LSBU lecturer exhibiting at world’s biggest ever tiger eventOtto Schade, lecturer in the Faculty of Science, Engineering and the Build Environment at London South Bank University (LSBU), is contributing to the event 'Tiger Tracks', which launches today at St Pancras International.
'Tiger Tracks' is an awareness and fund-raising participation event, run by charity Save Wild Tigers. The public is invited to learn more about tigers and their plight in the wild, though motivational tiger-themed activities that are set to transform the station's gothic arches, platforms and monumental train shed.
Otto is already an established artist and has won several awards for his public and private projects and has upcoming exhibitions in locations such as Hoxton Gallery.
Having been invited by Moniker Projects to take part in the three-week event, Otto has contributed two paintings: one is displayed in front of the main timetable at St Pancras International and the second painting will be sold at a charity auction which will be held as part of the event.
'Tiger Tracks' will run from 1 - 21 March at St Pancras International.
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