"WE ARE LOOKING FOR 12 YOUNG PEOPLE AND 12 OLDER PEOPLE TO TAKE PART IN THIS
EXCITING PROJECT WHICH WILL RUN DURING THE EASTER HOLIDAYS
(From 10 am to 1pm, April Wed 11th, Fri 13th, Mon 16th, Wed 18th, Fri 20th, Sat 21st)
WORKING AS PART OF A GROUP, YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO USE A 35MM CAMERA AND HOW
TO PRODUCE YOUR OWN BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINT IN THE DARKROOM.
THE FINAL WORK WILL BE DISPLAYED IN A PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION, AND YOU WILL GET TO
KEEP YOUR PRINTS.
THE PROJECT IS COMPLETELY FREE AND THERE
IS ALSO A TRIP TO A PHOTOGRAPHY
EXHIBITION IN LONDON BY BOAT FROM GREENWICH ON SAT APR 14th
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE, PLEASE CONTACT:
Jacqui Shimidzu at firstname.lastname@example.org /Tel: 07540?687267
Cafe Fed (old Cafe Orange), Kitto Road above the Hill Station
Mon?Fri 9 to 3
Promoted by: JOY ("Just Older Youth" group)
and supported by the Lewisham Council
If you were at the Bold Vision AGM or havbe been involved with the community garden on Arica Road, you may have already come across the impressive Sachen Whyte. And now Sachen as been shortlisted for the Inspirational Tenant of the Year at this year’s Housing Heroes Awards for his work at MacMillan House funded and supported by Lewisham Homes.
The Housing Heroes Awards are hosted by the Chartered Institute of Housing and Inside Housing Magazine. Winners will be announced on 11 May 2012. The Southern TPAS awards will be announced on 4 May 2012.
The next Mixer Live Word event is at the Hill Station on Friday (30th March). Lucy McGeown will be showing her film with a live improvised score by Archie and Ferry of Sound of Rum fame. The last event was excellent, a few people spoke (and sang) their words out loud for the first time and agreed that the friendly, welcoming group really put them at ease. So if you have something that you want to say or sing out loud, come along on Friday. Film at 6.30pm, Words from 7.30
On Saturday Mar 17th, Gill Hart, Kath Dunbar, Rebecca Charikar and myself set off for our try at the “Dragon’s Den” of The Funding Network. This organisation was set up ten years ago to give individuals with the means and the will to donate to charity a more meaningful way to do so. We presented our story along with four other great charities and then waited with fingers crossed while the 30 or so members and visitors made their pledges.
We were delighted to go a little over our (hopeful) target and raised £5,426. As per our application this will be used for 3 things
finishing the participatory artwork to breathe new life into the front of the former library (still time to participate… just fill in a couple of details here to have your book feature)
finding out what learning opportunities are of most interest to the library users – and provide them
develop sustainable tools to help us manage our volunteers and other resources and connect to other organisations
The money is great and it was heartening to hear so much positive feedback from the Funding Network people – they see New Cross Learning as an innovative community-driven and flexible model that many traditional libraries could learn from.