Delving into the contemporary art practice of Colombian artist, Oscar Murillo, we discuss his influences, process, Turner Prize win & more.
In conversation with Bobby Holder, a true and locally well-known Brixtonite. We discuss childhood, community, Windrush Square, the 1985 Brixton Riots & more.
We chatted to Jewels Norburn, co-founder of our first community partnership, Art4Space, about the beginnings, aims and progression of the group over the years.
We sat down with the captivating Etta Burrell, owner of the culinary delight that is Etta’s Seafood Kitchen in Brixton Village to explore her thoughts about the area, both in the past and how it is evolving today.
As International Women’s Month draws to a close, we highlight two more female artists whose work demonstrates a conceptual link to our theme this year of conflict and integration.
We sat down with Meg Cadwaladr, Session Leader, for The Studio at Your Way to explore the benefits of community art projects.
Exploring two Brixton-based artists who are heading up their country’s pavilions this year at the Venice Biennale.
Our top tips for applying to an art competition. Whether it’s your first time applying or if it feels like something you could do with your eyes closed, we’ve got you covered.
We take a look at the different creative communities Brixton, including the WOM Collective, Empathy Museum, Black Cultural Archives, BLAM UK and more.
We explore this year’s theme of Conflict and Integration through a conceptual lens in the early stages of our competition.