Arts & Crafts
With much regret, Herne Hill Music Festival announces that its 2020 Festival is CANCELLED.
This is due to too much uncertainty related to COVID19.
The Festival notes on its website:
Local illustrator, Gaby Harrison, is celebrating small businesses in the area by capturing them in ink and watercolour.
Local charity, the Empathy Museum, are seeking nominations for a new project celebrating local heroes in the Brixton and Herne Hill area.
Has a shopkeeper, bus driver, neighbour or friend helped you during lockdown? Is there something practical or essential they did for you, or just a small act of kindness?
Brixton’s annual street art fair is going ‘virtual’ this year due to the impracticality of holding a socially distanced event, but don’t worry we plan to be back at our usual venue in beautiful tree lined Josephine Avenue next year. Meantime, please support our exhibitors this year by viewing their galleries and invest in some art.
Out of the Blue
Paintings by Lucy Duke and Ceramics by Henrietta MacPhee on show at their home gallery by appointment.
The Dorchester Court community is proud to present the inaugural Dorchester Court Art Exhibition - 'Home is where the Art is'.
You are cordially invited to visit our private 2-day art exhibition, which showcases work done entirely by the artistic community living in the beautiful – if dilapidated - Dorchester Court estate in Herne Hill.