Making art as well as historic buildings more accessible is something I’ve blogged about before, so I wanted to share these images (all by photographer Martin Brown) from a collaborative event which encouraged people to get creative in a London landmark.
The Kingswood Draw, part of the International Collaborative Drawing Project, brought together people of all ages from south London over Easter. The international project is described by artist organiser Ivan Liotchev as “an internationally travelling project that invites people from diverse communities to create large drawings together.”
The day at Grade II listed mansion Kingswood House in Dulwich featured giant drawings, an interactive light and film installation, knitting and edible art. More than 400 participants aged from two right up to 87 took part in 22 different workshops. More images of the event, which was produced by Emergency Exit Arts for Southwark council, are here: