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Saturday, April 22 • 11:00 - 16:00
Explore Conservation in London

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Alice White and Seema Manchanda present the 'Conservation Map of London'. This exctiting new work encourages visitors to think of conservation practices as being easily accessible, local, and available to them. Presented on a large scale, and illustrated by two emerging artists, the map shows the location of conservation projects throughout the city, from large to small, which actively encourage public involvement.
Visitors to the public event will be asked to find the area where they live on the map (if visitors aren't based in London, we will highlight projects on the map based on areas which they recognise, such as Regents Park , or the Thames). We will then point out the conservation projects nearby, and provide the relevant literature and contact information supplied by those initiatives. This will include details on how families, individuals and young people can get directly involved.
By showcasing this instantly accessible visual resource, along with all relevant literature, we aim to encourage people to connect with their local conservation community. 

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Seema Manchanda

Artist and Town Planner
I am a fine art student and qualified town planner. My art work is often about issues in urban life, urban landscapes and ecology. I primarily make prints and paint but I also frequently reference my own and others photography. This project is very exciting as it brings together my love of conservation, maps, planning and art into a much needed guide to London conservation projects that engage the public.


Saturday April 22, 2017 11:00 - 16:00
Prince Albert Suite

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