Cavaliero Finn Christmas Exhibition - 9th & 10th December

Herne Hill's very own contemporary art & design gallery is once again opening the doors of its home gallery at 268 Croxted Road for a Christmas Exhibition on the weekend of December 9th & 10th open from 10.30am-6pm.  At the show you’ll find a carefully curated selection of contemporary paintings, sculpture, ceramics, textiles and one-off design from some of the UK’s best artists and designers.

Modigliani the graphic novel exhibition




by Laurent Seksik and Fabrice Le Hénanff 

“A sensitive, poignant evocation of the painter Amedeo Modigliani, who died in poverty at the threshold of his fame at the turn of the twentieth century.”

“An impressive artwork, powerful and authentic.”

Carnegie Project - public meeting Wed 10th December 7pm


As part of the public consultation on the architects’ Outline Options for developing the Carnegie as a Community Hub there will be a public meeting on Wednesday 10th December from 7pm in the Carnegie Gallery.


The architects and the Carnegie Shadow Trust Board will talk though the Outline Options and there will be a contribution from Lambeth Council followed by a Q & A session.


Refreshments will be provided.  Come along and have your say.

Sketchpad Drawing celebrates 10th anniversary in Herne Hill soon!

Brixton Windmill Memories exhibition extends Minet Library stay

The Brixton Windmill Memories exhibition has extended its stay at the Minet Library into October. This project interviewed 26 local residents about their memories of Brixton Windmill, the local area around the windmill, and the importance of bread and flour production. The interviews were an oral history project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund as part of the All Our Stories scheme. This was connected to an exhibition and a theatrical performance as part of the Big Lunch in May, and was introduced to the Minet as part of Lambeth Archives Open Day. Brixton Windmill also hopes to get grinding again by 2016 – its 200th birthday! The Minet is located at 52 Knatchbull Rd, London SE5 9QY. You can listen to segments of the project's audio at: http://brixtonwindmill.org/collected-stories



Friends Of Ruskin Park Photography Competition 2014 Exhibition

Last chance to view & comment on St Thomas More Hall Picturehouse Cinema plans

One more chance to view Picturehouse Group's plans for St Thomas More Hall at 116 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, tomorrow Sat. March 8th between 10am-1pm. We went along on Tuesday night and noted an ambitious plan for 3 screens - see adjacent pictures plan panels (there more than 16, none as yet online anywhere else). Picturehouse advertised special cinema in architecturally interesting places and with it a revamp to suit site and aesthetics. Audio in particular. Interesting history of area cinema, includes information about old area cinemas, i.e. the old Lordship Lane "CINO", a silent movie cinema virtually over the road from the St Thomas More Hall site which came down after WWI. Gourmet Burger Kitchen is said to sit on that very site today. The exihibition coincides with Picturehouse's pre-planning application with Southwark Council and exhibition attendees are urged to feedback on site.


SketchPad Life Drawing student exhibition at Pullens till Jan

Herne Hill's SketchPad Life Drawing class, which meets at The Prince Regent, held their annual student exhibition's Private View at the Prince Regent last Thursday the 14th (photo from the Prince Regent; https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=524408650988047&set=a.5124396321...). Their exhibition has now moved into Pullens Dining Room & Bar at 293-295 Railton Road where it continues until January. info@sketchpaddrawing.com • 07930345069 • http://www.sketchpaddrawing.com/https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pullens-Dining-Room-Bar/229131580450092



Art Everywhere - A Very Very Big Art Show in Herne Hill?

Art Everywhere - A Very Very Big Art Show would love Herne Hill to get involved. This summer the UK will be transformed into the world's largest exhibition. Poster/billboard space is already being donated. Watch the film about plans for a massive-scale celebration of British art -  http://arteverywhere.org.uk/




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