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recycle your electricals

About

Trash to Treasure Fest – a community arts festival encouraging locals to fix, reuse and recycle their old and unwanted electricals.

Material Focus and the Landmark Arts Centre present work by award-winning photographer Gregg Segal in the main exhibition; we will be running family drop-in workshops throughout the day with local artist Louise Anderson – all ages welcome; Recycled Sounds (a sound installation) will be played in the building at 11am, 12noon, and 2pm. 

The sound recording will be created in the run-up to the exhibition using old electrical items, and with involvement from the Landmark's choirs and local schools. If you miss these run times you can also listen on headphones during exhibition opening hours throughout the rest of the exhibition, no booking required; and we will have a drop-in Repair Café held by members of Sheddington, a not-for-profit community space (or shed) in Teddington, where people meet up, make stuff and mend things.

Visitors can drop in at any time during this open day; see the website for more details.

Admission: Free

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Map & Directions

Trash to Treasure Fest - Open Day

Type:Exhibition

Landmark Arts Centre, Ferry Road, Teddington, Middlesex, TW11 9NN

Tel: 020 8977 7558

Opening Times

Season (17 Sept 2022)
DayTimes
Saturday10:00 - 16:00

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