Art & Culture
Ahoy t' all young pirates!
Join artist Elena Juzulenaite for a fun, free online workshop to discover the underwater world of the Docks. What might you find? Sea monsters, mermaids, deep water fishes or maybe even some hungry sharks? She will also be helping you discover hidden treasures in your kitchen to make your underwater drawing!
To sign up to one of the two sessions, please click the Eventbrite link next to the time of the workshop you wish to book:
Once you have signed up, you will be sent details of the session, materials to prepare and the Zoom link to join.
*Children must have a responsible adult in the room for the duration of the workshop).
All hands on deck!
About Elena Juzulenaite
Elena Juzulenaite is a visual artist and community activist (artivist?) based in Royal Docks. She loves to engage the community in creative activities to help people relax, make friends, build relationships with their neighbours, and learn something new. Picasso famously said: “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” Elena believes in the importance of arts and culture for community resilience and humbly offers her services to help people rediscover that secret door to the world of their creativity. She has dedicated the last 5 years to a variety of creative engagement projects in Royal Docks including: “Pirate Crafts”, “Ferry Festival Cardboard Boat and Plane Workshops”, “Tate Lives”, and many more.
For your visit
Places To Stay
Hampton by Hilton
A reliable, upper mid-range option just east of Connaught Bridge.
Shipman Youth Zone
Drop-in youth centre for 11-19 year-olds with snooker, table tennis, and computer facilities on offer.
Food & Drink
Little Hudson Cafe
Little Hudson Cafe is an independent cafe open in Royal Wharf serving homemade brunch.
Join the Docks
This is Who We Are by Arch 468 Theatre
Grab your phone and head off on an audio adventure around the Royal Docks in this project by arts organisation Arch 468.
Art & Culture
Art in the Docks: NEW EYES
1 - 8 March
Find out how looking at the familiar with new eyes can reveal a totally different landscape.