Royal | Docks | Works – INSIDE + EDGE

What does it mean to ‘make’ the Royal Docks and who benefits?

Royal | Docks | Works are two Saturday events celebrating and exploring current and future life in the ‘Royals’ through drop-in days that include talks by artists, activists and urban thinkers, dialogue sessions, exhibitions, local walks and free food.

These events are open to all: designed to be a mashup of ideas from different perspectives, appealing to all the senses with a little something for everyone.

PROGRAMME for Saturday 15 June 2019

10.00 | Arrival & introduction

10.30 - 11.15 | Panel Part 1: Making the Docks - Legacies and Futures

Bob Colenutt, Oxford Brookes University - The Peoples Plan for the Royal Docks 1984 - What are the Lessons?

Peter Dunn, Art of Change - From an Art of Protest to an Art of Change (Docklands 1981-91)

Alberto Duman, Regeneration Songs

Matt Scott, Thames Ward Community Project

11.15 - 11.30 | Tea Break

11.30 - 12.30 | Panel Part 2: In dialogue

12.30 - 13.30 | Lunch provided

13.30 - 14.45 | Guided walk from the dockside to the foreshore with local residents

15.00 | Reflections and drinks at Husk Brewery

The Royal | Docks | Works programme for the London Festival of Architecture (LFA) 2019 examines the progressive urban process that has made and is still remaking this city edgeland, uncovering the active and hidden landscape via participatory and co creative acts of exploration, proposition and reflection. The work will look specifically at the practice of planning and design in shaping the ‘island in the east’ as a marketable asset, a city resource and shared place for fostering local economies, communities and cultures.


15 June 2019

10:00 -15:00

Admission: FREE

More Info: www.rdcv.org.uk

Tickets/Booking: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/royal-docks-works-making-the-docks-legacies-futures-tickets-61264529858


Organiser Info

Image: Dan Daley

Location


Good Hotel

Royal Victoria Dock, Western Gateway, Royal Docks, London E16 1FA

020 3637 7401



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