Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Education at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre for 2015/16

We hope you have all had a great year and enjoyed your summer holidays.
We have heaps of innovative and engaging ways for schools to get the most out of our exhibitions this year.

October Half Term 2015

This October half term is full of fantastic creative  opportunities for families and young people here at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre. October 24 sees the opening of two amazing exhibitions, Animotion and Memorial Structure, an exhibition by artist Robert Koenig. Our Big Draw event is on the same day where there will be two artist led workshops and the chance to meet artist Robert Koenig. During the week there will be other artist led workshops linked to the Animotion exhibition and Saturday 31 October sees our Pumpkin Madness, Pumpkin Day.


Coming Soon

24 October to 9 January


Animotion celebrates animation in all its forms. With a focus on interactivity and pushing new and traditional animation techniques. This exhibition promises to be a colourful and inspiring exhibition for all to enjoy.

Works include time-lapse animation with a giant  zoetrope, colourful projections on the inside of a giant Day of the Dead inspired sugar skull, and interactive origami inspired artworks.

The exhibition is partnered with Academy Award  winners Aardman Animations and presents an        interactive Animate It! zone where visitors will be able to learn about Aardman’s film-making process and experiment with techniques including green-screen, stop-motion and zoetropes. 

This fantastic exhibition will be of interest for English, Media, Drama, IT, PSHE and Art curriculum topics.



Memorial Structure an exhibition by artist Robert Koenig
24 October 2015 to 20 February 2016 
Artist, Robert Koenig will be making a major new piece of work especially for the church space. The installation will create a space for contemplation, recollection and  reminiscence, decorated inside by using differing techniques that Robert has mastered over the past 35 years. Reliefs and sculptural carvings in his distinctive style will tackle themes of migration, loss, discrimination, fear and collective responsibility.
This new commission will be of interest for DT, PSHE, History, Geography and Art subjects.

Project work at 
20-21 Visual Arts Centre
20-21 Visual Arts Centre is committed to supporting education for all ages. If you have any ideas or projects you would like to develop we are more than happy to help.  We have experience in Teacher Training, After School Clubs, Whole School Art Development, Arts Award delivery, Community Artist led projects and more.

If you would like more information or just a chat about any of the above please contact us.