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Three Perpetual Chords – visual music?

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On Saturday 18 April, Conrad Shawcross will visit Dulwich Park for the formal ‘launch’ of his new work Three Perpetual Chords. The artist calls the three sinuous pieces ‘visual descriptions of musical chords’. Regular park […]

Interview with Jo Hatton, Keeper of Natural History at Horniman Museum

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What is your job, and what does it entail? I am the Keeper of Natural History at the Horniman Museum and Gardens. I take care of our natural history collections – over a quarter of […]

The Dulwich Seasons

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Seasons are what frame our lives. They affect our day-to day activities, what we wear, where we go, and even how we feel sometimes. Unfortunately, the ins and outs of everyday life often keep us […]

All Saints art project‏

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When Sara Mark arrived as artist in residence at All Saints Church in West Dulwich, we were all intrigued by the contents of her artist’s bag. Wait_meltwater_1LR No paints, pastels or even clay – but […]

Private View for ‘Grange Lane Group‏’ was a great success!

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Throwing a party on Friday 13 is a bit of a gamble but it paid off. Our private view in the Jeanie Avent Gallery in North Cross Road was a success – we even sold […]

Polly Morgan: Taxonomy Is Dead (Long Live Taxidermy!)

With warmer weather just around the corner, telltale signs of spring have poked through London’s wintry haze- the daffodils are blooming, the sun is shining, and the animals are waking up from their season-long snooze. […]

Bold, Bright and Beautiful: Mothers Day exhibit at Dulwich Traders

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Award winning Dulwich based stores, the dulwich trader, ed and tomlinsons are once again running their hugely popular Mother’s Day Portrait Competition. Open to children from Reception to Year 6 at a number of participating […]

A Day at The Imperial War Museum

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If I’m being honest, I’ve always felt that my knowledge of history has been rather lackluster. It isn’t that I don’t find it completely enthralling- I do! However, all of my primary school memories of […]

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