Regeneration and urban development is now part and parcel of living in London. Artist Sam Haynes and Sound Minds have worked with resident groups to pause and reflect creatively on the impact and pace of this neighbourhood change. Join us as we celebrate the insights of local people during six days of live music and public art in our Shopfront gallery.
Enjoy artworks and installations by the Sound Minds studio group, members of the Contact Club from the Katherine Low Settlement, Pennethorne House Somali women and children’s group and young people from Providence House.
PROGRAMME OF EVENTS:
Friday 11th - 6.30pm ‘Undemolished’ by Gigantic Station premiere (downstairs studio)
Saturday 12th - 2pm 'The Concrete Murals of William Mitchell' - a talk by art historian, Dawn Pereira
4pm ‘Undemolished’ in the X-Change space
Sunday 13th - 2pm Councillor Tony Belton talks about the history of the Winstanley and York Road estates following a screening of the documentary film '‘Battersea Junction’, made by children from Falconbrook Primary School.
Monday 14th - 6pm Sound Minds Choir sing songs about home and belonging / 7pm music performance by young people from Providence House / 7.30pm Spiritual Don sings ‘Bedsit City’
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