Filmmaking in Brixton: Phil Dunn Interview

Phil Dunn is a writer, director & poet who filmed his award-winning short film “THE STUPID BOY” on location in Brixton, with a Brixton-based cast & crew. THE STUPID BOY

Hair Talks

Hosted by two beauty industry luminaries, Winnie Awa (Founder & CEO Carra, AI driven personalisation platform for textured hair, British Beauty Council DEI Co-Chair and Glamour Power List Panel) and

Windrush Art Fence – Open Submissions

June 2023 will see the creation of London’s largest outdoor art experience, Windrush Art Fence. Transforming 400m of the Brockwell Live music festival’s perimeter wall into an alfresco expression of

Visual Arts & Curation Course

198 Contemporary Arts and Learning are excited to start their ‘Fast Forward into…. Visual Arts and Curation’ course on Thursdays and Fridays, starting in April. The course is for Lambeth

Brixton Blog & Bugle Summer Art Show

Do you want to exhibit your work to the local community? Entry is now open for the ever popular Brixton Blog & Bugle Summer Art Show The show is open

“What will the lasting legacy of the mural be for Little Portugal?” 🌎🌿

Join Eduarda & Alex TONIGHT to unveil the first ever mural celebrating Lambeth’s Portuguese-speaking communities!

With the help of over 100 community members, British-Portuguese artist @_scoobydudu & @_alex_bowie_ have co-designed a community mural that celebrates the diversity of Portuguese-speaking communities and cultures!

This is a #vauxhallnight project supported by @mayorofldn and @lambeth_council delivered by The Brixton Project.

📅 Wednesday 29 November @ 6:30PM
📍Tate South Lambeth Library, SW8 1QP
Join us for this month’s Women of Colour Index Reading Group with @blu.smth, facilitated by Samia Malik 🖤

Blu Smith is a London-based multi-disciplinary artist & PhD student exploring Black identity and collective consciousness through ancestral memory. Originally from the US, their work now thrives in the UK, connecting with the Black diaspora through mediums like film, audio, and collage.

Reading Group sessions aim to improve the visibility of women of colour artists whilst using material in the archive to generate discussions, thoughts around practices of: anti-racism, anti-colonisation and political justice. All people of all backgrounds, genders, sexualities, religions and race are welcome.

🔗 FREE ticket link in bio

📆 Monday 4 September @ 6:15-8:30pm 
📍Lounge Brixton, 58 Atlantic Rd, SW9 8PY

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