‘All of life is on display in Brixton. So I photographed...

Photographer Charlie Clift celebrates the life and soul of Brixton in a new photography exhibition now open at Pop Brixton. "It's the characterful people of...

Expectations: The untold story of Black community leaders

Expectations: The Untold Story of Black British Community Leaders in the 1960s and 1970s will be centre stage at Brixton's Black Cultural Archives from Tuesday...

Brixton summer art workshops for kids

A Brixton railway arch will house an art club for six to 10 year olds next month. Art educator Jess Nash will run the Opo workshop...

Will it be Three Limes or Melonia Trump?

It looks like it may be between Donald Trump and Gareth Southgate, with Karl Marx a possible dark horse. A controversial wall in Brockwell...

Festival flamingos flock to Brixton

Organisers of the Neverworld Festival this morning (19 July) filled Windrush Square with flamingos, saying: “Festivals are full of life-changing experiences and Neverworld want...

Council fees and conditions ‘kick in the teeth’ for Brixton’s Urban...

The organiser of Brixton’s Urban Art show, a regular local summer event that attracts thousands of visitors, has accused Lambeth council of “knocking the...

Photofusion in call for Brixton After Dark show images

Brixton’s Photofusion photography centre has announced an open call for submissions for its August exhibition Made in Brixton – After Dark. The exhibition is inspired...

Brixton market’s Agile Rabbit music breeds success

Abstract improvised music in a corridor of a market? Will it catch on? Yes it did. Agile Experiments, who have been performing outside Brixton Village’s...

Brixton events central to Windrush commemoration

  Brixton will be at the centre of events to mark the 70th anniversary of the arrival in London of the Empire Windrush and its...

Brixton schools group wins major arts research award

  The Brixton Learning Collaborative (BLC), in partnership with the local Windmill Cluster of schools,  is one of six UK organisations this year to receive...

Make a dolls’ house in a shoe box in Brixton Department...

Make a dolls' house in a shoebox Downstairs at The Department Store in Brixton and raise money for Shelter at the same time. Your shoebox...

Artists unable to grow amid Network Rail’s arches sell-off stalemate

Artists at Brixton’s Valentia Place arches are struggling to grow as they await the outcome of Network Rail’s countrywide railway arches sell-off. Tevye Markson...

Urban Art will be back in Brixton in July

Urban Art 2018, London’s largest annual open-air contemporary arts fair, will be back in Brixton on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 July. The free event...

Pub Dogs of London – it began in Brixton and now...

Brixton photographer Fiona Freund has an exhibition of her work opening in the Lounge on Atlantic Road on Monday (14 May). It’s based on a...

Brixtopia – a nation state of mind

“Brixtopia” features in the London Design Museum Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008-18 exhibition that runs until 12 August. It's a concept launched by Brixton-based...

Edward Bawden – Creator of imaginary worlds

Leslie Manasseh previews the upcoming Dulwich Gallery exhibition of works by the multi-talented Edward Bawden   Edward Bawden was one of the most celebrated British artists...

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