School of Crawl: Art, education, environment

WE'RE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THE LAUNCH OF SCHOOL OF CRAWL, OUR FIRST CREATIVE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME.
 

Thomas's London Day School, Kensington
21st - 28th April
Exhibition: 12th June

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School of Crawl is designed to teach students about the local biodiversity surrounding their schools, with the aim of broaching wider issues of biodiversity loss on a UK and global scale, and inspiring a sense of responsibility.

In partnership with GiGL (Greenspace Information for Greater London) and the Royal Parks Foundation, we will be exploring the relationship between human activities and urban wildlife in London; the main contributing factors, and
how we can reduce our impact. 

Just like our clothing, we will be assisting the students in making their own up-cycled and “activated” T-shirts, enabling them to wear their own stories. Based on the wildlife they share their space with, their personalised garments both target the fashion industry’s excessive waste problem, and weave environmental consciousness into their daily lives.

 

Helping young people engage with the issues that will define their lives, we’re inspiring the next generation of environmental change-makers.

 

 

 

keep an eye on our project page! We'll be updating you regularly with more info on the key issues, people and objectives behind School of Crawl...