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UPDATE // The Hunt for Hidden Treasure -20:21 Visual Arts

UPDATE:09/03/2017

Sadly the treasure hunt is now OVER as the Grimsby family of geocachers  pick up their second find. They painstakingly cracked the last coded painting and found the gold near to San Pietro by a wooden fence. Lucky them and well done for cracking it. Continue reading UPDATE // The Hunt for Hidden Treasure -20:21 Visual Arts

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Review // The Hunt for Hidden Treasure -20:21 Visual Arts

The hunt began at 10am on Saturday morning when the Visual Art Centre opened it’s doors to reveal the 5 paintings with the codes to crack as to where the location of the hidden treasure is. Continue reading Review // The Hunt for Hidden Treasure -20:21 Visual Arts

ART // Fancy Finding yourself some treasure worth over £1000?

Treasured City

Treasured City is a new artwork by Luke Jerram commissioned by 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe.

In September 2016 Luke visited North Lincolnshire Museum and selected 5 small artefacts that he and the curator felt represented the region. Continue reading ART // Fancy Finding yourself some treasure worth over £1000?

20-21 Visual Arts Centre // Need Your Vote

From 11am on Friday 1st May to 8pm Saturday 16th May you can vote for your favourite venue to win an extraordinary contemporary artist to host a Museums at Night event in October. Choose the venue you want to vote for and fill in your contact details and you could also take part in the event if your chosen venue wins.

20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe is currently in second place, so give it a vote via the link and help them bring Luke Jerram’s exhibition to Scunthorpe.


Luke Jerram

Luke’s multidisciplinary practice involves the creation of sculptures, installations and live arts projects. He has created a number of large scale public engagement works inspiring people around the globe including Park and Slide in Bristol. His celebrated street piano installation ‘Play Me, I’m Yours’ has been presented in over 46 cities.

VOTE HERE FOR 20-21

The five venues competing to win Luke in the Connect! competition are:

20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe is housed within a neo-Gothic former church with a bell tower housing three illuminated clock faces – why is one missing?! The venue propose using this and Scunthorpe’s other myriad links with timepieces, including John Harrison who revolutionised sea travel, and the much lamented sixties town centre clock now lying in storage.

Polls close at 8pm on Saturday 16th May 2015!