Exhibitions & Displays: Future
The Thames Tapestry
4th January 2012 to 11th January 2012
More than 200 schools along the length of the Thames have contributed to the creation of a single artwork - a multifaceted portrait of the river seen through the eyes of children who live on its banks.
The 3-metre high tapestry depicts the Thames from its source to the estuary, showing how the river has shaped and influenced the communities through which it flows. For one week it will go on display in the Museum’s Randolph Sculpture Gallery.
Temporary Display | 4 – 11 Jan 2012 | Gallery 21 | Admission Free