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Peek through the windows of 'Keepers Cottage' next time you visit...

IMG_0100tThis year’s Summer Arts Academy has culminated in the creation of two silent films, currently on display in the Gallery’s ‘Keepers Cottage’ until the end of October. Created by young people, the films draw inspiration from Hitchcock’s mysterious cinematic masterpieces and Ravilious’s shadowy landscapes.

Watch our brand new Visual to Vocal film

IMG_0100tExperience the joy of this year's Visual to Vocal project in our brand new film which features scenes from the dramatic final performance as well as moving interviews with participants and their families.

WW2 Log Book reveals details of Ravilious's final flight

IMG_0100tKent resident Carol Lockwood recently got in touch with us regarding her father’s log book which contains records of the flights he piloted during the Second World War- one of which was the fateful mission in 1942 on which Eric Ravilious was a passenger.

Q&A with Sonia Kiourtzidis, Head of Retail at Dulwich

IMG_0100tSonia Kiourtzidis is Head of Retail at Dulwich and looks after our much acclaimed gift shop. We decided to gain some insider knowledge of what her job entails. Her enthusiasm could leave you considering a career change…

Vote for Dulwich! The power is in your hands...

IMG_0100tFancy coming to Dulwich Picture Gallery for a Halloween adult lock-in? We’re planning an other-worldly evening of immersive storytelling but we need your help to make sure it happens!

Dulwich meets Conrad Shawcross

IMG_0100tWe spent a spring afternoon chatting to the artist about his journey from workshop to studio, his new sculptures in Dulwich Park and the Gallery as a unique setting for his modern sculptures.

HRH The Prince of Wales visits Dulwich

IMG_0100tThere was a certain buzz in the air at the Gallery on Tuesday 11 November- in anticipation for the arrival of HRH The Prince of Wales who was coming to see 'From Forest to Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia'.