Arts Council Events // July 2018

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What’s on in July – Arts Council

 6th The Wold Singers present their Summer Concert, 7.30pm at Old Brumby United Church, Ashby Road, Scunthorpe DN16 2AQ. Tickets are £6 on the door or by telephoning 01724 850518.

7th Life Drawing 10.30am-12.30pm at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe. £6, contact 01724 297070.

7th Comic Art Masterclass with Kev F Sutherland 11am-1pm or 2-4pm at Scunthorpe Central. £2, contact 01724 860161.

8th Special Sunday Opening at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe. Free entry.

8th Comic Art Masterclass with Kev F Sutherland 11am-1pm or 2-4pm at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe. £2, contact 01724 297070.

9th Willow Sheep and Pigs 10am-4pm at The Steel Rooms, Brigg DN20 8EQ. £62 including tools, materials and refreshments.

12th Untied Artists: Library Lion5.30pm at Scunthorpe Centre. £2, contact 01724 860161.

12th-14th Joyce Mason Dance Academy 7pm and 2pm at The Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe. £9.

13th Vikki Clayton in Concert, presented by Brigg Live Arts, 7.30pm at Brigg Servicemen’s Club. £8, contact Brigg Tourist Information 01652 657053 or 07716126982.

13th Swallows and Amazons (PG) 12.30pm at The Community Cinema, Crowle Market Hall. £3.50.

14th Summer Funday 10am-4pm at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe. Free.

14th Music from Medieval Vinegarth with de Mowbray’s Musicke, 7.30pm at St Andrew’s Church, Epworth. £7, contact 01427 873937 or email peter.barnard@me.com

14th Dramarama: Alice in Wonderland by Julie Meighan, 6.15pm at Frodingham Community Centre, Scunthorpe DN16 1TE. £1 payable on the door.

14th Rhythm of the Dance 7.30pm at The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe. £24.

14th Anna Gillespie: ‘Dwelling’ Exhibition Opening Event 1-3pm at The Steel Rooms, Brigg DN20 8EQ. Free.

15th Music for a Summer’s Evening with Isle Choral Singers, 7pm at St Andrew’s Church, Epworth. Free, contact 01427 871485 or 01302 265130.

17th Shared Reading Session10.30am at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe. Free, contact 01724 297070.

17th Heartbreak Productions: The Midnight Gang 6pm at Scunthorpe Central Park. Free but booking essential.

20th True Grit (15) 7.30pm at The Community Cinema, Crowle Market Hall. £3.50.

21st Next Steps: Felt Works of Art with Rosemary Firth 10.30am-3.30pm at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe. £30, contact 01724 297070.

21st Family Funday 10.30am-4pm at North Lincolnshire Museum, Scunthorpe. Free.

25th Imagination Gaming 10am-12noon at Park Library, Scunthorpe. Free.

25th Imagination Gaming 2.30-4.30pm at Messingham Library. Free.

25th Make a Clay Monster10.30am-12noon or 1-2.30pm at The Steel Rooms, Brigg DN20 8EQ. £12.

26th Imagination Gaming 10am-12noon at Ashby Library. Free.

26th Imagination Gaming 2.30-4.30pm at Winterton Library. Free.

 28th Scunthorpe and District Embroiderers’ Guild, 10am – 4pm at St. Paul’s Church Hall, Ashby, DN16 2JR. Chicken Scratch embroidery – visitors welcome £10 for full day including light refreshments.

28th Back to Basics: Willow Fish with Alison Walling 10.30am-  12.30pm at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe. £20, contact 01724 297070.

28th ARTivities Extra: Willow Fish with Alison Walling 1.30-4pm at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe. £5, contact 01724 297070.

30th Papercraft Flamingo 1.30-3.30pm at The Steel Rooms, Brigg DN20 8EQ. £12.

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Family Circus Skills Workshops

Join Earthbound Misfits for a fun and unique circus experience! Discover hand and balance skills with experienced circus artists. Open to all ages and abilities.

Wednesday 25 July 2-3pm and 3-4pm at Riddings Pool (to book contact 01724 280666)

Wednesday 8 August 1-2pm and 2-3pm at Epworth Leisure Centre (to book contact 01427 873845)

Monday 13 August 10am-11am and 11am-12pm at Baysgarth Leisure Centre (to book contact 01652 632511)

Monday 20 August 1-2pm and 2-3pm at Ancholme Leisure Centre (to book contact 01652 652031)

Saturday 1 September 1-2pm and 2-3pm at Normanby Hall Country Park (to book visit normanbyhall.eventbrite.co.uk)

 £3 per session or £10 for a group of 4

These events are part of the North Lincolnshire Circus Programme, supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Look out for new weekly aerial sessions at Ancholme Leisure Centre and outdoor circus performances across North Lincolnshire.


Grayson Perry Exhibition at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre this Summer

20-21 Visual Arts Centre in Scunthorpe will host Grayson Perry’s ‘The Vanity of Small Differences’ from 7 July to 9 September 2018.

Grayson Perry is a Turner Prize winning British artist, best known for his bold and colourful art.

Perry’s work, The Vanity of Small Differences, explores our fascination with taste and class through six large colourful tapestries. The exhibition will fill the Nave of the former St John’s Church at 20-21.

The tapestries tell the story of a fictional character, Tim Rakewell, as he makes his way up through the British social classes. Each tapestry is made of wool, cotton and silk on a mechanical loom and then coloured-in by hand.

 The exhibition is on loan to the gallery from the British Council Collection and Arts Council Collection.

 To accompany the exhibition, Grayson Perry worked with Channel 4 to create a documentary series, ‘All in The Best Possible Taste’, following the artist as he researched and produced the tapestries.

 As part of the exhibition at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, visitors will be able to see scenes from the Channel 4 documentaries alongside the tapestries themselves.

 20-21 Visual Arts Centre is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm. Special Sunday openings are 8 July and 9 September from 11am to 4pm.

 20-21 Visual Arts Centre also have a range of adult workshopsfamily activities and schools opportunities this summer.

 For more information on visiting 20-21, visit the 20-21 Visual Arts Centre website.


Winterton Sculpture Trail

The Winterton Sculpture Trail is an exciting community arts project taking place in Winterton this summer! 26 Tractor and Owl Sculptures will be on display around Winterton from Friday 25th May to Friday 14th September 2018. The trail is free and fun to follow at any time. To find out more and download a copy of the trail map, visit the Winterton 2022 website.

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