Tag: 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning

Black Men’s Minds – a moving testament

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Brixton based artist, filmmaker and psychotherapist Stephen Rudder talks to Brixton Blog at the end of his exhibition Black Men’s Minds at Brixton's Black...

Embodiment of courage

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Linett Kamala, the artist in residence at Lambeth town hall in Brixton this autumn has created “live art” in conversation with council staff, visitors,...

198 announces Womxn of Colour award

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Brixton-based 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning has announced a new Womxn of Colour Art Award. Mattie Loyce, curator and artistic programme manager said: “This new...

New Exhibition: Identity! A Poly Styrene Retrospective

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There is a new exhibition launching later this month at the 198 Contemporary Arts & and Leaning in Herne Hill from 17 May -...

Burning the Books – debts to go up in flames in...

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What is debt? What can it mean to people? These are the questions artist Alinah Azadeh wishes to explore with Burning the Books. A...

Burning the Books tours to Brixton

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Burning the Books is a live, touring project led by Alinah Azadeh exploring the power that debt holds over contemporary society by encouraging people to...

REVIEW: People, Places, Trains, Walls, Faces at 198 Contemporary Arts and...

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198 Contemporary Arts and Learning near is currently playing host to a selection of Frank ‘Steam 156’ Malt’s vast collection of graffiti photographs. People,...

REVIEW: Without An Empire – Ghosts Within at 198

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New arts contributor Keith Wallis reports on a recent talk with artist Said Adrus, following his recent exhibition at 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning on Railton Road.  In...

Launch event for The Roles We Play at 198 Contemporary Arts...

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This Friday at 6.30pm The Roles We Play: Recognising the Contribution of People in Poverty, a new book of striking portraits, launches at 198...

Gerard Hanson’s “Fashioned Realities” at 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning

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by Arts & Culture Reporter, Sophie Gainsley Tucked away in suburban Brixton, a display of paintings pulsates with Jamaican rhythm.  Artist Gerard Hanson transforms black...

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