Rivers of the World Exhibition in partnership with Totally Thames

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Rivers of the World Exhibition in partnership with Totally Thames

Rivers of the World international art and education project delivered in partnership with the British Council that connects pupils around the globe to their local river through environmental, economic and cultural learning and themes.

Encouraging young people to explore and reflect on local and global issues and perspectives to build the skills they need for life and work in a global society.

Pupils learn and gather ideas that are channelled creatively into drawings, paintings, photographs and other visual media which result in the creation of a collective large-scale work of art.

Time & date

Sun 25 Aug– Sun 6 Oct

Location

Crystal Gardens, Royal Docks, E16 1AH

Tickets

Free

For your visit

Art & Culture

Millennium Mills

Derelict early 20th century flour mill turned screen icon; this Royal Docks landmark is due to be redeveloped.

Silvertown
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Community

University of East London

UEL's docklands campus is known for its state-of-the-art sports facilities and formiddable reputation.

Community

Shipman Youth Zone

Drop-in youth centre for 11-19 year-olds with snooker, table tennis, and computer facilities on offer.

Custom House
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