Brickman's newest LEGO exhibition heads to Scienceworks Museum this winter
If you enjoyed Channel 9's LEGO Masters as much as we did, you'll be pleased to hear Ryan "The Brickman" McNaught will showcase his latest LEGO exhibition at Scienceworks Museum this winter.
Brickman Cities by LEGOŽ CITY at Scienceworks Museum
Brickman Cities powered by LEGOŽ CITY at Scienceworks will be Brickman's fourth LEGOŽ brick experience, which has been exclusively curated and built by TV Host Ryan McNaught and his expert team of brick builders.
McNaught is the only LEGOŽ Certified Professional in the Southern Hemisphere, one of just 14 in the world. Although you may recognise him from Channel Nines new blockbuster reality series, LEGOŽ Masters being that Ryan is the official judge of the show.
Brickman Cities at Scienceworks
This is your opportunity to see five of the worlds most iconic cities at different time periods in history, all built up in minature LEGO form.
Trace each citys evolution all the way from 1000AD to today in a fun, educational and immersive way. At the centre of this new interactive experience is a 3m x 4m scale model of Lower Manhattan, built entirely in white LEGOŽ pieces with 3D stories of New York projected directly onto them. Using cutting-edge technology of UHD 4K projectors, visitors are taken on a journey from the First Peoples villages right through to present day.
More than 1,900 hours and 1 million LEGOŽ bricks were needed to build Brickman Cities powered by LEGOŽ CITY. Brickman's creative team spent a further 250 hours developing sophisticated 3D projections to bring the hero city of New York to life.
Discover the history of the worlds greatest cities miniaturised into Minifig size - Dubai, London, New York, Sydney and Tokyo - and create your own cities of the future in the interactive master build zone complete with half a million LEGOŽ bricks to construct with.
Brickman Cities powered by LEGOŽ CITY takes over Scienceworks Melbourne from Saturday 15 June to Sunday 4 August 2019 and tickets are on sale from Tuesday 28 May via Ticketek.