01/04/2021 - 19/04/2021 ( Daily )
Want to know what Antony Gormley’s work looks like on Minecraft? Well now you can. On Thursday 1 April our Mincraft Artland will reopen, anyone and everyone can log in to explore, collaborate and create.
Fancy your hand at sculpting the next Artwork for Jupiter in Minecraft? For our 2021 Minecraft Sculpture Competition the theme is “The World Upside Down”. To enter draw, create or model your sculpture in Minecraft, on a scrap of paper, or using your old cereal box!
Young people of all ages can join Jupiter Artland in Minecraft using their Minecraft log-ins and design and build their own sculpture for Jupiter Artland. The winning design will join the permanent collection at Jupiter’s online universe plus goodies including a £50 gift voucher of your choice and free family-visit to Jupiter when we reopen later this year.
Don’t have Minecraft? No problem!
You can still take part in our Sculpture Challenge. Draw or build a model of your proposed sculpture, write a short text explaining your idea and send it to us via email at Eleanor@jupiterartland.org with Sculpture Challenge in the subject-line.
Deadline for entries is the 19th April 2021
Apply now! – Download our Application Form:
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INFO & Learning Resource
VISIT JUPITER ARTLAND IN MINECRAFT!
Anyone with Minecraft Java Edition can enter Jupiter Artland, explore artworks by world-leading artists and have a go at building their own monumental sculptures. It’s so easy, even Claire from our Exhibitions team is able to do it!
If you already have Minecraft: Java Edition
Step 1. Launch your Minecraft: Java Edition as normal
Step 2. Click ‘Play’ and wait for Minecraft to load
Step 3. Select ‘Multi-player’, a message will appear, click ‘Proceed’
Step 4. On the next screen, click ‘Add Server’
Step 5. Under Server Address, enter 18.104.22.168. Server name can remain the same.
Step 6. When Server loads, click ‘Join Server’
You have arrived at Jupiter Artland. Welcome!