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Upcoming Festival: Indian Shakespeares on Screen

From 27 -30 April, a festival of talks, screenings, workshops and a display of Indian Shakespeare movie memorabilia, will be held at the Asia House (27-29) and the BFI Southbank in London (29-30). The festival […]

New Year’s Inspiration for 2016

Its that time of year again. As traditional as the turkey, the tree and the January sales are new years resolutions…however long they last! Luckily, however, there is loads going on in South London to […]

A Week Celebrating Science at Dulwich College proves Pupils are an Inventive Bunch

The Autumn Term at Dulwich College saw pupils celebrate all that the school does to encourage knowledge and love of science in Dulwich Inventive week From DNA Construction to speaking with Astronauts Dulwich Inventive was […]

An Unlikely Pairing

Graffiti and… English lessons? I normally wouldn’t peg the two as synonymous, but they both came together in a classroom at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich. Bella Szyszkowska, an ESOL teacher at Lewisham […]

Perceptions and Reflections: young people’s multimedia artwork on display

Young people find inspiration in David Hockney’s prints at Dulwich Picture Gallery ‘[In his prints, Hockney] is just saying it’s no big deal. He prints the ordinary, and what is normal like being gay, or […]

Spring Contextual Lectures 2014: A Preview

Richard Thorpe and Prof. Tom Burns introduce their forthcoming lectures ‘The Welsh Wizard: David Lloyd George’s Legacy’ and ‘Sigmund Freud: Still Relevant in the 21st Century?’ The Contextual Lecture Series is a new series of Tuesday morning […]

People who Changed the World: A New Series of Tuesday Morning Lectures for 2014

Chair and Convener of the annual Contextual Lecture Series at Dulwich Picture Gallery, Dr Kenneth Wolfe, is interviewed by Lettie Mckie, the Gallery’s Educational Public Programme Manager, about People who Changed the World. A fascinating new series […]

Schools love the Dulwich Street Art/Fine Art link

The public walks led by Dulwich Outdoor Gallery have now morphed into primary and secondary school art trails and spray paint workshops which link today’s street art with Dulwich Picture Gallery‘s 17th century paintings. There […]

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