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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.
To accompany the exhibition Bookbed, artist Ruth Beale has complied a small collection of books by or about autodidacts and self-education, and books selected to aid the autodidact.
Artist Harold Offeh and Paul Goodwin (then Tate) discuss issues of urban design and future thinking in reference to Futurama, Offeh’s 2010 commission for Peckham Platform.
Seek, Sort, Sense is a free activity pack designed for children aged 3-6 years old that encourages engagement with green spaces in the area.
Eileen Perrier in conversation with writer Michael McMillan and Emily Druiff.
Kathrin Böhm explores issues of distribution of wealth, community economies, local currencies and the economics of mental health.
This digital tapestry is a collaborative work from artist Meera Shakti Osborne and producer A.G. made after working with a group of young people on the 2021 Digital Tapestry project.
These resources offer a range of reference materials around drug and alcohol misuse, focusing on movies, music, art and books.
Artist Nikolaj Larsen discusses his 2012 work 343 Perspectives.
Larsen’s film 343 Perspectives quietly reflects on themes of isolation and community in a residential area in South London served only by one form of transport – the 343 bus.
Join Youth Platform Coordinator Farrah in creating patterns and textures with watercolours.
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.
In 2015 artist Melanie Manchot discussed the inspiration behind her ambitious film installation, Twelve, with Dr Pratap Rugani, documentary filmmaker and then Reader in Documentary Film at University of the Arts London.
Case Study of the South London Black Music Archive by Barby Asante
Artist Kimathi Donkor, Lindsay Johns and Emily Druiff discuss the development of Kimathi’s exhibition ‘Daddy, I want to be a Black Artist’
This publication explores teaching in classrooms as a socially engaged artistic practice, by looking at the role of the teacher as artist.
Case study of Sarah Cole’s 2013 exhibition TRIBE.
Podcast debating the value of art within the NHS’s addiction services, with Mark Prest, Dr Alison Rooke and Dr Luke Micheson
This interview with artist Barby Asante looks at her inspiration for the South London Black Music Archive and documents the exhibition.
This video by Gordon Beswick documents the launch event and artist talk for David Cotterrell’s 2011 commission SlipStream.
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