The Art of The Brick exhibition extended till 26 May 2013

Good news for those who haven’t visited The Art of The Brick exhibition. Originally slated to close on 14 April, the exhibition has been extended to 26 May 2013 due to overwhelming response.
The Art of the Brick is the first exhibition of Nathan Sawaya’s work in Southeast Asia. With 52 large-scale sculptures created using solely LEGO bricks in the showcase, it is the largest collection of Sawaya’s pieces ever presented at one venue. One of the most impressive work is a six-meter-long T-Rex skeleton that took three months to complete.
A new puppetry workshop that complements Sawaya’s creative showcase will also be introduced with the exhibition’s extension. Based on the exhibits in The Art of the Brick, children of all ages will be able to make their own shadow puppets at The Art of Play gallery every Sunday from March to May 2013. In conjunction with the new workshop, The Art of the Brick will continue to offer visitors a chance to take part in two well-received workshops through the exhibit.
All of the exhibition’s programming and interactive elements are available along with the purchase of a ticket to The Art of the Brick. Information regarding tickets to The Art of the Brick exhibition and timings of the programmes can be found at


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