Brick by Brick at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre

Brick by Brick at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre from Saturday 5 October to 4 January 2020

International LEGO® Brick Art

20-21 is proud to host the brand new touring exhibition Brick by Brick which gathers the work of more than 15 artists, designers and photographers from around the world who use LEGO® bricks as their medium or inspiration. Using this simple plastic construction block as their starting point, they have created stunning, thought provoking and often humorous artworks which will appeal to art enthusiasts and LEGO® fans alike.

 

Artists represented include internationally renowned artist Michael Brennand-Wood has created four stunning artworks especially for this exhibition. Using a range of colours, shapes and sizes of bricks, Michael has created a series of abstract montages which have a mesmerising appeal to them.

Other artists represented in the exhibition are:

  • Brazilian photographer Valentino Fialdini
  • ‘The Little Artists’ (John Cake and Darren Neave)
  • ‘Little Big Art’ (Cardiff based artist/designer Andy Morris)
  • David Hughes
  • American born artist Janet Curley Cannon
  • Samsofy (French photographer Sofiane Samlal).

This family friendly exhibition includes a whole range of opportunities for visitors to get creative with construction bricks and will include a LEGO® wall. There will be a range of events and workshops, throughout the course of the exhibition, with guest LEGO® specialists sharing their expertise. And not just for children too. 20:21 are offering adult workshops, for grown up enthusiasts and collectors. For more information and to visit their website click here.

 


Address: 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Church Square Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, DN15 6TB

Opening times: Tuesday to Saturday 10am-4pm

Website: www.2021visualartscentre.co.uk

Telephone: 01724 297070

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LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorise, endorse or otherwise support this exhibition or related events. The LEGO Group do not accept any responsibility for any unforeseen outcomes linked to this exhibition or related events.

 

 

 

 

What a year 2017 was for North Lincolnshire

WHAT A YEAR 2017 WAS FOR NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE.

Take a look back at some of our favourite bits from the past 12 months!

– 15,000 people watched the City of Culture fireworks from Waters’ Edge in Barton

– In February, Treasured City opened at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre

– North Lincolnshire hosted stage three of the Tour of Britain

Ashby Ville Boardwalk


The possibilities are endless when you visit North Lincolnshire. You could be planning a day out for the family, a romantic getaway or shopping trip. Want to try extreme sports and adventurous outdoor pursuits?… You can! Want to chill out with a visit to a luxurious spa and golf resort?… You can! Want to stay in “Quality” accommodation?… You can! North Lincolnshire has it all, rich in heritage, culture and the arts with an abundance of green open space.

PLAN YOUR TRIP TODAY

 

Proud to host the OVO Energy Tour of Britain

The start of Stage 3 will begin at Normanby Hall Country Park and finish in Scunthorpe outside Central Park. Our stage is very spectator friendly with the whole race staying within the North Lincs boundary, so be prepared to get your flags and banners out on multiple occasions. On race day there will be plenty to do for all ages with entertainment, a range of stalls and fun activities.  For further information on the route take a look at our own North Lincs Tour of Britain website with details on the proposed route, showing places of interest you can cycle past and North Lincolnshire’s cycle routes for those shortcuts on the race day – www.nltour.co.uk.

North Lincs ToB website also provides details on sponsorship packages for local businesses large or small to get involved in this fantastic opportunity, whether it be a main sponsor or In Kind sponsorship. Keep an eye out on a community pack coming soon, demonstrating on how local communities can partake in this exciting event. From spray painting bikes in the local stage colours of green and blue to creating artistic bicycle sculptures and fun aerial images that will be filmed and shown on TV.

Not only will Stage 3 be a day to put in our diary but we will also be holding a ‘Cycling Extravaganza’ in August at Normanby Hall and North Lincs Tour of Britain Sportive in the coming months. For all up to date information sign up to our newsletter on our website.

If you have any questions about the race day, or fancy signing up to be a volunteer or a local business that wants to get involved contact the North Lincs Tour of Britain Team at TOB@northlincs.gov.uk or 01724 296830.