be limited so at busy times it may be necessary to queue but we will do our best to keep this to a minimum. We have also installed touch free automatic doors in the reception area, to keep you safe and make it easier to enter the building.
We look forward to welcoming you back.
If you aren’t able to visit just yet there are a few new ways to explore the gallery and our lovely paintings.
You can enjoy a wonderful virtual tour of the current exhibition “First Flowers” by following this link, which takes you to the Captain Cook Memorial Museum website: https://www.cookmuseumwhitby.co.uk/whats-on/florilegium-exhibition-at-pannett-art-gallery
We have a small selection of stories, written by local children, on display in the cabinet in the Staithes Gallery. These are part of a National Literacy Trust project, Connecting Stories. You can read more about this project and watch a video introducing the work displayed in the gallery by following this link to the National Literacy Trust website: : https://literacytrust.org.uk/communities/connecting-stories/connecting-stories-exhibitions/our-stories-whitby-scarborough-filey-exhibition/
Discover Yorkshire Coast is hosting a virtual festival, “Fish & Ships”. Enjoy a selection of videos introducing you to some of our lovely paintings by clicking this link, which will take you to the Discover Yorkshire Coast website: https://www.discoveryorkshirecoast.com/discover/whats-on/major-events-and-festivals/fish-and-ships
Watch our family friendly video, “Making Waves”, exploring ways to create your own sea themed artworks at home and when you are outside: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0asOcb4lU0&list=PLmm6O2U3tv30an2YGyBsPnl_Bdm-GxdEF&index=8 then try out some of these ideas yourself.
Have fun exploring our paintings here on the website and through these links, then do come and visit us soon.
THANK YOU for your support. Please keep safe, and do continue to check our website for updates.