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198 Gallery
The 198 Gallery was established after the Brixton Riots to support the work of Black artists by meeting their needs for an exhibition space.

It is now a venue for artists from diverse cultural backgrounds and the gallery has gained a profile for innovative issue-based exhibitions and critically acclaimed work in the field of multicultural art and education.

African Connection
African fabrics.

Dance classes; Saturday school; theatre productions; Digital Arts suite.

Bettie Morton Gallery
Local artwork, fashion and design.

BFI Mediatheque
BFI Southbank\'s Mediatheque is the place to explore the BFI National Archive free of charge.

Black Cultural Archives and Museum
Education packs for teachers; historic resources, photographs, exhibitions; local information.

Blue Elephant Theatre
The Blue Elephant Theatre offers workshops to schools in the following art-forms: drama, scriptwriting, creative writing, storytelling, design, animation and textiles.

Brixton Art Gallery
Founded in 1983 by local artists, poets and writers, this gallery offers exhibition space for local and Greater London-based artists, as well as workshops, music and poetry events.

Brixton Tours
Brixton Tours welcomes you to an alternative view of London. We'll take you to see a colourful, vibrant and full-of-life place in London.

Information on Chinese culture, languages, artefacts and artists.

Ebony Eyes
Suppliers of a range of Black dolls, puppets, African artefacts, batiks and fabrics.

Education One Stop Shop
The Education One Stop Shop is an educational information, support and advisory service for Lambeth residents. Opens 9.00am-4.30pm, Monday to Friday and is based at International House, Brixton.

Free Courses at Morley College
The college provides free courses for people living in Lambeth.

Work from worldwide artists; artist-led workshops in schools; educational and outreach programme

Phoenix Arts & Cultural Community Project
Phoenix Arts & Cultural Community Project was established in 1989 to promote traditional Trinidadian Carnival Arts, Craft and Culture in Lambeth.

Refugee Council
Information on refugees and asylum seekers.

Refugee Council One-Stop Service
Provide advice and information on a wide range of issues pertaining to asylum seekers and refugees, including social security, family reunion, identity and travel documentation, education, housing, legal issues and refugee community organisations.

World Music Network
Information service and record label; produces Rough Guide compilation CDs as well as less well known artists.


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