Tag: Brixton Library

Windrush – what happened to those young people?

Tony Fairweather launches his new book, Twenty-Eight Pounds Ten Shillings – A Windrush Story, in Brixton library on Thursday 16 June. Camille Addis Alem talked to him...

Peripheral Visions, Marginal Figures at Brixton Library

Peripheral Visions, Marginal Figures is Martin Grover’s new show in the Brixton Library, Windrush Square, from 10 to 28 May. Martin is an endlessly inventive...

Everything is revealed in Brixton library

The Rolling Crystal Ball, an exhibition by professional artist and former musician Sam Dodson, opens in Brixton library tomorrow (21 April). Running until Monday 2...

Enter now for the Brixton Blog & Bugle Summer Art Show...

Are you an artist living in or around Brixton? Do you want to exhibit your work to the local community? Entry is open for the Brixton...

Ballad to reading – new show at Brixton’s Tate Library

  ‘Ballad to reading’, the new exhibition at the Library, is a group show of the work of 24 artists, curated by Celia Martin-Perez and...

Our Collective Voice – a new exhibition at Brixton Library

As part of LGBTQ+ history month, Brixton’s Tate Library is hosting “Our Collective Voice”, an exhibition of photographs representing the lock-down experiences of Black,...

Mapping Queer Lambeth

Brixton library will next month host the launch of a pamphlet charting Lambeth’s rich LGBTQIA+ history through the physical buildings, spaces and spots across...

‘My Work’ – the new exhibition at Tate Library Brixton

Over the past two years mentors from the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) have been helping a group of photographers, who have been affected by...

Kimathi Donkor – new show in Brixton’s Tate Library

Kimathi Donkor is an internationally recognised and celebrated contemporary artist whose work is diverse in terms of subject, media and technique. The Notebook series...

Success for newcomers at Brixton Blog and Bugle art show

Cherise Hewett and her picture Ayaba were awarded the winners’ prize at last night’s (19 July) ceremony marking the end of the 2021 Brixton Blog and...

Brixton Blog & Bugle summer art show 2021

The third Brixton Blog & Bugle summer art show will be a physical event, taking place in the Brixton Tate Library on Windrush Square...

You can’t go through hell alone …

Gargie Ahmad watched the Black Men’s Consortium and Tony Cealy perform Kwame and The Lockdown – keeping up the conversation about Black men’s mental health After a...

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

  The #MotherWorks photography exhibition is back in Brixton at the Library from Monday 2 March to Saturday 4 April. It was first seen in...

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....