The Dorman Museum welcomes a new LEGO® themed exhibition ‘Brick by Brick’, featuring work by international artists, designers and photographers who use LEGO® bricks as their medium or their inspiration.
Using this simple plastic construction block as their starting point, they have created stunning, thought provoking and often humorous artworks which will appeal to art enthusiasts and LEGO® fans alike.
The exhibition consists of a range of stunning 2D and 3D work in a variety of scales, from jewellery to sculpture, and the show includes both wall mounted and plinth based exhibits.
Inspired by the wide range of artworks on show, a LEGO® graffiti wall, build table and a selection of LEGO® related games will give visitors the opportunity to try their hand at creating their own construction brick artwork.
Participating artists are: The Little Artists, Valentino Fialdini, David Hughes, David Turner, Jason Freeny, Ekow Nimako, Janet Curley Cannon, Hannah Gibson, Cole Blaq, Little Big Art, Zino, Eat My Bricks, Samsofy, Michael Brennand-Wood, James Paterson, Agabag, AME 72 and Jonathan Rolph.
Image credit: James Mulkeen
LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group which does not sponsor, authorise, endorse or otherwise support this exhibition or related events. The LEGO Group does not accept responsibility for any unforeseen outcomes linked to this exhibition or related events.
Brick by Brick is a 20-21 Visual Arts Centre Touring Exhibition.
Tickets are available to book online here.
Single: £3 + booking fee
Group of 4: £10 + booking fee
Please note when booking in advanced, tickets sale close 24 hours before the next day. Walk-ins are welcome to visit each day during the exhibition.
Concessions and accessibility
A complimentary carer/companion ticket is available at the venue’s discretion to those who need assistance from another person to be able to access this exhibition.
Please request your companion ticket at the time of booking by emailing: email@example.com – evidence will be requested.*
Entry into the rest of the Dorman Museum is free.
Directions to the museum
Middlesbrough has great road links to the A19 and A66, connecting the town to both local and national destinations. You can use the AA journey planner to plan your trip to Middlesbrough. The museum is a five minute drive from the town centre directly up Linthorpe Road.
There is a small car park located outside of the museum including two accessible parking bays. There is also on street parking along Park Road South, running along the side of the museum.
Middlesbrough town centre is home to a number of car parks, visit the Middlesbrough Council website to locate parking.
You can reach Middlesbrough by bus from towns and cities across the Tees Valley.
There are a number of services you can take from the Bus Station to the museum. Services 12, 13 and 63 serve Linthorpe Road – To plan a journey, visit Connect Tees Valley.
You can reach Middlesbrough by rail from towns and cities across the North East, North Yorkshire, and the North West.
From the railway station, it’s a 20 minute walk from the museum. Alternatively, there is a taxi rank directly outside of the station or you can access a service from the bus station which is a 5 minute walk away.
For further info on how to get to Middlesbrough, visit our travel guide.
*Proof of Eligibility
The following forms of evidence may make an individual automatically eligible for a free carer/companion ticket in addition to their ticket:
- A letter from the local authority confirming receipt of disability allowance.
- Local authority disability pass – this does not include Blue Badges.
- Local authority visual impairment card.
- Disability rail card.
- Doctor’s note (valid for 6 months only).
- CEA Card.
We recognise that the evidence above may not include everyone that has an access requirement.
If you do not have the above but wish to apply for a free carer/companion ticket, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and it will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.