Artists have been inspired by rivers for centuries, and now a new generation of creatives are making their mark in a new display for the project Rivers of the World.


As part of Rivers of the World, a project run by the Thames Festival Trust and delivered in partnership with the British Council, six secondary schools from across Greenwich (St Mary Magdalene Church of England School, Eltham Hill School, The Halley Academy, Newhaven School, Woolwich Polytechnic School and Plumstead Manor School), created art in response to their local river environments.


Designed with sustainability

The main grid structure was reused from the previous exhibition ‘The Moon’.
As this was a temporary exhibition and the graphic panels were not supposed to be durable, we decided to print the panels on honeycomb cardboard.