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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.

A Suitcase of History
Suppliers of artefacts to schools.

Alexandra Galleries
We supply a wide selection of multicultural prints and posters and exhibit art throughout the UK.

Bettie Morton Gallery
Local artwork, fashion and design.

Black Europeans - British Library Online Gallery
A series of features guest-curated by Mike Phillips for the British Library Online Gallery.

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.

Brunei Gallery/SOAS
The Brunei Gallery is dedicated to showing work of and from Asia and Africa, of both a historical and contemporary nature

Chinese Arts Centre
Chinese Arts Centre offers a variety of useful resources and support services for both artists, arts organisations, corporations and the general public.

Dominic Kelly, The Storyteller
Professional storyteller for schools, museums, libraries, and family audiences at public and private events.

Emotional Learning Cards
20 cards for creative exploration and emotional learning at home, school or in art therapy and counselling sessions.

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

Legacy by Tyne and Wear Archives
Legacy aims to build and promote a greater understanding and knowledge of Tyne and Wear's cultural identity by bringing together the forces of historical documents and the power of words. Creating greater access to culturally diverse archives and engaging new users from minority ethnic communities is the Legacy mission.

Motivational Photo Gallery
BELS is a charity working in partnership with the EBP's in South London. We provide work experience opportunities and provide enterprise and employability workshops to schools, colleges and training programmes for young people aged 14-19yrs

Muzik Kinda Sweet by Pogus Caesar
The book Muzik Kinda Sweet by Pogus Caesar is an evocative and nostalgic look at iconic Black performers from the last 25 years.

October Gallery
Exhibits contemporary art from non-Western cultures.

Ramayana Manuscript: Turn the Pages
The British Library's Turning the Pages™ allows you to 'virtually' turn the pages of the Jagat Singh Ramayana manuscript.

Want to see more of me?
Photographer Donald MacLellan\'s exhibition presents 25 striking portraits of established well-known Black British actors.

X5 Studio & Gallery
X5 is a new arts venue promoting exhibitions, photo media, training, and community events in Hackney.

Zenith Foundation
Zenith is dedicated to contemporary Arab arts.


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