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*Update* Due to adverse weather, the official opening of the Silk River exhibition has been delayed until Tues 6th March 6-8pm.
Silk River has been an epic undertaking and we’re looking forward to the many legacy projects that are beginning to take shape. Here is the end of project report, which contains an outline of some of the exciting things that happened and the impact of the project.
Join us for a series of workshops to shape the long term plans for Tilbury Cruise Terminal and the rejuvenation of the Tilbury Carnival. These workshops will lay a foundation for future efforts to restore these magnificent buildings as a working Cruise Terminal and creative space for the community.
“A living bridge between two countries” – artists from West Bengal and Thames have taken part “in one of the most important projects of the Year of UK/India Culture.”
Silk River Unfurls – Community Programme and Exhibition at the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Celebrating the connections between Britain and India through plants, people, art and artefacts. Download the press release HERE Event info is HERE Nash Conservatory, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Sunday 22nd –…
Silk River flies Thurrock flag at Trafalgar Square Diwali celebration Download the PDF HERE Last Sunday, 15th Oct, colourful banners from Purfleet, Tilbury and East Tilbury, along with all the other Silk River scrolls, took a leading role in the Mayor of London’s annual Diwali…
Silk River Film Screening and Panel Discussion at BFI Wednesday 13 September 2017 13:30 NFT3, BFI Southbank, Belvedere Road, South Bank, London SE1 8XT Have you booked your free place? Booking info on BFI website. The Q and A for the film screening will be facilitated…