Arts for Education

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FestivalWednesday September 26
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Where?
Arches 228 – 232
Station Approach Road, SE1 8SW
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?When

26-30 September

?How Much

Entry is free (certain events are ticketed, booking required)



Where?
Arches 228 – 232
Station Approach Road, SE1 8SW
View Map
When?

26-30 September

How Much?

Entry is free (certain events are ticketed, booking required)

Sustainability platform Blue Dot Generation is hosting a unique four-day immersive event of art, photography, performances, documentaries, panel discussions, sport, fashion, workshops and music, aimed at educating us all on the damage we are doing to the oceans. Whether you’re 90 or 19, green or non-green, audiences can find their own connection to the planet through a range of events at Waterloo’s buzzing House of Vans. Bringing together artists, scientists and entrepreneurs exploring solutions to the planet’s problems, the programme includes a screening of documentary ‘Plastic Ocean’ and ‘The Smog of the Sea,’ panel discussions including Head of the Oceans Campaign at Greenpeace UK Will McCallum, acclaimed installation artist Maria Arceo and co-founder of The Dune Project, Théo Grainzevelles, plus yoga, live music and arts workshops. Prepare to leave inspired and eager for change.

Megan Carnegie

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