At 20-21 Visual Arts Centre our work is to present new and exciting art and artists to the local community, but many of our staff are artists in their own right who maybe rarely get the chance to shine. Dark Horses introduces the 20-21 team and explores the pool of creative talent and experience which has been drawn together into the various roles within the gallery. And there are more than a few ‘dark horses’ among us.
Dark Horses will be shown in the Link Gallery from 12 October – 7 December (closed Sunday, Monday).
For the final show in this year’s Introducing exhibitions, 20-21 has selected an artist from this years college end of year shows. Our choice this year is Lewis Robbins who has impressed us with his large scale paintings and ink drawings
Introducing: Lewis Robbins will be shown in the Linear Gallery from 19 November – 7 December (closed Sunday, Monday).
London based curator Ian Williamson curates this exhibition. He draws together the work of a range of artists who take inspiration from the aspirational ‘lifestyle’ films made to sell luxury high-end property.
Villa Rosa will be shown in the Showcase Gallery from 12 October – 7 December (closed Sunday, Monday).
Pottery and Café room, with a range of items for you which you are able to paint and other activities on offer.
All proceeds go to Inspiring Family Solution which provide support for families with children aged 0 -11 years old.
Runs term time only.
For more information contact Nikki on 07521 314 011.
Date Reviewed: 6.2.20
West Halton Sunbeams is a toddler group where parents, grandparents and carers of children from birth to five can meet.
The children can play while the adults have a drink and chat.
Each week the children are provided with a snack and drink and a variety of activities.
This Parent and Toddler Group is during term-time only.
Date Reviewed: 9.8.2019
Speakers, lunches out and outings.
We meet on the foruth Tuesday of the month from 2pm at the Vicar’s Room, Barrow-upon-Humber.
All retired or semi-retired people welcome.
Date reviewed: 22.8.19
Meets every Tuesday at Hibaldstow Village Hall from 2pm to 4pm.
For more information contact Bryan Sheppard.
Date reviewed: 14.08.19
The Tree will be lit from 3.00pm on Saturday November 16th until 3.00pm on Saturday January 4th 2020 with music being played at both events, and is seen as a symbol of hope and comfort for those who find Christmas a sad and lonely time.
This provides an opportunity for all members of the community to place a memory card on it in remembrance of departed loved ones. Cards will be available from Design Orchard; E-Cig; Cure DM; Brigg Carers’ Support; St John’s Church; Brigg Methodist Church; The Deli Diner; Co-op Funeralcare; Naylors Funeral Directors and Brigg Tourist Information Centre.
Raffle tickets will also be available with the winners being announced on Saturday January 4th. A Book of Remembrance will be situated at The Tourist Information Centre for those who want to record an entry for a loved one in addition to placing a memory card on the tree.
All monies raised will be donated to the Brigg Carers’ Support Centre and The Congenital Myotonic Dystrophy Fight.