For six weeks in August and September, London's south bank riverside walkway will be spectacularly transformed with giant works of art. These same artworks are then enjoyed by millions of people as they travel to riverside locations in each of the participating cities.

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Rivers of the World Retrospective Catalogue 2006 - 2014

Over the last 9 years, Rivers of the World has partnered schools in London with schools in river cities around the world. Encouraging young people to learn about their waterfront and to create artworks under the guidance of professionals.
This catalogue features work from Bangkok, Buenos Aires, Cairo, Cape Town, Chongqing, Dubai, Ireland, Istanbul, Jhelum, Kolkata, London, new orleans, Paris, Recife, Sao Paulo, Seoul, Shanghai, Surakarta, Sylhet, Szentendre, Taipei, Tlacotalpan and Washington DC. View the catalogue

2013 Rivers of the World Catalogue

In 2013, students from secondary schools in London, UAE, Bangladesh, Indonesia and Pakistan shared their river research, learned about each others' cultures and worked with professional artists to create magnificent large-scale artworks. View the catalogue

2012 Rivers of the World Catalogue

Class groups of 13 and 14-year-old students from London were partnered with schools in Buenos Aires (Argentina), Sylhet (Bangladesh), Surakarta (Indonesia), Seoul (Korea), Derry-Londonderry (Northern Ireland), Co. Donegal (Republic of Ireland) and Dubai (United Arab Emirates), working with professional artists to create magnificent artworks inspired by the study of their, or their partner city’s, river. View the catalogue

2011 Rivers of the World Catalogue

Class groups of 13 and 14-year-old students from London, Buenos Aires (Argentina), Seoul (Korea), Derry/Londonderry & Donegal (Ireland), Bangkok (Thailand), Washington DC (USA), and Istanbul (Turkey) worked with artists to create magnificent artworks inspired by the study of their, or their partner city’s, river. View the catalogue

2010 Rivers of the World Catalogue

Class groups of 13 and 14-year-old students from London, Kolkata (India), Paris (France), Szentendre (Hungary), Bangkok (Thailand), Washington DC (USA) and Istanbul (Turkey) worked with artists to create these magnificent artworks inspired by the study of their, or their partner city’s, river. View the catalogue

2009 Rivers of the World Catalogue

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2008 Rivers of the World Catalogue

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2007 Rivers of the World Catalogue

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2006 Rivers of the World Catalogue

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