The South London Art Map - coming soon

The South London Art Map is a new website launching on February 21st. It describes itself as a "one-stop resource for the visual arts in South London, from Bankside to Greenwich."

The project is an expansion of the highly-successful Deptford Art Map and an opportunity for this area to showcase its best artists and events, including the Brockley MAX, which has its first planning meeting for 2011 on Monday 8pm, at The Orchard.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Bankside to Greenwich" isn't an enormous stretch...

Brockley Nick said...

Well assuming they mean the borough limits of Greenwich (Ravensbourne et al) it includes everything short of Bexley, which an unkind person might suggest is not much of a loss.

Brockley Nick said...

And I guess they don't include South West London at all, considering it to be a separate area...

doh! said...

No not an enormous stretch....and? are you another of these people who are looking for a reason to carp?

Anonymous said...

Well yes, if it's South London, what happened to west of Bankside?

Doh! said...

It's their site, they have chosen the area they wish to cover. What don't you understand? Why not south of Greenwich? Who cares.

Tamsin said...

I do think they should have been a bit more careful with the acronym, though. For anyone who has lived any time in South East London and had any contact with the NHS, PCTs or children's services, etc. SLAM is South London and Maudsly and mental health. Maybe there is still time for them to change to SELAM (since they are mainly South East).

Got a flyer with the following info. from Tea Leaf Arts - not quite dead and gone (which is nice):


110 Endwell Road, London, SE4 2LX www.tea-leaf-arts.com
The South London Art Map & Last Fridays

Tea Leaf Arts is delighted to be a part of the South London Art Map and will be celebrating the launch on Friday 25th February from 18.30-20.00. Tea & cake provided in a new, responsive environment…
LAUNCH: The South London Art Map will be launched on Friday 25 February from 18.30 - 20.00 pm at the inaugural LAST FRIDAYS. 90 galleries throughout south London will be open until late.

To celebrate the launch of the South London Art Map, Tate Modern has commissioned South London based artist Hew Locke to create an artist product. A limited number of badges created by the artist will be available to the first 25 people who arrive at participating venues that evening.

SLAM Fridays is a late night opening of all galleries in South London on the last Friday of every month, please visit www.southlondonartmap.com to print your itinerary for your visit
The South London Art Map is a one-stop resource for the visual arts in South London from Bankside to Greenwich.
Tea Leaf Arts would like to thank Peter Jarvis for use of gallery space.

Anonymous said...

Well done to all that participated in the South London Last Fridays, we ended up at the Police Station, it was a great vibe.

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