RELICS: A New World Rises School Bookings
RELICS: A New World Rises is an exciting new touring exhibition premiering at the South Australian Museum in 2023 by artists/creators Alex Towler and Jackson Harvey, winners of Channel 9 LEGO® Masters in 2020.
RELICS: A New World Rises is a collection of old and forgotten objects housing miniature worlds built of LEGO®. Each display weaves intricate LEGO® constructions into unique objects to evoke a sense of nostalgia and ignite fresh curiosity, inviting audiences young and old to explore the world within a world.
Within each relic, the LEGO® civilization has adapted to the distinctive character of the artefact it inhabits. A marauding band of inventors have reverse-engineered a grandfather clock to build a time machine. A cryonics facility, nestled inside a vintage refrigerator, maintains mini figures in a frosty stasis to keep them safe from the effects of an overheated climate. In a retro arcade, airlocks and elevators connect a series of gaming machines together to form a futuristic space port. Even more curious worlds can be discovered, each with their own strange stories to tell!
This is a page for school groups to book a visit to RELICS. For individual or family bookings please click here.
RELICS is part of the 2023 DreamBig Festival schools program. You can find out more here.
Please note that a limited number of free supervisors will be allowed per school group booking in accordance with the Department for Education's excursion procedures. Minimum of 6 students per school group. For any queries please email email@example.com.
LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorise or endorse this exhibition.