In 2012 1st Framework’s programme of activities continue to be housed inside the empty studio, but it’s now more akin to a safe ‘Harbour’. It provides advice surgeries, workshops and support for pilot research & development projects. During their stay in the ‘Harbour’ projects are developed which bring together diverse teams of individuals and organisations to achieve common goals. Recent ‘Harbour’ projects include shared affordable office space supported by Peabody Trust and Wallis Kier in an initiative to provide affordable workspace for 11 small arts education organisations alongside Tate Modern, London.
A 12 week training program broken up into 3/4 week segments. 1Wayforward aims to educate some and re-educate others through training, personal development, counselling and mentoring. Empowering youth to believe in themselves. Inspiring youth to reach their full potential. Motivate youth to intentional success.
Inspire will offer a chance for young and older people to develop their talents. InSpire will offer basic skills training, IT introductory sessions,parenting support and language, literacy and numeracy support.
ActionSpace supports the development of artists with learning disabilities and creates innovative projects for people with learning disabilities to engage with the visual arts.
Adinkra Arts Collective is a multi-media social enterprise organisation based in the UK. They have undertaken projects in Ethiopia, Zanzibar and London. The work collectively with like-minded individuals and organisations, working collectively, for the betterment of African-centred creativity and commerce. Adrinka Arts Collective host local events, including film screenings, and have volunteering opportunities.
Albrighton Centre is a community centre inSouth London. The new centre first opened in March 2011 and has offered a varity of community work aimed at local residents and the local community since that time. The centre runs a number of weekly activities aimed at a wide cross section of the community and we hope that this page will provide you with information and help in identifying those activities that are of use to you.
Children's centres provide advice and support for parents and carers. Their services are available to you from pregnancy right through to when your child goes into reception class at primary school.
The Bethlem Gallery, established 1997, is situated on the grounds of The Bethlem Royal Hospital. Managed by a small, artist-led team, the gallery provides a professional space for high-quality artwork and fosters a supportive artist-focused environment. Exhibitions and events are programmed throughout the year presenting a wide range of mediums and contemporary practice.
Blackfriars Settlement is a registered charity providing services to the community. They offer a wide range of services and activities, supporting people to achieve their goals and improve their wellbeing.
We are a small, friendly group, open to all. We are lead by Mestre Mags, who has over 25 years experience of playing and teaching samba drumming. Our mission is to improve mental wellbeing and we are proud to be funded by SLaM.
The major refurbishment of Blue Anchor Library has now been completed and the library reopened on 12 May 2014.
The Blue Elephant theatre produces an eclectic programme of new work across the performing arts from physical and dance theatre to new writing and revamped classics.
Founded in September 2009, we have 50+ members, an eight-strong committee and we’re looking for as many like-minded ladies as possible to join our group. We celebrate all the things the WI stands for: insightful speakers and presentations, interesting craft projects, and a whole lot of cake. We seek to embody the WI’s motto of ‘Inspiring women’, forging friendships and sparking passions that will benefit both us and the communities we live in.
The Boundary Women’s Project aims to encourage local women to realise their own potential, especially individuals experiencing social exclusion or minority ethnic women facing language barriers. The project is based in Shoreditch, but is currently able to accept referrals from all over London. The sessions take place at the St Hilda's Community Centre.
Brandon Library is based on Cooks Road. They offer groups and activities for both adults and children.
Camberwell Library offers weekly and monthly activites for children and adults, including Baby Rhyme Time, Children's Games Club, Homework Club, Pensioners' Club, Job Club, book group, knitting group and free IT courses (see website for further details).
We are a group run for and by people (or carers of people) with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), in the South East London area. The group aims to ease the suffering and isolation of people with this debilitating and still poorly understood condition.
Everyone deserves a right to an education. We offer educational and inspiring activities which work for you on your terms.
Designed by world renowned architect Piers Gough, partner at CZWG architects, the Canada Water Library opened in November 2011. The library incorporates a range of cultural and community facilities.
We met with a shared excitement about the possibilities that learning environments can provide, with a particular interest in art, movement and object manipulation. We soon began to see the potential of linking our particular disciplines and experiences, and soon set our sights on animation, with its many related processes.