Case Study: Barby Asante, South London Black Music Archive

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In this video case study on our 2012 South London Black Music Archive exhibition, we hear from artist Barby Asante, Emily Druiff, Trustee and Founder of Peckham Platform and members of the local community about the importance of involving young people in art projects that investigate where they live and the cultural impact of previous generations within a specific environment.

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Artist Talk: Ruth Beale, Bookbed

Artist Ruth Beale considers the themes within the exhibition Bookbed. The talk provides an opportunity to consider the exhibition in the context of contemporary art practice and to discuss questions arising from the audience.

Artist Talk: Barby Asante, South London Black Music Archive

Barby talks to host Paul Goodwin at the Tate about the exhibition.

Article: Emily Druiff, Reactivating the archive

Emily Druiff, Trustee and Founder of Peckham Platform discusses Southwark Education Resource Project (SERP) Reactivated and the significance of archives in the spring 2018 issue of The National Society for Education in Art & Design’s AD magazine.

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