Come and watch a local group of older people from Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Good Times programme and Year 4 students from Bessemer Grange Primary School perform together on Wednesday 19 June at Dulwich Picture Gallery. [...]
Author Archives: Ingrid
The Bigger Picture is screening DIVA (1981) on 20 June at the EDT in East Dulwich. Directed by Jean-Jacques Beineix this wonderfully stylish thriller was largely responsible for the renaissance of foreign language film in the UK in [...]
Continuing the series of the inspiration behind the recent murals created as part of Baroque the Streets: Dulwich Street Art Festival, where a group of internationally renowned street artists were asked to interpret paintings from [...]
Baroque the Streets festival is over. But the wonderful murals will remain. In May 2013 sixteen of the biggest names in international street artists were invited to Dulwich to create murals based on the 17th [...]
Street Art has officially arrived in Dulwich as some may have seen on the BBC news last night. As part of the Dulwich Festival this year Baroque the Streets (organised in collaboration with Street Art London) [...]
With just under a week to go before Baroque the Streets, preparations are well under way. Over a sunny lunch break I was treated to a tour around the Dulwich hotspots where work is in [...]
Dulwich is home to many things. A world-famous Gallery, acres of historical estate land, serene leafy residential streets, and the bustling delights of Lordship Lane.Before 2013, however, one place it most certainly wasn’t was a centre for internationally renowned Street Art. A ground breaking new project, Baroque the Streets, is about to change the face of Dulwich forever! Masterminded by Ingrid Beazley and organised in collaboration with Street Art London this festival will play host to a cherry picked group of artists from all over the world, who are, or have at one time been, working predominantly on the Streets.