Brixton Revival Talk,Late Night Shopping & Printing Workshops
23 – 25 September 2016
‘Brixton Revival’ celebrates the African-Caribbean presence in Brixton from the 1950s to today. Based in Diverse gift shop in Coldharbour Lane, The multi-media display of sound equipment, memorabilia and merchandise acts as a Pop-Up Tourist Centre where visitors can find out more about black businesses past and present.
Join in for a weekend of activities and #BrixRevival vibes!
BRIXTON REVIVAL LATE
Friday 23 September 6pm – 9.30pm
TALK: REALISED, REVEALED, REVISITED
Artist and designer Alvin Kofi (Kofi Arts) talks about what’s behind the concept of the new Revival brand. He explains how, together with Terry Humphrey (TunkstoreArts) pictured right, they linked their experiences to create an installation which pays homage to the culture, creativity and enterprise of Brixton communities past and future.
LATE NIGHT SHOPPING EVENT
Friday 23 September 7pm
Celebrate the final weekend of Brixton Revival. Take the opportunity to visit, discover and shop at this special late night event with Trunkstore Arts sounds and live performances creating a great vibe!
#BrixRevival #BrixtonDT #LDF16
BRIXTON REVIVAL PRINT WORKSHOP
Sunday 25 September 2pm – 5pm
Drop in and print your own revival poster! Alvin and Terry want to know what’s your favourite art, music, fashion and orfFood. What would you revive?
Work with a traditional print block process and design your own #BrixRevival slogan poster.