Category: Exhibition – Touring

Mythomania

A New Exhibition of Work by Ian Kirkpatrick

Brick by Brick

International LEGO® Brick Art Brick by Brick is a new touring exhibition of work by international artists, designers and photographers who use LEGO® bricks as their medium. The show will include a range of two and three dimensional work in

Art In The Minster – Sharon Campbell and Lauren Sagar – Chandelier of Lost Earrings

Grimsby Minster – 18 January to 15 February 2017 The Chandelier of Lost Earrings is the third in a programme of contemporary art exhibitions at Grimsby Minster organised by Our Big Picture in partnership with 20-21 Visual Arts Centre. The result

Nick Sharratt – Pirates, Pants & Wellyphants

Nick Sharratt, the man behind the instantly recognisable illustrations for Jacqueline Wilson’s Tracy Beaker books, is now the subject of a new colourful, humorous and hands-on exhibition – Pirates, Pants and Wellyphants – The Illustrated World of Nick Sharratt. Exploring

Everyday Objects

Life Cycle of the Mosquito by Johnny White

Jason Taylor is an established designer who has worked on many diverse projects and commissions. He has exhibited and sold his range of lighting and furniture around the world, in art galleries and museums, as well as high street shops

Deities at the Bottom of the Garden

Artist Richard Bartle with sheds - Deities at the Bottom of the Garden touring exhibition

In Deities at the Bottom of the Garden, artist Richard Bartle explores in minute detail the customs and icons of major world religions and belief systems. Manifested in a series of 12 scale modelled garden sheds, Bartle’s work reduces the

Human Machines – Kinetic Sculptures by Johnny White and Amanda Wray

Life Cycle of the Mosquito by Johnny White

Due to the phenomenal success of Beastly Machines, Johnny White and Amanda Wray are currently working on a new touring exhibition entitled Human Machines. The exhibition opens at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre on 20 July and runs until 21 September 2019.

AniMotion

The AniMotion exhibition is the second of two major touring exhibitions developed by 20-21 Visual Arts Centre in partnership with darts, Doncaster and The Civic, Barnsley as part of the ShowStoppers project, supported by Arts Council England’s Strategic Touring Scheme. Using animation as

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