Ongoing throughout the festival; launch events on Saturday 1 June at 3pm and 4pm
A walk from Putney Bridge to Furnival Gardens
This walk looks at the rich history, architecture and stories of the river Thames and surrounding area. To book a space and find out more details, email email@example.com. There will be a £5 donation collected on the day.
Event curator Michelle Brooks hosts Nubian Tales, the first gathering of artists who come together to share stories, poems and recollections of their time in the UK from the 50s to the 70s. Including some surprise guests.
Exhibition: Thursday to Sunday, 6 to 16 June, 1pm-6pm. Artists Talk: Saturday 8 June, 4pm-6pm
Central Space Gallery
Panel Discussion: The Beauty of Difference
The ‘Bush’ and Hammersmith and Fulham as a whole have a rich cultural history of people that have impacted British and world culture through sports, politics and the arts. Jerome Ince Mitchell will facilitate conversations that highlight the positivity of difference through the concept of Otherness, bringing together 3 young artists/curators who have been working from inside art institutions addressing issues of representation and challenging institutional narratives.
Guest speakers and artists discuss and display works that focus on issues affecting our waterways and the environment, and particularly inspired by the Devonshire coast, the Strait of Malacca and the River Thames. Organised by Story of Books and Re:Centre.