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‘Jazz in the Garden’ – the story

Carlos Lopez tenor sax

With just a week and a half left before ‘Jazz in the Garden’ at Dulwich Picture Gallery on 11 September, we are preparing our playlist and rehearsing.
We are delighted that Rochana Jackson and Zara Mannings, who have just left JAGS, will be singing with us for the first time.
We are also very pleased that two Jazz Bands from Dulwich College will be performing.
Jack Valentine will also be singing and Nick Kacal is once again on bass and Carlos Lopez on saxophone. Andy Trim driving the rhythm on drums and then of course there is me…

Wine List or Whine List?

Restaurant wine lists can be informative, interesting or infuriating.

They can be set out in many ways – a mere list in price order, different sections devoted to a country or region or to a wine style such as crisp white or fruity red. All have their place but rarely do they suit everyone.

There is one local restaurant that has a list of around thirty wines that has not changed for at least ten years. It does not show vintage

Delivering Walking the Dog

Walking the Dog detail, Peter Randall-Page

The first piece of contemporary sculpture ever aquired by Dulwich Picture Gallery was delivered this week.  It’s called ‘Walking the Dog’, by Peter Randall-Page and it is spectacular.  So was the delivery – see slide […]

Artist, Technician, Teacher, Gallery Dog

Every day hundreds of students visit Dulwich Picture Gallery for tours and workshops. As the Sackler Centre Technician, I assist the volunteers and freelance artists who lead these workshops, as well as teaching twice monthly Sunday family drop in sessions, myself.
I’m also an artist, and am exhibiting in ‘A Night-There Lay the Day Between’ at Gallery 242, Cambridge Heath Road in the East end from 1 – 5 September.
Read on to find out about my dog…

Blackberry time

Blackberries and hawthornes, Grange Lane

I don’t have an allotment, the herbs on the windowsill die in days, and strawberries seem to be available all year round in Waitrose. So how’s a city girl to keep track of the seasons? […]

How Walking the Dog came to Dulwich

Exotic Cargo

Peter Randall-Page’s Bicentenary Sculpture Commission for Dulwich Picture Gallery I have been asked by Dulwich OnView to tell you something of my working relationship with Peter Randall-Page and how I came to propose to Ian […]

Raising a smile

Er, which was is Denmark Hill?

East Dulwich is a funny place, isn’t it. Sometimes funny peculiar, sometimes funny ha-ha. Here are some pictures I’ve snapped recently which have raised a smile. If you spot anything locally that makes you chuckle, […]

Birthday Closure of the Gallery ahead of the 2011 Bicentenary Celebrations

shop redesign by Small Black Room

The Gallery will be closed for the public for a two week birthday revamp of its shop and entrance from 31st August to 13th September. Although the Gallery will be closed, our lovely Cafe, garden, Sacker […]

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Finally! Finally!

At long last the parking sign in Dulwich Village for single yellow line. Parking restriction stops at midday. By @DulwichSociety

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