Dulwich Picture Gallery: Soulscapes Late

Working in collaboration with the Dulwich Picture Gallery, and with support from Impact on Urban Health, The Brixton Project had the immense pleasure of contributing to the wider public programming of the groundbreaking and life-affirming Soulscapes exhibition curated by Lisa Anderson. In response to the exhibition’s themes we set out

Community Research Exchange Launch

On the 23rd, 26th and 27th, The Brixton Project hosted the first Community Research Exchange. We are grateful to have been able to bring together local residents, cultural practitioners, governing bodies and public funders across Lambeth and Southwark, to collaboratively explore the benefits of local people leading community research and

Guys & St Thomas Heritage Roundtable: Legacies of Colonialism In Our Public Realm

As part of the London Festival of Architecture, The Brixton Project facilitated a panel discussion exploring the legacies of colonialism in our public spaces, with leaders in the discourse coming together with members of the community to champion our diverse history, platform current issues, and imagine a collective future.

Space Of Hope: Ella Jones

The Brixton Project’s Ella Jones delivers a talk at Spaces of Hope: There Are Many Alternatives. Spaces of Hope is for everyone who has ever thought there must be a better way. It brings together disparate voices that cross cultures, and divides. People with lived experience of doing things differently;

Rooted Talks: Health & Ancestry

The Brixton Project presents ROOTED Talks, a live panel discussion with young experts and community members talking about how the pandemic is influencing how we think about our personal health.