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  • Food Junctions UCL Launch Party

    Food Junctions UCL Launch Party

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    March 22nd 2010 marked the official beginning of Food Junctions. While the actual Events will take place from April 24th onwards, UCLs Public Engagement Unit hosted a reception for all contributers to meet the team and get to know each other.
    The first recipes were exchanged and architecture students from the UCL Bartlett presented the preliminary design for the structure to be built at camley street. Have a look at the photos!
    UCL invites you to

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  • Food Junction

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    You and I Films is working with the UCL Food Junctions team to produce a series of short films covering the process and celebration of the Food Junctions  a festival of creative events based at Camley Street Natural Park. A full Menu of Events will bring  food, nature and culture together  on 24-25 & 28 April and 1-2 May. A wide range of expertise from UCL, community members, creative organisations, local businesses and food enthusiasts

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  • Mayor of Lambeth takes part in a B£ shopping spree

    Mayor of Lambeth takes part in a B£ shopping spree

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    On Saturday 31st October, the Mayor of Lambeth took part in a B£ shopping spree, that started off at Morleys of Brixton department store where the Mayor got himself some B£s.
    Next on the list was A&C Continental, Portuguese deli on Atlantic Road, from which the Mayor emerged with a bag of goodies, including herbs and onions for his dinner. From there the Mayoral convoy, made up of a number of B£ supporters and onlookers, moved to the Arcades market for

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  • Nettle for Fibre by John-Paul Flintoff – "Through the Eye of a Needle"

    Nettle for Fibre by John-Paul Flintoff – "Through the Eye of a Needle"

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    Positive TV and the Ecologist explore the world of sustainable fibre and the Nettle as an option to Egyptian Cotton. John-Paul takes us through his personal tayloring guide and explains the possibilities of this forgotten fibre alternative.

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  • Rob Hopkins "Local Food" – Book Launch

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    Positive TV meetup with Rob Hoskins to discuss his new book about local food and shares his passion for growing more nut trees and why Garden sharing are one his favourite projects.
    This new book co-authored by Tamzin Pinkerton and Rob Hopkins brings together a very wide variety of projects, ideas, resources and information covering every aspect of developing local food supplies. There are chapters on skills, home growing, community gardens and orchards, food co-ops, schools projects and many more.
    Many of

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  • The Big Lunch – Bellenden Road Peckham SE15

    The Big Lunch – Bellenden Road Peckham SE15

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    The Big Lunch features Bellenden Road in Peckham SE15, Tuba, Bunting ,Birthdays , Community, Carved Water Mellons, Food and New friends what a fantastic day.
    Basically, it’s a party in your street, in everyone’s street. On 19th July we’re asking the people of Britain to stop what they’re doing and sit down to lunch together. Why? Well for lots of reasons really but mainly to put a smile back on Britain’s face

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  • A Southwark walk with Barbera Steveni

    A Southwark walk with Barbera Steveni

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    Barbara’s walk takes us to Southwark Town hall as she talks about her lifes work and recalls the APG commission work with John McTernan who was Director of Political Operations and their strategy of injecting change into Southwarks educational policy.
    Barbara Steveni founded the Artists Placement Group 1966 together her husband John Latham. Its purpose was to place artists in government, commercial and industrial organisations.
    APG emerged from the idea that artists are a human resource

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  • Peckham Settlement Media Workshops

    Peckham Settlement Media Workshops

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    Shoot to Edit is an introductory digital multimedia course covering video, photography and editing software such as Photoshop, Photo story and other engaging creative multimedia software. The course includes a practical project which involves shooting and editing video and stills footage to create a themed short film to be uploaded to YouTube.
    Session 1 – Tueday 16th February

    Introduction and course outline
    Course Coordinator : Felix Gonzales
    Attended by

    Sandra – Interested in video editing alternatives to Final Cut (Mac based) and would like to

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  • Protected: Melange Chocolate Workshops

    Protected: Melange Chocolate Workshops

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  • An Experiment in Low Level Aeronatics

    An Experiment in Low Level Aeronatics

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    John Hill attempts to float his mini zepper style hot air balloon at the pigeon wing, South Bermondsey in November 2009.Undeterred by the prevailing winds John and his dedicated team attempt the balloons maiden voyage. The 3rd failed attempt to launch a handmade challenge to transnational air travel. Better luck on your next flight Jon.

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  • Wandsworth ECO Fund 2010

    Wandsworth ECO Fund 2010

    The Wandsworth Eco fund is an award scheme offering Wandsworth residents £5000 for approved projects that reduce residential waste destined to landfills encouraging residents to collaborate and facilitate projects such as recycling or composting

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  • Perserpolis

    Perserpolis

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    Perserpolis is located on the heart road to Peckham SE15, behind the bright yellow door is shop brimming with surprises. Sally has a incredible choice of spices and flavours and holds regular events. Watch her space! for information vist http://www.foratasteofpersia.co.uk
    We love Peckham – “Perserpolis is possibly the 4th or 5th dimension”
    Persepolis is really just a little corner shop, but we think more like a mid-terrace multiple and have all the attitude of an out-of-town-hypermarket.
    Amongst the thrilling features of this

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  • Checkout Da Best tasting Jamaican Jerk Chicken in Brixton, South London

    Checkout Da Best tasting Jamaican Jerk Chicken in Brixton, South London

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    The Summers not over here’s a little taste of whats cooking on Cold Harbour Lane , Brixton – Take 2wo serve tasty Jerk Chicken and Lamb. The South African fired drums kickout a sumptious spicy chicken smoke that just makes your mouth drool…

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  • The Big Lunch blog – Join the big lunchers

    The Big Lunch blog – Join the big lunchers

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    Celebrating the people of Peckham
    by: Steve Bridger in: Stories, Video on: 20Jul2009

    You and I Skills – a social and community focused production company – has done a fantastic job capturing the diverse residents of Bellenden Road in Peckham doing their Big Lunch thing, with a little bit of tuba, bunting, birthdays, carved water melons, a lot of food, and generous dollops of good neighbourliness.

