Murals made by East End school-children which explore and celebrate cultural differences, are to hang in the Tate and Whitechapel art galleries. The students at George Green comprehensive school on the Isle of Dogs have each made a collage of things which are important to them. They will be computer-enhanced for display at the Whitechapel gallery and on billboard sites in the East End.
For the second project, funded by the London Docklands Development Corporation as part of the Tate's community work, pupils were encouraged to assert their own identity on a copy of an artwork in the gallery.
The result will be hung in the Tate next summer.