The River Run

An Artist led exhibition which links Children, Music and Regeneration, creating an environment for the Orchestra in a Weekend Event.

A Visual Arts Exhibition at Trinity Buoy Wharf, Chain Store, organised by Water City Festival.

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Installation of large Paintings

A series of 4 metre high canvases, focusing on the themes of water, music and city life

  • Nick Creber
  • Mark O’Rourke
  • Frank Creber
  • Arteast Disability Workshop
  • Plus Collaborative wall hangings, by Visitors to Trinity Buoy Wharf

Hackney Utopians

Documentation of project work by Hackney based collective, focusing community and environmental issues.

  • Maria Alvarez-Echenique
  • Eva Bachmann

Signs of Life

Documentation of project work from young people’s group based at Bromley By Bow Centre, Newsletter project and Olympic vision mural, with Nicaraguan Artists.

  • Chris Warmington
  • Rafael de Jesus Tellez Lazo
  • Katy Carolina Centeno Escott

Photography and drawing project

Documenting the process of the the creation of a new orchestra

  • Theo Creber, Photography, and
  • Caroline Holden-Hoptof Drawings.

Backdrop by school children

Backdrop for the orchestra, on the theme of ‘Water City’

  • Children from Marner after school club, Marner school, Faraday school.

Photography and text by Leaside Regeneration Ltd.

Showing projects realised over the last two years.

Artists Biographies, information about groups

Caroline Holden-Hoptof, Illustrator and Cartoonist – www.holden-hotopf.com/

Signs of Life: Arts enterprise project. Leader Chris Warmington, with young people-: James, Michael, Zac, Pretti, Jenny, Alan, Marie, Mikaela, Tony, Luke, Rebecca.  – www.bbbc.org.uk/pages/signs-of-lifehtc.html

Mural Artists from Funarte, Estelli, Nicaragua: Rafael de Jesus Tellez Lazo, Katy Carolina Centeno Escott - www.funarte.org.ni

Eva Bachmann – www.evabachmann.co.uk

Frank Creber –  www.watercityartist.com

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