    The Big Lunch – Bellenden Road Peckham SE15 from Felix Gonzales on Vimeo.
    Near the end

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  • Will Day – Chair of Sustainable Development Commission

    Will Day – Chair of Sustainable Development Commission

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    Prime Minister Gordon Brown has appointed Will Day as Chair of the Sustainable Development Commission, to succeed Jonathon Porritt, who will step down after three terms in the post on 27 July 2009.
    Will Day joins the SDC from a background in international sustainable development, having worked with aid organisations Care International, Save the Children and Oxfam; and in broadcasting with the BBC World Service. He was instrumental in setting up Comic Relief, and has chaired the BBCs Children In Need

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  • Brixton Pound Launch – Duncan Law Transition Town Brixton

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    17th September – Positive TV attends the launch of the Brixton Pound a local currency creating economic community resillence in. Lambeth. We meet Duncan Law and Tim Nichols from Transtion Town Brixton.

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  • Richard Elliot – Peckham Moon Buggy

    Richard Elliot – Peckham Moon Buggy

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    Richard Elliot a Peckham based artist recreates a NASA moon buggy to roam the floors of Peckham’s multiplex which is transformed into a temporary arts space displaying works commissioned by Hannah Barry and Lucky PDF.
    This video was a community commission for Positive TV produced by Felix Gonzales

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  • Sylvia Cohen filmed at Hampstead Heath

    Sylvia Cohen filmed at Hampstead Heath

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    Live Juggeling at the Pond in Hampstead Heath – I bumped into Sylvia who magically puts a smile on the faces of passers by. She practises daily and has spontaneously juggled at events across the UK.
    Sylvia a proud mother shares her love of juggling and spontaneous exercise recommending this activity to alleviate boredom and maintain dexterity.
    This video was a community commision for Positive TV produced by Felix Gonzales

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  • London Week of Peace for Positive TV & Bebo

    London Week of Peace for Positive TV & Bebo

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    A video commission for Bebo and Positive TV to promote London’s Week of Peace at Trafalgar Square 2009 produced by Felix Gonzales
    With a special thanks to all from Livity and Live and to the entire team -http://livity.co.uk/ the 3 main guys were: Hosanna Keflom, Reece Akins, Shem West, Also thanks to Live Contributors: Jelani, Sienna, Damien and all he Positive people who helped create this message.

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  • Limitations Permitted

    Limitations Permitted

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    Limitations Permitted was the fourth commission by Peckham Space featuring artists Neal White and Manu Luksch in collaboration with FLIX.
    Peckham Space is an arts initiative funded by Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London, Southwark Council and Arts Council England.
    Manu Luksch is an artist and founding director of London-based arts production company Ambient Information Systems.
    Neal White is an Associate Professor in Art and Media Practice. In 2004 he initiated The Office of Experiments (OOE), a platform for multi

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  • Stockwell Skate Jam

    Stockwell Skate Jam

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    Fantastic Skate Jam Event held at Stockwell Skatepark, Check out the Crash…. Stockwell Skate park hosts the Skate Jam event inviting skaters from London to compete. I was interested in what makes community for the youth. I met up with some very proud parents and was amazed to see the emeging talent and confidence from the event.

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  • Limitations Permitted 2009 by Peckham Space

    Limitations Permitted 2009 by Peckham Space

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    Limitations Permitted
    Manu Luksch, Neal White and FLIX
    Peckham Square SE15, 21-28 June 2009
    Peckham Space announces its fourth commission, Limitations Permitted, which will take place in Peckham Square for one week in June. In keeping with our programme so far, this work engages new media to produce a site-specific installation that invites further participation from the public.
    Limitations Permitted has been developed by filmmaker Manu Luksch and artist Neal White. It will consist of two related parts: a ‘kiosk’ in Peckham Square, devised

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  • Limitations Permitted – Manu Luksch

    Limitations Permitted – Manu Luksch

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    Limitations Permitted
    Manu Luksch, Neal White and FLIX
    Peckham Square SE15, 21-28 June 2009
    Peckham Space announces its fourth commission, Limitations Permitted, which will take place in Peckham Square for one week in June. In keeping with our programme so far, this work engages new media to produce a site-specific installation that invites further participation from the public.
    Limitations Permitted has been developed by filmmaker Manu Luksch and artist Neal White. It will consist of two related parts: a ‘kiosk’ in Peckham Square, devised

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  • Limitations Permitted – Peckham Space

    Limitations Permitted – Peckham Space

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    Limitations Permitted
    21st – 28th June 2009
    10am – 6pm daily
    Peckham Square
    London SE15 3EB
    Limitations Permitted
    Manu Luksch, Neal White and FLIX
    Peckham Square SE15, 21-28 June 2009
    Peckham Space announces its fourth commission, Limitations Permitted, which will take place in Peckham Square for one week in June. In keeping with our programme so far, this work engages new media to produce a site-specific installation that invites further participation from the public.
    Limitations Permitted has been developed by filmmaker Manu Luksch and artist Neal White. It will

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