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  • Date: 26th October 2020 - 30th October 2020
  • Every day
  • Location: Cutty Sark, King William Walk, London SE10 9HT, United Kingdom
  • Time: 09:00 - 20:00
  • Cost: Free

Join BLKBRD Collective in a series of creative workshops that explore the themes of memory dreams and migration. Download sessions via Royal Museums Greenwich social media platforms.

The Cutty Sark crew came from all over the world and together they travelled the seven seas in search of different cargo. Exciting though this may seem, the journeys were long and arduous and loneliness and isolation were a part of the sailor experience.

Join BLKBRD Collective in a series of creative workshops that explore the themes of memory dreams and migration. Together we will collectively visualise a fictional narrative of the Cutty Sark, as a vessel for importing tea from foreign lands and a vessel for exploring the dreams of a migrant sleeping in London. A three-part workshop that re-evaluates the marginal and forgotten histories of migrants in the UK and explores the history of the Cutty Sark, in regards to its historical role in the British tea trade, and the imperial role of British ships. These workshops will take place online.