Tunnels of Hope is a public engagement art project founded by Ros Elwes from not for profit, OffTheWallArts. Their recent installation transformed a neglected pedestrian subway in West London, into a stunning art exhibition space, to inspire hope and change within the community.
For tickets to the launch event on 7th April please click here.
This innovative community art installation, supported by TfL, Hammersmith & Fulham Council and Ardmore Construction, will be recreated at Riverside Studios during the Easter holidays. It not only includes the sustainability-themed art work from ten-year-old pupils of St Peter’s C of E Primary School, but the commissioned work of outstanding local artists, Jo Holland and Edward Quamina.
The stunning work from all of Year 5 from the local primary school, St Peter's C of E Primary School, expresses their uplifting artistic messages of hope for the planet using CDs that would otherwise end up in landfill, as their creative palette.
OfftheWallArts will be using the funds raised through tickets for the launch party, for the next exciting Tunnels of Hope art exhibition project in conjunction with TfL, to refresh the pedestrian subway at Holland Park Roundabout which is in desperate need of a transformation. https://www.gofundme.com/f/tunnelsofhope?qid=4350c3378325a31
Open from 7th April and free to enter, at Riverside Studios.