The PIECE OF PEACE World Heritage Exhibit Built with LEGO bricks is almost upon us and we here at Brickfinder is happy to announce that we will be taking part in the showcase!
And to celebrate the launch of the exhibit, we have THREE sets of tickets to the grand opening on the 28th of July 2017!
Each set comes with a pair of tickets to the PIECE OF PEACE World Heritage Exhibit Built with LEGO bricks, a UNESCO world heritage art exhibition as well as a special screening of The LEGO Movie in the evening.
The details are as follows:
Date: 28th July, 2017
Exhibition Time: 7pm
Movie Screening : 8pm
Venue: Fort Canning Arts Centre 5 Cox Terrace, Singapore (179620)
There are over 40 LEGO heritage models to feast your eyes on as well as seven brand new LEGO ASEAN UNESCO heritage displays that were added specifically for the Singapore show (we actually contributed one of the models!)
Here is a sneak peek at what is in store at the exhibition!
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The giveaway is open to all residents of Singapore. Contest closes on 27th July 2017 @ 23:59hrs (GMT+8). 3 lucky winners will be picked at random. The winners will be announced here and be notified via email by 28th July 2017. May the best brick win!
One of the most prominent LEGO brick exhibits in Asia, the Piece of Peace World Tour has landed in Singapore and it promises to be the largest iteration of the show to date!
Originated from Japan, it has traveled to Hong Kong and Taiwan which makes Singapore the 3rd country to host the exhibition since it’s inception in 2003.
What makes Singapore unique is that for the first time, there will be seven new installations to the travelling exhibit which has never been done before.
This will bring the total number of exhibits to 47 which include world heritage sites like Mt. Fuji (Japan), the Eiffel Tower (France) and Sagrada Família (Spain) amongst many others.
And as a teaser, the Piece of Peace exhibition committee worked together with LEGO Singapore to conduct an builders contest where contestants had to submit original LEGO creations based on their heritage and culture.
The winners for both the adults and junior categories are on display at two locations, Raffles City Mall and Plaza Singapura.
I have compiled some of the winning entries below for your viewing pleasure.
The event will take place on the 27th of July at the Fort Canning Arts Centre.