5 November Deptford Town Hall, New Cross Road, London SE14 6AF
4.30-5.15 Deptford.TV Premieres: Black History Month
Four short films made by Goldsmiths MA Screen Documentary students for Deptford.TV on Deptford’s black history. They look at the story of reggae sound systems in the area, the growth of the black community here, and the racist violence of the 1970s and 1980s, including the New Cross Fire. The films feature Les Back, Joan Anim-Addo, Lez Henry and others
5.30-8.00 Talkoake on se14 6af: What will New Cross be?
A small row of terraced houses along
As property portfolios are rationalised, it seems possible that the entire street will be swallowed up in a new development. What will happen to Crema and the creative culture it has helped to foster in the area?
On the 5th of November, you are invited to
Talkaoke is is the spontaneous, global/local talk show where anyone can take a seat and air their views around the doughnut of chat. The format was created by The People Speak – a public art collective that develops 'tools for the world to take over itself'. The purpose of this event is to bring together as diverse a collection of interest groups as possible, and provide a safe and enjoyable format for them to challenge each other's perceptions and plans for the area in a constructive way.
- The Centre for the study of Global Media and Democracy http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/global-media-democracy/
- The Centre for Urban and Community Research http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/cucr/
- Goldsmiths Media and Communications http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/media-communications/
The People Speak http://theps.net/