The Ship of Tolerance
Sat 3 - Fri 30 Aug, Royal Docks
Wed 4 Sep - Sun 6 Oct, River Thames by Tate Modern
This is a FREE event, but booking is requiredBook
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JOIN US SEPTEMBER 21st 10 AM, Bernie Spain Gardens SE1 9PH
In celebration of world clean up day, Art Action Change invites you to the ship of tolerance clean-up day, with lilly’s plastic pick-up, ludovico barattieri, Mia rasamny, totally thames, the global goals and Mother thames. To coordinate with the Global Week of Action, Awareness, and Accountability for the Sustainable Development Goals, #ACT4SDGS.
Children and families are invited to be a part of the movement, to instil the concept of ‘clean up’ as a routine in everyday life, changing the world and making positive actions one step at a time.
SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 21ST :
10.00 AM - Meeting at Bernie Spain Gardens SE1 9PH
10.15 AM - SPEECHES Nadja Romain, Founder Art Action Change, Lilly Platt of Lilly Plastic Pick Up, 11 years old climate activist, Fiona McKenzie Johnson, journalist, activist,
Ludovico Barattieri and Mia Rasamny SHIP OF TOLERANCE young ambassadors
10.20 AM - CLEAN UP START - See road below :
Before progressing along the Thames Path, crossing Blackfriars Bridge, continuing along the Thames Path on the other side of river, crossing back over Southwark Bridge, rejoining the Thames Path on the south side, and passing in front of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, where the Peace One Day will be celebrating its 20th anniversary, before finishing directly in front of the Tate Modern, where the Ship of Tolerance is moored next to the Millennium Bridge.
All participants will need to be in sturdy shoes or boots which can get muddy (we will be going down onto the Thames foreshore) and will need to bring their own re-usable rubber gloves.
11.15 AM PHOTO CALL - THE SHIP OF
TOLERANCE IN FRONT OF TATE MODERN
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Art Action Change is a UK-based charity devoted to creating positive change in
society through arts with a focus on education and the empowerment of children
Art Action Change is a restricted fund operating under the auspices of Prism the
Registered Charity Number: 1099682.