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Blue Dot Generation ~ Arts for Education

  • House of Vans Arches, 228-232 Station Approach Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8EW United Kingdom (map)
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Blue Dot Generation's opening night for its 4-day immersive 'Arts For Education' event will be open to ALL. An evening showcasing the artwork from the Blue Dot Open call and photography hosted by Faces In Focus. Including works by Maria Arceo, Fran Crowe, Jasmine Pradissito & Gary Cook, live art, performance and sculpture and music. 

PANEL DISCUSSION led by Theo Grainzevelles - Co-Founder of The Dune Project featuring Jo Ruxton (Producer of A Plastic Ocean), Will McCallum (Author of 'How To Live With Less Plastic' and head of the Oceans campaign at Green Peace UK) and Maria Arceo (Installation artist) focusing on Art and Science and their role in transforming the relationship between human and ocean. Followed by a screening of Blue The Film.

17.00 Doors open

18.30 Official Launch of Blue Dot Generation
- Art exhibition including works from Maria Arceo, Fran Crowe, Jasmine Pradissito & Gary Cook
- Photography exhibition hosted by Faces in Focus
- Live Art, performance, installations & sculpture
- Live Music
- Book Seller with Will McCallum

19.00 Panel Discussion


20.00 A documentary screening of BLUE THE FILM


ABOUT: HOW TO GIVE UP PLASTIC
How to Give Up Plastic, this book answers all your questions about plastic and is packed with tips and tricks to help you reduce your plastic footprint in your homes, communities and workplaces.

ABOUT: BLUE THE FILM
BLUE is the story our generation need to hear. The industrialisation that has occurred in the oceans over the last century, mirrors the events that triggered mass extinctions on land. Industrial scale fishing, habitat destruction, species loss and pollution have placed the ocean in peril. The very nature of the sea is being irretrievably altered. BLUE is a provocative journey into the ocean realm, witnessing this critical moment in time when the marine world is on a precipice. 76 minutes. 2017.