You have probably seen all that street art popping up in the Dulwich area in the last couple of years. And you have probably gathered that they are pretty much all based on paintings in the permanent collection of Dulwich Picture Gallery. A large, lavishly illustrated book has been written about this strange project: ‘Street Art Fine Art’. Now 15 of the participating street artists have painted many of the covers of this hardback, and these illuminated books are on show at C&C Gallery in Forest Hill. ‘Street Art Book Art’ is on until 19 July.
George England built the organ in Christ’s Chapel in 1760, replacing the original instrument which by that time was over a hundred years old. The 1760 instrument was a very fine organ of its type, […]
Copeland Book Market is an independent artists’ book market and events platform now entering its fifth year. Their focus is on a summer stall-holding market which brings together 30-40 publishers and is hosted by Bold Tendencies […]
You might be wondering why you haven’t heard from us for a while? We’ve had a 20% cut in our core funding and are working hard to fill the gap. Our trustee Matt Craig is […]
Join the people of Brockley on 19 July to help recreate a 100-year-old group photo in Hilly Fields. Brockley Society found this remarkable photograph in the Brockley Society archives: a massive group portrait of the men, women and […]
We are looking for a London-based family to take part in another Back In Time social history experiment for BBC Two, summer 2015. Wall to Wall Television – one of the country’s leading independent television production […]
Southwark Council wants to destroy beautiful wild woodlands at Camberwell Old and New Cemeteries, felling dozens of trees, clearing woodland and undergrowth, and excavating acres of old graves, to make way for over 4,800 burial […]
You are invited to an evening of good food, good wine and good music on Sunday 21 June in the stunning garden of 39 College Road from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. This gorgeous contemporary garden was designed to […]