International in-conversation: Nabiséré Nicole x Zethu Maseko




Monday 18 March 2024


Peckham Platform celebrates the Rye Lane Reconnected Project (2023-2024) with two free events in March. The first is an online conversation with Nabiséré Nicole x Zethu Maseko facilitated by Learning and Communities Engagement Manager, Levi Naidu-Mitchell between on March 18th at 1:30pm (RSVP here).

Rye Lane Reconnected is a community-led creative programme seeking to support engagement and collaboration between leading social artists, local residents and frontline community groups to collaboratively commission and create artworks for Peckham’s historic and iconic Rye Lane.

Over the past year, young people from Southwark’s Youth Justice Service, South London Refugee Association, and Inspire Walworth have collaborated with artists including Koby Martin, Tyreis Holder, and Meera Shakti Osborne.Together, they explored community, heritage and identity to reconnect to public spaces on their own terms. 

This co-commission was made possible with generous funding and support from Arts Council England, Art Fund, Culture Together, Cleaner Greener Safer, Neighborhood fund, London Borough of Southwark, and Grocers Foundation.

This event provides a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the artworks and meet local creatives.

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Zuleika Lebow: Creative Approaches workshop

Tuesday 2 November 2021 (Recording now online)

Now available as a recording is Peckham Platform’s Youth Platform zoom workshop with Zuleika Lebow, an artist, writer and educator born and raised in London.

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Meera Shakti Osborne and A.G.: artist discussion

Thursday 25 March 2021

Farrah Gray, Youth Platform Co-ordinator, interviewed Osborne and A.G. about Digital Tapestry, a collaborative video artwork created by Youth Platform members in a 10 week programme of zoom workshops run by Osborne and A.G.

Memories for the Future: Young Creatives Workshop

Monday 8 July, 2024

Join us for a meditative Monday workshop at the Old Waiting Room to explore the processes of making and memory with artists Barbara Majek and Tyreis Holder guiding an experimental textiles session for young people aged 18-25. Music and light refreshments provided.


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