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Waterside foraging walk – East End Jam
September 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm£4
Join artist Clare Qualmann and InspiralLondon for a waterside foraging walk exploring the unexpectedly edible city.
This rambling slow walk – provides time for Waterside foraging – and is part of East End Jam, an ongoing project to celebrate the unexpected fruitfulness of the urban environment. Come and see what fruits and berries can be found along this part of the Thames Old Woolwich Dockyard and neighbouring areas of Woolwich.
- Dates & times Friday 24th September 1pm – 2.30pm
- Meet at Thames side Gallery, Unit 4 Harrington Way, Warspite Rd, London SE18 5NR
- Suggested Donation £4 but free if you email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Accessibility details tbu Nearest Public Transport Woolwich Docks or Woolwich DLR. There is free car parking at Thameside Studio site, step free access and disabled toilets.
Part of Hydracity – Hydrodetours
Hydracity invites you to observe and re-imagine London and its hinterland in new ways – to re-experience this fluid, shifting and untamable environment. What is it that circulates beneath our feet oozing from the muddy Thames Delta? This ever-changing environment of the aqueous commons reflects something of the hydra-like city, whose ability to rejuvenate, offers overlapping narratives for this complex watery ecosystem. For the Gallery, InspiralLondon collectively co-creates a unique labyrinth map that interacts with other archives, experiences and with eight new hydrodetours.