20-21 Visual Arts Centre organises touring exhibitions which are available for other museums and galleries to hire.
To complement each touring exhibition, we provide a detailed tour pack which includes instructions for installing, dismantling and maintaining the exhibition. Text panels and exhibit labels are also provided.
Nearly every exhibition is accompanied by a selection of hands-on gallery interactives. Some also include posters and flyers for printing, a catalogue and postcards for resale and an education resource pack for teachers and venue education staff.
One way transportation for the exhibition is included in the hire fee. Hiring venues are responsible for the onward transportation of the exhibition and the insurance of the show whilst at their venue and during onward transportation.
We may be able to provide touring shows at short notice so if, due to circumstances beyond your control, you find that you have a gap in your exhibition programme, please get in touch with our Touring Exhibitions Officer, Janine Parrish via our online form or tel 01724 297076.
Current touring exhibitions on offer:
- Human Machines – Kinetic Sculptures by Johnny White and Amanda Wray
- Brick by Brick – Artists inspired by the iconic LEGO® brick
- Mythomania – Work by Ian Kirkpatrick
Art In The Minster
Art In The Minster is a programme of contemporary art exhibitions at Grimsby Minster, produced in partnership with arts collective Our Big Picture. The project presents works that have previously been exhibited at 20-21, within the setting of a busy working church and community hub. Special consideration has been given to artworks that are appropriate to the setting, either responding to world religions or that work well within the architectural setting.
Art In the Minster programme:
- 8 March to 5 April 2017 – Tracey Holland – Ordinalia
- 18 January to 15 February 2017 – Sharon Campbell and Lauren Sagar – Chandelier of Lost Earrings
- 6 April to 21 May 2016 – Richard Bartle – Deities at the Bottom of the Garden
- 14 September to 19 October 2016 – Robert Koenig – Memorial Structure