2021 Programme

More events will be announced through May

Gaia by Luke Jerram

Saturday 10 - Friday 30 July
Middleton Hall, centre:mk MK9 3EP
10.30am - 5.30pm
FREE

Gaia is a stunning replica of our planet. Created by UK artist Luke Jerram, Gaia measures seven metres in diameter and features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface.
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Anna Berry: Breathing Room

World Premiere: Saturday 10 - Friday 30 July
Queen’s Court in centre:mk MK9 3ES
10.30am - 5.30pm, FREE

Breathing Room is a new kinetic installation - a beautiful and delicate large-scale artwork that people can walk within and that moves as if it is breathing.
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Marco Barotti: The Woodpeckers

Saturday 10 - Friday 30 July
Pop-Ups across Milton Keynes City Centre
FREE

Robotic woodpeckers that transform invisible signals from wireless technology and mobile communication, into rhythmic beats, tapped out on the City’s urban architecture.
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Yara + Davina: Arrivals + Departures

Saturday 10 - Friday 30 July
City Square, City Centre
10.30am - 5pm
FREE

Arrivals + Departures is a public artwork about birth, death and the journey in between, created by artist duo Yara + Davina that takes the recognisable form of an arrivals and departures board. 
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MK Mandalas: Kinetika Flags

Friday 16 - Sunday 18 July and Friday 23 - Sunday 25 July
The Milton Keynes Rose
Campbell Park MK9 4AJ
FREE

Internationally renowned UK company Kinetika is working with over 150 people from the community across Milton Keynes to create a set of 30 large-scale, hand-painted silk flags.
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Museum of The Moon by Luke Jerram

Thursday 22 July - Sunday 25 July
The Tree Cathedral, Newlands MK15 0DT
FREE

Luke Jerram’s sister artwork to Gaia, Museum of the Moon features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface and will be set outdoors within Milton Keynes’ spectacular Tree Cathedral.
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