The last time Dulwich Picture Gallery invited Friends of the Gallery to enter an open art exhibition it attracted 183 artists who submitted 388 works of art. That was in 2011 and considered a great […]
Dulwich Picture Gallery Articles
Dominic Alldis is just off the train when the interview takes place. He is a busy man being not only a celebrated jazz pianist, cabaret singer, arranger, conductor of classical concerts, teacher of music as […]
Between WWI and WWII, Brixton was the third busiest shopping centre in London. It had one of the first department stores in the country and, of course, the famous market halls – now listed buildings. […]
GalleryFilm has been going for several years now and it has achieved what every organiser dreams of; a steady and loyal clientele. Liz Buchanan who leads the team of five film-afficionados states that it is […]
Faith47, a street artist from South Africa, was in Peckham last week painting the most recent addition to Dulwich Outdoor Gallery. She painted this amazing wall in one day.
Having browsed the permanent collection in Dulwich Picture Gallery, Faith chose ‘Europa and the Bull’ by Guido Reni. c 1640 to interpret. She missed out the bull but added a bird.
For the second time the Dulwich Players’ open-air Shakespeare production has been accepted to be part of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Open Stages Project. Starting three years ago, the RSC invited amateur groups undertaking productions […]
Visitors to Dulwich Picture Gallery will know Elizabeth Linley immediately: the love-struck 18-year-old with her sister Mary in Gainsborough’s show-stopping double portrait. The more loyal may remember a later painting, lent from Washington for the […]
William Vann is a man on the go. This young musician and accompanist has just wrapped up the London English Song Festival, which he founded, to great acclaim. Last week he had an unexpected concert […]