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New exhibition at College Lodge in Dulwich

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College Lodge is hosting a group exhibition entitled LODGISTICS, which runs from 26 October – 24 November 2012. Curated by Jenny Jones and Yuki Miyake of Open Draw online gallery, it shows contemporary art by […]

Sail Away with me

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Tis a beautiful summer’s day in September, 28 degree Celsius, there couldn’t have been a better time for my husband and I to enjoy the heat than our day off. I leaped at the opportunity, avoiding […]

Replacing the Hepworth

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Locals have chosen how they’d prefer to replace the £500,000 Barbara Hepworth statue, which was stolen from Dulwich Park in December 2011. The clear public choice is to draw up a shortlist of three or […]

Mini Munch – baby vending machine in Dulwich Park

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The world’s first vending machine designed for babies has been revealed! And it’s in Dulwich Park… The mini vending machine will be filled with Ella’s Kitchen’s healthy and handy snacks to show local parents that […]

How shall we spend the Barbara Hepworth insurance money in Dulwich Park?

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Please come to the Public Consultation on Wednesday 6th June 2012 at St Barnabus Church on Calton Avenue at 6.30 pm if you would like a say on how the Hepworth insurance of £400,000 is […]

Stik’s Street Art – Making the City by Claiming the Space

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The recent collaboration between the Street Artist Stik and Dulwich Picture Gallery, as part of the Dulwich Festival, has brought a wave of current and less recent Stik Street Art to the virtual galleries of […]

Do you have any unwanted books?

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This is the fifth year that the Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery will be running a bookstall in Dulwich Park during the Dulwich Festival 2012. It is always a fun and people packed day, with […]

Remember the Hepworth?

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Barbara Hepworth, the first woman in Britain to become internationally acclaimed for her life’s work as a sculptor, died in a fire at her studio-home, Trewyn, at St Ives in Cornwall on 20 May 1975. […]

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