We’re delighted that Steve Shaw’s Silk River film is being shown as part of Silk Unravelled Symposium on 22nd Nov, in London.
Join us for an an immersive weekend experience soaking in the heritage and the magic of the Hooghly River, as the Silk River scrolls whisper their stories and secrets!
Indian artists are invited to this exchange with 15 visiting artists from the UK.
What a fantastic exhibition it has been at Kew Gardens this week. It ends on Fri 27th Oct, and it’s really worth a visit.
Thursday 16 November 2017 5.30pm – 8.30pm. ‘A’ Team Arts presents Silk River Forever Hoorah!
Silk River Forever Hoorah! is adapted for the stage and devised as part of the Silk River performance walk by the House of Talent youth. This production follows the changing migration, trade and social landscape of Tower Hamlets through song, drama, spoken word and declamatory storytelling.
The Silk River Scrolls feature in their very own exhibition at the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew 22-27th Oct.
What a wonderful day at Diwali in Trafalgar Square! Huge thanks to all the scroll carriers who represented their areas from Kew to Southend and to Jane Ford for choreographing the procession.
We’re delighted to announce that the Silk River Scrolls have been invited to open the Diwali celebration in Trafalgar Square.
All ten of the Silk River UK walks are now complete! What an amazing journey – 138 miles by boot and by boat from Kew all the way to Southend on Sea. We would like to extend a heart felt thank you to all the partners, performers, artists, walk leaders, link walkers, schools, teachers, boat owners and participants who made it such an outstanding success.
Dawn on the last day of our journey and I’m staring out the window into a tarnished silver mirror that is the Thames estuary. It is a perfect day for a walk..