Expo RSA to Bring World Renowned Travelling Exhibits to South Africa
Expo RSA, specialists in global travelling exhibitions, has secured an impressive selection of internationally acclaimed exhibits to hit the South African circuit in the next few months.
The innovative company, which aims to facilitate interactive, educational and inspiring exhibitions into Africa and UAE, has set the bar high with its selection of world-class travelling exhibitions such as The Art of the Brick and The Titanic: Artefact Exhibition which locals and international visitors can look forward to.
Exhibits will kick off in December with ‘World’s most popular’ LEGO art exhibit ,The Art of the Brick, which will take over the brand new V & A Watershed Exhibition Centre from 12th December 2014 to end February 2015, before moving to Johannesburg. The exhibit will feature 70 incredible LEGO art sculptures made from hundreds of thousands of LEGO blocks, as well as a LEGO and PlayStation gaming area to keep families entertained.
Visitors can then look forward to the world-popular Titanic: Artefact Exhibition, which will be docking at the V & A Watershed Exhibition Centre in the winter of 2015. The exhibition, which includes real artefacts from the sunken ship, takes visitors on a journey through the life of Titanic. Along the way visitors will learn countless stories of heroism and humanity that pay honour to the strength of the human spirit in the face of tragedy.
Expo RSA’s passion for education will see the creation of strong educational themes throughout each exhibit to enrich the experience for school and tertiary learners. Exhibitions will also all offer unique corporate social investment opportunities to support disadvantaged scholars to attend.
“Travelling exhibitions have proven massively successful in Europe and the USA in previous years, and we are excited to have secured some of these incredible exhibitions to head to South Africa in the next year”, said Marius Basson, CEO at Expo RSA. “We look forward to adding a South African flavour to each exhibit, and to creating an experience that is both memorable and enjoyable for individuals of all ages and walks of life”.
With several more exhibits to be announced in the future, visitors are encouraged to watch this space.
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