Barbara Steveni introduces the methodology behind the radical Southwark Education Research Project (1989-95). Find out why the concept of the ‘open brief’ and its role in artist placement in schools was so critical. This video includes oral history testimonies from SERP participants including Rita Keegan, Carlyle Reedy, John McTernan, Lloyd Trott and Adrian Chappell.
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.
This interview with artist Barby Asante looks at her inspiration for the South London Black Music Archive and documents the exhibition.
Artist Kimathi Donkor, Lindsay Johns and Emily Druiff discuss the development of Kimathi’s exhibition ‘Daddy, I want to be a Black Artist’