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Dulwich Beyond Sight

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Art historian Christoph Vogtherr says that Dulwich Picture Gallery has ‘always had a special place in his heart’. In a new audio introduction he explains that he discovered the gallery as a student, and that […]

Here be Angels Episode 5 – William Blake tree planting minicast

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Here be Angels is a podcast about life in Peckham and East Dulwich. It’s produced by Richard Leeming, Heather Davies and Sarah Jane Griffiths. It’s telling stories about life in SE15 and SE22. No drugs, no […]

Here Be Angels Episode 4 – music, movies and great art

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Here be Angels is a podcast about life in Peckham and East Dulwich. It’s produced by Richard Leeming, Heather Davies and Sarah Jane Griffiths. It’s telling stories about life in SE15 and SE22. No drugs, no […]

Here Be Angels Episode 3 – Peckham disturbances

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Here be Angels is a podcast about life in Peckham and East Dulwich. It’s produced by Richard Leeming, Heather Davies and Sarah Jane Griffiths. It’s telling stories about life in SE15 and SE22. No drugs, no […]

Here Be Angels Episode 2

Here Be Angels

Here be Angels is a podcast about life in Peckham and East Dulwich. It’s produced by Richard Leeming, Heather Davies and Sarah Jane Griffiths. It’s telling stories about life in SE15 and SE22. No drugs, […]

Here Be Angels Episode 1

Here Be Angels

Here be Angels is a podcast about life in Peckham and East Dulwich. It’s produced by Richard Leeming, Heather Davies and Sarah Jane Griffiths. It’s telling stories about life in SE15 and SE22. No drugs, […]

Multimedia Writing: In Conversation with Steve Slack

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Yang-May Ooi talks to Dulwich resident and Dulwich OnView regular contributor, Steve Slack, about writing the multimedia guide for the British Museum’s Italian Renaissance Drawings exhibtion. This podcast first appeared on the Fusion View Mobile […]

The 4th Plinth – Sculptor, Living Sculpture and Film Maker

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Is art the new form of protest? Or is protesting an art?

Neil Ellis was selected out of 33,000 applicants to be one of the 2400 people to stand on the 4th Plinth in Trafalgar square part of Antony Gormley’s ‘One and Other’ project.
He chose to present a visually stunning performance to raise awareness of the alarming number of cyclists dying in London since January 2008.

Riffy Ahmed made two short films about his performance and the cause.

John Wyver is chairman of Illuminations Productions which has made a film ‘Anthony Gormley and the 4th Plinth’

All will appear at GalleryFilm’s next screening on Monday 10 May where the films will be shown. There will be a discussion and free wine too.

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