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MI5’s greatest spymaster, an eccentric revealed in a new exciting biography

For a young writer it must be a dream come true. Henry Hemming’s second biography has been chosen as Book of the Week by The Week, got almost two pages in Sunday Times where Max […]

South London Street Art

This article was originally written in 2008, when there was a street art festival under the Waterloo train arches and soon followed a Tate exhibition with talks about this new emerging phenomena in art. My younger […]

Summer reading

Summer reading season is almost upon us and these are a small selection of the suggestions that the booksellers of Village Books in Dulwich Village will be recommending in the coming months. This Must Be […]

VIDEO: Art Speaks: Sabrina Mahfouz

Art UK have released a film made with poem Sabrina Mahfouz on her creative response to a painting at Dulwich Picture Gallery. Sabrina gives a personal and political contemporary response to Ludolf Bakhuizen’s ‘Boats in […]

The Street Art Walks continue…

By Amanda Greatorex, who has big shoes to fill, is continuing Ingrids legacy by leading the Dulwich Outdoor Gallery Street Art Walks. Extra date added for Dulwich Festival Saturday 20th May 2-5pm £9 includes Dulwich […]

Inspirational lectures add that extra to an exhibition

It is said that the more you know about an artist the better you will appreciate his or her art. This might be true and especially if you get to know more about the artist […]

Writing for Dulwich OnView…

Four months is an odd amount of time to live in any city. It’s a terrible amount of time to live in London; it’s a tease. Four months is that strange window of time you […]

The Elephant in the Room art exhibition

My name is Laverne Hunt and I am the founder of Media Community Network. I am currently curating and exhibiting an exhibition of film, art and photography work by students in the diocese of Southwark. Recent graduates […]

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