Sea levels around the globe are rising, and London is in a particularly vulnerable position. Currently, the Thames Barrier and other elements in the Thames Estuary help to mitigate the impact, but could there be another way? Come to Art in the Docks and we'll have some fun thinking, drawing, and making our creative solutions to the problem, using the Royal Docks as one large basin of possibility!
The workshop will be run by Anna Gibb, architect, and fervent maker of drawings. Anna uses the act of drawing as a tool to help her to dissect the built environment, and the common threads found through the past, present and future of architecture. Come and see some of Anna's ideas and then be inspired to make and build your own!
There will be water.. you might want to bring your wellies!
This event is part of the Art in the Docks summer programme 'What a Load of Rubbish'.
With support from The Royal Docks.
Image: Anna Gibb
7 Wallis Walk, London
The workshop will take place at Art in the Docks, which is located in the ground floor of a residential building.
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