Ritzy Cinema launches Human Rights photo competition

  By Kitty Knowles The Ritzy Cinema,  Windrush Square, has launched a photography competition and exhibition to coincide with the cinema’s Human Rights Watch Film Festival,...

Chrine: New Exhibition at Brixton Road’s Block 336

Arts Editor, Ruth Waters, finds the lost and found wood of South London transformed into art at Brixton's unique artist-led gallery, Block 336.  Chrine,  an art installation...

New Exhibition ‘To Gypsyland’ at 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning

  Chris Berry witnesses the launch of To Gypsyland – a studio practice and archive project by Delaine Le Bas co-curated by Barby Asante questioning how much...

198 Contemporary Arts and Learning celebrates 25 years of inspiration and...

Chris Berry went to find out more about the organisation as it celebrates its 25th year, as well as for the launch of the film Action...

Loughborough Junction’s cafe with a crafty difference…

Arts Editor, Ruth Waters, went to meet the man behind a new hybrid arts/cafe space, Ray Mahabir, for a nice cup of tea. Situated...

After Dark Art at New Brixton Gallery

Arts Editor, Ruth Waters, discovers the gallery that glows in the dark. Last Saturday, Atlantic Road's new art space, Knight Webb Gallery, threw a launch...

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