Collaborative displays are open for you to participate. You can bring modules, vehicles, buildings, whatever makes sense and add it to the collaboration. Just make sure that you let the coordinator know ahead of time that you are participating so they plan properly. You can do this by entering your MOCs for display. You must be a full registrant to participate in collaborative displays.
- Castle & Pirate microscale collaboration – (info here)
- Pirate collaboration in minifig scale – (info here)
- Great Ball Contraption – Bring your modules to make the GBC bigger than ever. Don’t have a module but you are interested? Then maybe you should try your hand in the GBC workshop. Don’t know what the GBC is? You can find info here
- Sky scraper – Build as many levels as you would like, using these instructions and decorate the interior as you see fit. Feel free to build levels that have more height than the spec. Just add rows of windows. The sky scraper is located at Bryan Bonahoom’s display in Chicago. Just drop off your floor(s). And, don’t forget to pick them up after the show.
- (NEW in 2018) Minecraft Mine collaboration – This is a modular build in what we are calling shoe boxes. Essentially, each shoe box or group of shoe boxes contains a mine vignette. If you wish to participate, your shoe box should fit into the collaboration using this standard. If you watch the Beyond the Brick video of the introduction of the display, you will see there is flexibility in the development of shoe boxes. And, you can build your own vignette inside the box.
See links for more information on those collaborations. These collaborations are open to Full Attendees to bring elements of the display and they are coordinated by the event organizers. If you and your friends are bringing a collaborative display and want to open it for others to participate, please contact us to discuss and get it added to this list.