Apr
10
Fri
Blue Door Advice Service @ Brigg Children's Centre
Apr 10 @ 09:30 – 16:30

Weekly drop in session for anyone who may be experiencing domestic abuse.

 

Date Reviewed: 14.2.20

Pony Easter Egg Hunt @ H&H Equestrian
Apr 10 @ 09:30 – 15:30

Jump on board and explore the surrounds to find all the tasty treats!
Don’t forget to bring some sandwiches to enjoy with all your chocolatey treats!

ARTivities @ 20-21 Visual Arts Centre
Apr 10 @ 10:00 – 16:00

Why not drop-in and make the most of our free activity table, where we have a range of “ARTivities” for youngsters to enjoy. Inspired by our exciting exhibition programme, our artivities change on a regular basis, so there is always something new for your kids to try their hand at!

Available on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10am to 4pm.

All ages are welcome.

These activities are free but any donations towards the cost of materials are gratefully received.

 

Date reviewed: 6.2.2020

Drop-in copper jewellery making sessions with Eleanor Rogerson @ North Lincolnshire Museum
Apr 10 @ 10:00 – 16:00

Jewellery making

Come along and try some copper working techniques, including ones used in Medieval times.

Have a go at embossing. This is a technique in which small tools are used to dent the copper to create a pattern or picture on the surface. Suitable for adults and children aged 8+.

Use a jeweller’s saw to cut shapes such as leaves, hearts and birds out of the copper. The cut shapes can be used to make necklaces or key rings. Suitable for adults and children aged 16+.

Embossing sessions 10th April 10am-12pm and 12th April 1pm-4pm.

Shape cutting sessions 10th April 1pm-4pm and 12th April 1pm-4pm.

£5 per person for each session.

There is no need to book but numbers are limited so come early to avoid disappointment.

Children must be accompanied at all times.

Part of our Medieval Crafts exhibition 

THIS EXHIBITION WILL BE A CELEBRATION OF THE RICH ARRAY OF SKILLS AND TRADES PRACTISED DURING THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD.

The work of Medieval craftsmen and women could be found throughout society, from spectacular high-status items to simple everyday objects such as pottery and clothing. Examples of much of this work still survive today, but the processes that created them are often overlooked.

In this exhibition we will be exploring the stories behind the finished products. ‘Medieval Crafts’ will look at the tools and techniques used to make these artefacts, at how they changed and developed through time and how they fitted into wider Medieval society.

Exhibition: Our Plastic Ocean – Mandy Barker @ 20-21 Visual Arts Centre
Apr 10 @ 10:00 – 16:00
Exhibition: Our Plastic Ocean - Mandy Barker @ 20-21 Visual Arts Centre

Our Plastic Ocean, by international award-winning photographer Mandy Barker, addresses the current global crisis of marine plastic pollution. Barker collects debris from shorelines across the world and transforms them into powerful and captivating images. This exhibition is the first major touring retrospective of her work.

At first glance, the images are reminiscent of sea creatures and corals suspended in the dark of the sea. However a closer look reveals them to be made up of footballs, fishing nets, cotton buds, coffee-cup lids and other ocean debris. Barker highlights the plastic pollution now ubiquitous in our seas. Currently, 8 million tonnes of plastic end up in the world’s oceans every year, and if these trends continue, our oceans could contain more plastic than fish by 2050.

Our Plastic Ocean is an Impressions Gallery touring exhibition curated by Angela Sheard.

 

Image: The World, from the series Penalty  ©Mandy Barker

Exhibition: TRUE TO SIZE – Heather Phillipson @ 20-21 Visual Arts Centre
Apr 10 @ 10:00 – 16:00
Exhibition: TRUE TO SIZE - Heather Phillipson @ 20-21 Visual Arts Centre

True to Size is a bold, colourful journey through seven sculptural vignettes that combine online culture with ideas of fantasy, emotion and care.

The exhibition features mass produced materials, such as large printed emojis and teddy bears with sound and video animation in a series of fantastical and furry sculptural narratives. In one scene, a bear wearing a pink ball gown climbs a set of cardboard steps, and then emerges triumphant from emoji flames. In another, a bear has cut itself in half with giant emoji scissors.

True to Size by Heather Phillipson was commissioned in 2015 by the Arts Council to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Arts Council Collection. As only the second time that this unique touring exhibition has been displayed in its entirety, this really is a rare opportunity to view this work in full.

 

Image: Heather Phillipson – True to Size Pt 3

Medieval Crafts Exhibition @ North Lincolnshire Museum
Apr 10 @ 10:00 – 16:00
Medieval Crafts Exhibition @ North Lincolnshire Museum

THIS EXHIBITION WILL BE A CELEBRATION OF THE RICH ARRAY OF SKILLS AND TRADES PRACTISED DURING THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD.

The work of Medieval craftsmen and women could be found throughout society, from spectacular high-status items to simple everyday objects such as pottery and clothing. Examples of much of this work still survive today, but the processes that created them are often overlooked.

In this exhibition we will be exploring the stories behind the finished products. ‘Medieval Crafts’ will look at the tools and techniques used to make these artefacts, at how they changed and developed through time and how they fitted into wider Medieval society.

Drop-in copper jewellery making sessions with Eleanor Rogerson (Postponed) @ North Lincolnshire Museum
Apr 10 @ 10:30 – 16:00

Jewellery making

Come along and try some copper working techniques, including ones used in Medieval times.

Have a go at embossing. This is a technique in which small tools are used to dent the copper to create a pattern or picture on the surface. Suitable for adults and children aged 8+.

Use a jeweller’s saw to cut shapes such as leaves, hearts and birds out of the copper. The cut shapes can be used to make necklaces or keyrings. Suitable for adults and children aged 16+.

Embossing sessions 10th April 10:30am-12pm and 12th April 1:30pm-4pm.

Shape cutting sessions 10th April 1pm-4pm and 12th April 1:30pm-4pm.

£5 per person for each session.

There is no need to book but numbers are limited so come early to avoid disappointment.

Children must be accompanied at all times.

Part of our Medieval Crafts exhibition 

THIS EXHIBITION WILL BE A CELEBRATION OF THE RICH ARRAY OF SKILLS AND TRADES PRACTISED DURING THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD.

The work of Medieval craftsmen and women could be found throughout society, from spectacular high-status items to simple everyday objects such as pottery and clothing. Examples of much of this work still survive today, but the processes that created them are often overlooked.

In this exhibition we will be exploring the stories behind the finished products. ‘Medieval Crafts’ will look at the tools and techniques used to make these artefacts, at how they changed and developed through time and how they fitted into wider Medieval society.

Zumba Gold Chair @ Brumby Community Centre
Apr 10 @ 12:30 – 13:15

Zumba Gold – Chair

Join in every other Friday from 12.30pm at Brumby Community Centre.

Zumba Gold – Chair is suitable for EVERYONE!!

You dance in a chair, so it’s great if you have reduced mobility because it’s fun and helps you to move more.

There are no wrong moves!! You don’t need to worry about having two left feet.

You’ll leave the class feeling reinvigorated and uplifted.

 

Date reviewed: 1.10.19
A Reason To Knit – Epworth Hub @ Epworth Community Wellbeing and Youth Hub
Apr 10 @ 13:00 – 15:00

Sessions held every Friday from 1pm to 3pm.

Sessions free of charge.

 

Date reviewed: 24.10.19