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Brixton-based architecture and design studios Squire & Partners and AWMA are excited to be collaborating once again for this year’s London Festival of Architecture...
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I am a neurodivergent creativeI want to talk to you about the two things in life that have had the most impact on my...

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Seonaid Gowdie is young local artist who created the artwork for recent project Atlantic Billboard, Look Both Ways Atlantic Billboard, Look Both Ways, tells...

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Brixton Diaries

Gaby Harrison is a freelance illustrator, commission artist, and owner of a small, Brixton-based creative business, draw the line. In 2020, Gaby launched a project to celebrate the many local businesses which had been forced to close due to the first COVID-19 lockdown. By capturing these businesses on paper, and sharing the illustrations online, Gaby hoped to reconnect Brixton locals with the venues they had been forced to abandon, and...

Brixton Diaries

Gaby Harrison is a freelance illustrator, commission artist, and owner of a small, Brixton-based creative business, draw the line. In 2020, Gaby launched a project to celebrate the many local businesses which had been forced to close due to the first COVID-19 lockdown. By capturing these businesses on paper, and...

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As part of Make It In Brixton’s ‘Lets Talk’ Series  we were joined by Tim Gledstone  to talk all things hyperlocal. Tim Gledstone is...

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Creative Activation Manual is designed to identify possible locations for creative intervention and inspire YOU, the creative community,  local businesses and the community groups of Brixton...

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