Tag: Brixton Library

Mums and kids get creative for Brixton International Women’s Day

Fari Goolab Rosella Black Leanne Narissa Williams Nadia Bennouna   The #MotherWorks photography exhibition is back in Brixton at the Library from Monday 2...

Brixton library presents collage as cutting edge

Brixton’s Tate Library will host an exhibition of collages throughout January. Leslie Manasseh met the curator Sam Dodson to talk about the medium and...

‘Don’t forget about us – and don’t forget about books’

Simone Richardson talks to Liyah Leoni about her creation The Wave, and why she launched it in Brixton library The Wave is a showcase for LGBTQ+ writers...

A virtual reality trip round Brixton’s heritage

Audiences have been flocking to Brixton Library this week for the Coldharbour Project: a 360˚ VR film and oral history exhibition exploring Brixton's heritage....

Story of a struggle to succeed as an artist

Djofray Makumbu’s story is about a struggle against the odds – how one young man’s talent, determination and hard work brought him artistic success. This...

Learn about the history of Brixton at the heritage festival

  Lambeth Heritage Festival is a September month-long festival led by Lambeth Archives and the Lambeth Local History Forum. For history buffs there is plenty to...

Fanfare announcement for Brixton summer art show winners

The Brixton Blog and Bugle Art Show winners were announced in Brixton Library last night (6 August) to an enthusiastic audience of artists and...

Our summer art show open in Brixton library

The Blog & Bugle Summer Arts Show runs until 4 August at Brixton Library. Twenty-nine local artists are exhibiting their work in two categories...

Brixton Library Gallery presents Quid Pro Quo

Julia Gallego and Paul Wye met while studying the Printmaking MA at Camberwell College of Art in 2010. But their work was moving beyond...

Readers and Writers Festival 2019

Lambeth Libraries Readers and Writers Festival, now well under way, is celebrating 15 years with a great mix of events, talks and readings. This year’s...

Art at Brixton Library – Colin Barnes

'Versace Crimewave' is new series of works by artist Colin Barnes which explore the tension between a mainstream media narrative and the current climate...

Time to be a credit to yourself and the community

Jane Wenlock of the Vauxhall Time Bank says timebanking will benefit both individuals and the community. Time banks connect people through the use of...

Brixton’s News Club kicks off with expert panel and hot topics

  News Club is a fortnightly discussion event that combines a panel of experts with an audience of local news-hounds to dissect the week’s stories...

Pegasus choir to perform in Brixton library

  The community choir of Brixton’s Pegasus opera company, who opened the Windrush 70 celebration in Windrush Square, will be performing at Brixton Library on...

Summer reading challenge at Brixton library

https://youtu.be/C99JxaUBcMU   The annual national Summer Reading Challenge is back at Brixton library and will continue until children go back to school. The challenge is for children...
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What’s on in and around Brixton 2 – 8 May

Tuesday 2 Elmgreen school The month-long Herne Hill free film festival is already up and running. Tonight’s offering is the cult French eco-film Demain (Tomorrow) at...

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