Fundays and Events

 

Here at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre we offer a number of fundays throughout the year. These are usually linked to our exhibitions and are family orientated. As well as our artivity table, we have as many different activities, often with exhibiting artists. We also regularly feature children’s entertainers, and have lots of helpful volunteers to make sure you enjoy your day. For further information on any of our upcoming events, email 20-21.epd@northlincs.gov.uk or call 01724 297070.


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15-21 June Refugee Week

The Giant Dolls’ House Project – Deadline 20 June

 

The Giant Dolls’ house project is an inter­na­tion­al col­lab­o­ra­tive arts project. It engages local com­mu­ni­ties and rais­es aware­ness for home­less­ness and refugees. The aim of the project is to make peo­ple aware of the impor­tance of a home and com­mu­ni­ty for all and to cel­e­brate a unit­ed diversity.

In previous years the Giant Dolls’ House Project has take place in specific venues. But this year instead there is to be a Vir­tu­al Giant Dolls’ House project. The organisers are asking chil­dren of all ages and their close ones to cre­ative­ly share their expe­ri­ence of stay­ing in one space because of self-iso­la­tion and social distancing, and to think of the 70 mil­lion refugees around the world have also lost their free­dom of move­ment and access to their communities.

All you are asked to do is to create a dolls’ house in a shoebox. Get creative, get inventive and use what you have to hand. You can make a box with mem­bers of their house­hold or on your own. Along with your box, write a short sto­ry or expla­na­tion about it: what you made and why, or a thought to go with your box. Then email a photograph of your shoebox dolls’ house along with your description to the organisers. On World Refugee Day, 20 June, they will digitally combine it with all the others sent in, to create one giant global community dolls’ house. Find out more and submit your dolls’ house at The Giant Dolls’ House Project website.

The Giant Dolls’ House Project is led by architect Catja de Haas and is supported by Oxfam and the London Festival of Architecture.

 

 

 

 

 

Our gallery events are suitable for all, but children under-eight must be accompanied by a participating adult.

To find out more about the events and activities taking place at 20-21, please visit our What’s on pages.