Romeo Jones will exhibit the artwork of local painter Paul Gildea from April 4 through May 2. This will be Gildea’s first showing since he was elected to the New English Art Club and since [...]
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Randy Klein has had an impressive career with over 30 solo exhibits and ten artist books published. So now it only seems natural that this dynamic artist would produce another intriguing and inspiring project. ‘10 [...]
Local author, Christopher Bowden, has recently published his third novel, The Red House. He shares his writing process and plot summary with Dulwich OnView. After the completion of the second book, The Yellow Room, what [...]
In the recently opened exhibition “Another Country” at the Estorick Collection, ten London-based artists open a visual dialogue with twentieth-century Italian art. I met Deptford-based Glenys Johnson, the only woman artist in the show, to [...]
In the third part of Beryl’s tale of a childhood spent in Dulwich fifty years back, she tells us about dancing around the maypole and going with her classmates to the pub!
There was not enough room in the hall for us to all have our dinner there so the classes took it in turns to go ‘out to lunch’. We would crocodile our way along to Half Moon Lane where the Half Moon pub had an outbuilding rather like a barn and we would have our meal in the upstairs room;
Local glass artist Sue King talks to Dulwich OnView about her work and her studio in south London. As I sit here writing in my study, I can’t help casually glancing* out of the window [...]
The Blue Elephant Theatre in Camberwell has collaborated with Sweet or Sour to present Short Cut(s)/Catharsis, a double bill of performance art which showed last week. Laverne Hunt talked to the director and one of the actors, and went to the press night.