Lego fans have the white stuff
AN ever-changing, evolving exhibition has got Lego fans busy with their hands at the Hervey Bay Regional Gallery this month.
Gallery director Marj Sullivan said the Cubic Structural Evolution project was like nothing she'd ever seen before.
“There's 300 kilograms of white Lego building blocks and gallery visitors come in and create an ever-evolving cityscape with the blocks,” she said.
“It's different in every city it visits.
“We've had well over 1000 visitors already, big kids and little kids.
“People can stay as long as they like but when it's busy we have to rotate visitors - people can stay all day if they want, and some people have.”
As well as having fun with construction, visitors are invited to contribute to a wall drawing to show what they think Hervey Bay will look like in the year 2050.
For tiny tots there's a foam block building activity and anyone can enter the Lego masters competition.
The exhibition is on show until April 4. Entries to the Lego competition have to be in by March 19.
For more information call the gallery on 4197 4210.