Celebrating International Women’s Day: Fiona Freund putting Brixton’s working mothers on the map

I was keen to share this great blog to celebrate International Women’s Day courtesy of @Brixton Blog. Lulu Lincoln: Teacher An exhibition by photographer Fiona Freund will put Brixton’s working mothers on the map as part of this year’s International Women’s Day celebrations. MotherWorks is the vision of local creative team (and working mums) Mothers … More Celebrating International Women’s Day: Fiona Freund putting Brixton’s working mothers on the map

“The last thing I wanna do is sneak out at 4am and get my collar felt with a spray can in my hand!” Intro street artist Lionel Stanhope.

Some of you might know him as the guy who has made your south east London community cooler, immortalised in words with street art even.  I now also know him as the dude who painted one of the most memorable pieces of graffiti I recall from when I was a wee little lass growing up on the … More “The last thing I wanna do is sneak out at 4am and get my collar felt with a spray can in my hand!” Intro street artist Lionel Stanhope.

Loughborough Junction: Street Art Emergence

Tucked away between Brixton, Camberwell and Herne Hill is an area with an emerging identity of its own – Loughborough Junction. Bearing the name of its very convenient railway station (5 mins to Elephant, 10-12 mins Blackfriars/City), it’s an area criss-crossed by railway tracks and of course railway arches, which are fast becoming an agent… via … More Loughborough Junction: Street Art Emergence

LEAKE STREET: Waterloo’s Iconic Graffiti Tunnel Gets Lit

London Waterloo’s famous graffiti tunnel, Leake Street Arches, has been brought to life by light. Originally brought to fame by notorious street artist Banksy, Leake Street, also known as the iconic ‘graffiti tunnel’ links Lower Marsh to the South Bank and is one of London’s most popular urban street art locations. As one of the few … More LEAKE STREET: Waterloo’s Iconic Graffiti Tunnel Gets Lit

Indy film to Immortalise Cleansing of London Council Estates

WoolfeVision and Aylesbury Film Night presents a WORLD PREMIERE 8th December of the documentary ‘Concrete Soldiers’, about the social cleansing of housing estates and those resisting the destruction of their homes. The film focuses on the Aylesbury, Cressingham Gardens and Central Hill council estates in London. The film encourages viewers to have hope, and a belief that a fairer future … More Indy film to Immortalise Cleansing of London Council Estates