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Future Returns is a stunning new installation from artist Dan Rawlings, envisioning a future where nature is reclaiming the remnants of our industrial past.

A redundant oil truck sits in the main gallery space, surrounded by mounds of earth, along with decaying road signs and abandoned oil drums, their structures cut into a lattice of branches, leaves and thorns with Dan's trademark freehand plasma cutting technique.

Future Returns has been commissioned to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of 20-21 Visual Arts Centre and produced in partnership with Dan Rawlings and Paul Barkworth Events.

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20-21 Visual Arts Centre

St. Johns Church, Church Square, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, DN15 6TB

01724 297070

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Opening times

Gallery opening hours: Tues - Sat 10am - 4pm

Cafe open: Tues - Sat 10am - 3pm (hot meals served 11.30am - 2pm)

All of our usual Covid-19 precautions are still in place, although they are no longer legal requirements. We would encourage all visitors to continue to play their part in keeping themselves and others safe at this time.

We recommend that visitors use sanitising points on entering, after touching surfaces and before leaving the building.

We would encourage visitors to maintain social distancing and observe the one-way system throughout the building.

We continue to recommend that visitors wear masks

Visitors are encouraged to register their visit on the NHS Test & Trace app (if you don’t have the app and want to register your visit, staff will be happy to record your details onto the system for you)

We ask that visitors avoid contact with people or surfaces during your visit

Our toilet facilities will be cleaned hourly.

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Valid until December 2021
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