Come along to Dulwich Picture Gallery this Sunday for a great family afternoon including an arty/crafty workshop, free juice and popcorn, and a screening of the kids movie Ice Age.
Ruth Dupre gave a fascinating talk at The Arts Club, Dover Street, London W1 about her work across several disciplines and media – from ceramics to painting, from painting to glass and recently her move from glass into film.
There are other lovely villages in South London beyond Dulwich, hard as it is to imagine… Yang-May Ooi suggests a walk to discover two of them.
The Friends are delighted that Graham Greenfield has agreed to repeat his account of the current Van Gogh exhibition, ‘The Real Van Gogh: The Artist and His Letters’ on Tuesday March 16 at 7.30pm.
‘Towards the unknown Region’ Oil on canvas 101cm x 76cm I work in Bath as an illustrator and artist and I exhibit my paintings in a gallery in Bath.
‘Yellow in the trees at Biggin wood’ Mixed Media (photographic print & yellow crayon) A4 landscape I live and work as an artist in sunny West Norwood.
Dog Kennel Hill primary school’s Freedom Sculpture was created to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the 1807 Slave Trade Act, which made buying and selling slaves illegal throughout the British Empire.
Next weekend, 6 March, there will be a tour of the beautiful furniture in Dulwich Picture Gallery. Fulvio Rubesa sees it in a different light.
Seen around DulwichThe most beautiful Christmas trees outside Dulwich Picture Gallery
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