Hydracity exhibition is part of a larger InspiralLondon project to explore and map the hidden, lost or undervalued watery commons of London and the Thames Valley Delta.
From September 10 – 26 September at Thames-Side Gallery (Harrington Way, Warspite Road Royal Borough of Greenwich SE18 5NR) you can visit this interactive exhibition, featuring the work of collectives, community groups, local and international artists, all exploring the watery commons together.
Friday 10 September 2021, 6-9pm Exhibition opening events (all welcome) Exhibition open Saturday 11th – Sunday 26th September 2021
Opening times: Thursday-Sunday, 12 – 5pm Except Sunday 26 September open late to 6pm.
Artist Collectives, Community groups and other organisations include:Art of the Magic Lantern; Blackwater Polytechnic; Bow Gamelan Ensemble; counterproductions; Clockhouse Community; East End Jam; Everyone Welcome Collective; HAAG; Hotel du Nord; le Collectif des Gammares; Kinetika: London Geodiversity Partnership; Metropolitan Trails; Platform; soundcamp. with Artists:Will Brook, Ben Coode-Adams, Richard Couzins, John Churchill, Sarah Doyle, Gail Dickerson, Charlie Fox, Mikey Georgeson, Rachel Gomme, Kadeem Graham, Calum F Kerr, Miyuki Kasahara, Milda Lembertaite, Morris & Mollett, Clare Qualmann, Anne Robinson, Alke Schmidt, Sarah Sparkes, Fiona Spirals, Ian Thompson.
INSPIRALLONDON’S UNIQUE HYDRODETOURS WALKS PROGRAMME 30 AUGUST – 26 SEPTEMBER 2021
Cray River Confluences with London Walks Guide Keith Turpin (Aug 30, 10am – 4pm)
Branches of the Wogebourne with orniphilosopher J D Swann (11 Sept, 11am – 4pm)
Watery Commons Deptford with Everyone Welcome Collective (12 Sept, 10am – 3.30pm)
Watery Woolwich: Celtic Omphalos of London with Sailor Forbes (18 Sept, 11am-1.30pm)
Marine & Green: Watery Commons with Keith Turpin and SDCAS (22 Sept, 2.30pm – 5pm)
Waterside Foraging with artist Clare Qualmann (24 Sept, 1pm – 2.30pm)
On Saturday 25 Sept as part of Woolwich Riverside Community Action – Natural Heritage community walks and workshops at the Clockhouse Community Centre (10.30am – 5.30pm)
Urban/Sound Ecology with soundcamp and Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Centre (time tbc)
Hoo Soundings on Thames/Medway canal with artist Ian Thompson (25 Sept, 11am – 5pm)
Fluid Crossings: Geodiversity & Art Walk with Gail Dickerson and Diana Clements, London Geodiversity Partnership (26 Sept, 10.30am – 5pm)
Mollett and Morris’ Magic Lantern Hydra-touring Woolwich Dockyard (26 Sept, 6pm-8pm)
All times, where to meet and specific event info. www.inspirallondon.com/events/(all guidelines to be updated in line with Covid-19 regulations)
To book tickets go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/inspirallondon-13575401238 Hydrodetours
Walks are integral part of a larger Hydracity project to explore and map the hidden, lost or undervalued watery commons of London and the Thames Valley Delta.
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