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Interview with Doric String Quartet

In association with the Dulwich Festival’s 25th Anniversary and the Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery, the Doric String Quartet will perform at Christ’s Chapel, Dulwich on 16th May. […]

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Interview with Sarah Hamilton

Can you tell me about your background and when your interest in art started? I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t painting, cutting, gluing and generally making […]

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Interview with Mark Pearson

Can you tell us about your background and when you became interested in art? I come from a working-class family in South East London. None of my relatives […]

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Interview with Rowena Brown

Can you tell us a bit about your background? How did you first become interested in ceramics? I went to Saturday morning pottery classes from the age of […]

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Interview with Joe Innes

How did your passion for music begin? I have no idea, though I think crucially for me – I’m much more passionate about a good song than ‘music’ […]

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Interview with Ingrid Beazley

In Memory of Ingrid Beazley FRSA, 1950 – 2017 Ingrid Beazley FRSA was an art museum curator, author, editor and educationist. Having studied art history at St Andrew’s […]

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Interview with Brian Green

Local historian and author Brian Green is a shopkeeper in Dulwich Village. He has been writing about Dulwich’s history and leading walks, talks and classes in local schools […]

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Interview with Jo Lewis

Artist Jo Lewis works primarily with paper and watercolour and uses the ebb and flow of the River Thames as inspiration for her painting. Drawn to shorelines, the […]

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Interview with Lucy Bainbridge

Since graduating from an MA in Print at Camberwell College of Arts, Lucy Bainbridge has become an established printmaker making atmospheric cityscapes. She also set up the Bainbridge […]

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Interview with Emily Jo Gibbs

Emily Jo Gibbs is a textile artist, who has established an international reputation for highly detailed and exquisite portraits and still lifes. Her work has received critical acclaim, […]

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Interview with Charlene Mullen

Charlene Mullen is a homewares designer specialising in textiles and embroidery. After a career in the fashion industry, she set up her own studio designing luxury homewares in […]

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Interview with James Riley

Local boy James Riley has recently returned from a two-year adventure in Nashville. Working on a new album, set for release in Autumn 2017, James is bringing his […]

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Interview with Robin Lustig

Journalist and broadcaster Robin Lustig’s distinguished career has spanned more than 40 years. Best known as the presenter of The World Tonight on BBC Radio 4 and Newshour […]

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Interview with Adam Norsworthy

Returning for a second year to the Dulwich Festival, following a sell-out performance in 2015, Adam is one of the country’s finest singer-songwriters. Best known as the lead […]

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Interview with Paul Benjamins

Paul Benjamins (18 October 1950 – 23 November 2015) – an Artists’ Open House exhibitor since its early days – was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2014 and […]

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Interview with Louis Masai

This year’s festival will see internationally-recognised artist Louis Masai live-painting an outdoor piece at local nature reserve, Sydenham Hill Wood. We caught up with Louis to ask him […]

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Interview with Martin Grover

Martin Grover lives and paints in South East London, working from a studio in West Norwood for over 20 years. As a painter and printmaker, his work combines […]

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Interview with Tony Beaver

Tony Beaver is a painter living and working in South East London. He went to Goldsmiths’ College in the mid-Eighties where he was taught by the conceptual artist […]

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Interview with Helen Ireland

Helen Ireland is a painter working in East Dulwich. Her paintings are collages combining printing, drawing and layers of paper. What is your background as an artist? I […]

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Interview with Andrew Carter

Andrew Carter is a printmaker who lives and works in East Dulwich. Having originally studied Fine Art, he graduated with distinction from the MA Printmaking degree at Camberwell […]

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Interview with Jane Muir

Can you tell me what you do? I’m a ceramic artist. I left college in 1992 and have been working ever since. I’m a self-employed artist working on […]

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Interview with Daniel Reynolds

When did you first start working with ceramics? I suppose like everyone, I dabbled in pottery at secondary school, then moved away from that towards painting and sculpture, […]

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Interview with Michael Ruh

What attracted you to glass blowing? I think it looked completely magical and mysterious and really enticing. And how did you get into glass blowing? I was in […]

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Interview with Chloe Cheese

Chloe Cheese is an artist and printmaker, working from her house and studio in Forest Hill. After leaving the Royal College of Art in 1976 she began working […]

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