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Soulscapes Late

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Catch the Soulscapes Late with music from Tony Njoku, urban foraging with Earthchild Remedies, DJ sets, creative workshops, a pop-up bar and much more. 

Join us at the Soulscapes Late for a chance to enjoy the exhibition after hours, connect with the spaces around us and reflect on the exhibition themes of belonging, memory, joy and transformation.  

Soulscapes reimagines the power of landscape art through the eyes of contemporary artists from the African Diaspora. The exhibition spans painting, photography, film, tapestry and collage from leading contemporary artists including Hurvin Anderson, Phoebe Boswell, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Kimathi Donkor, Isaac Julien, Marcia Michael, Mónica de Miranda and Alberta Whittle, as well as some of the most important emerging artists working today.  

This spring edition of our Late series will invite you to explore the transformative power of the land as a place of healing, renewal and wellbeing.  

Want to see the exhibition too?  

Although it's free to explore the Late, Soulscapes exhibition tickets must be booked separately. 

The programme (check back for more) 

Urban Foraging Walks – Earthchild Remedies 

Ever wanted to learn about the wild foods and medicines that grow in and around the city? Join us for an urban foraging walk around the Gallery Gardens. 

Artwork presentations by UAL Camberwell 

Students from UAL Camberwell will take over the Linbury room and develop works which will be presented on the night. 

Chapel Music   

La Salami - 8:00pm – 8:30pm  

Salami's break came in 2012 when chosen to support Lianne La Havas on tour.[4] He was eventually signed by independent London label Camouflage Recordings  

TONY NJOKU - 8:30pm – 9:30pm  

Tony has released several critically acclaimed projects over the years, his latest work has also garnered praise from renowned names in music such as, Mary Ann Hobbs, Giles Peterson, Caroline Polachek, Cerys Matthews and many more. 


En root - Unique culinary creations and authentic Gujarati spices. 6pm - 10pm  

♯plantpoweredgoodness. Their goodness provides nutrition to the mind, body & soul whilst engaging the fun and adventurous side in all of us…especially with food  

Roy's Authentic Jerk Chicken 6pm – 10pm 

In the Gardens and beyond with Brixton Project

haunting (1) a being - A performance piece by Origins
______Untold (6.30 - 7.30)

- Reclaim - A performance piece by Love Sssega
- Air - Performances by Valerie Ewuba and Tyrone
- Isaac-Stuart (7-7.30pm and 8.30-9pm)
- What Lies Beneath Workshops with South London
Botanical Society (6.30 - 8pm)
- If Trees Could Talk Sound Installation (7.30-8.30)

haunting (2) a making - A workshop facilitated by
Origins Untold (7.30 - 8.30)

haunting (3) a moving - A collaborative moment
between audience members and contributing artists,
marked by a procession across the site lead by Origins Untold