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Vibrant summery blue cyanotype prints at Romeo Jones


Field Studies, an exhibition of cyanotypes by Liz Charsley-Jory, is on at Romeo Jones in Dulwich Village. Patrick Belton, owner of Romeo Jones and promoter of local artistic talent, spoke with Liz about her new […]

GCSE Art Exhibition at Harris Boys’ Academy East Dulwich


Last week, GCSE art students at Harris Boys’ Academy East Dulwich, showcased their wonderful artistic talents at an evening private view. My brother Junad, who just finished his GCSE exams, exhibited his amazing art works […]

Dulwich Contemporary Art Gallery│End of Season Exhibition South of the River

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The famous Royal Academy Summer Exhibition has already opened its doors but South of the River is equally exciting. The Art and Life exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery has started, celebrating Ben and Winifred Nicholson […]

Sarah Hamilton at Artists Open House


The Mole had been working very hard all the morning, spring- cleaning his little home. First with brooms, then with dusters; then on ladders and steps and chairs, with a brush and a pail of […]

Dulwich Contemporary Art Gallery: The Battle of Hastings – The Ones to Watch


Taking inspiration from the many trips we have made this past year to Hastings and St Leonard’s, we have been immersed in a creative hub, visiting artist’s garrets up five sets of narrow staircases; south […]

‘Colores, Dame Colores’


Lambeth social inclusion, hope and recovery project (SHARP) has teamed up with London based Spanish artist Jose Gomez to host ‘Colores, Dame Colores’, an exhibition of outsider artwork. Colores, Dame Colores, meaning ‘colours, give me […]

The Use of Fans as a Record of History


Before visiting The Fan Museum in Greenwich, I really had no idea how much is behind the history and making of antique fans. The lovely restored homes where the collection is housed add a greater […]

The Astounding Treasures of Horniman Museum and Gardens

Horniman Museum

From the involvement in the community, to the gardens, to the museum itself, Horniman Museum and Gardens thoroughly impressed me. Even though the weather is still cool out and the day I went to the museum […]

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