The Dulwich Music Festival features in #SouthwarkUntold by PemPeople and Rye Here Rye Now at Tate Exchange, Sunday 1st July

RyeHereRyeNow and The Dulwich Music Festival will be taking part in #SouthwarkUntold by @Pempeople @TateExchange on Sunday, 1 July.

FREE. 12 – 6pm @Tate Modern. Level 5, Blavatnik Building. [Book a Free Ticket]
Doodle Talks led by @drawing.people.together. Art materials proudly sponsored by @johntheunicorn_

You are invited to a day of fun, interactive and creative activity! Rye Here Rye Now will be taking part in Southwark Untold by Pempeople at Tate Exchange on Sunday, 1 July from 12 – 6pm. All ages are welcome to this free event.

Below is what’s on for Rye Here Rye Now at Southwark Untold.

Doodle Talks (1pm – 5pm)
Throughout the day, there will be 14 outstanding creatives from across London and different creative disciplines will be talking about their work, sharing their ideas, techniques, and insights into their work and life. There will also be some discussions around Southwark, the hub of creativity. The twist will be that while they are speaking, you will be invited to observe and draw the speakers as they share their stories.

The Doodle Talks concept was originally conceived by Lucie Russell (a regular at our events) of Drawing People Together (@Drawing.People.Together) and it is being done for the very first time for Southwark Untold.

Speakers
1-2pm
Matthew Pull, ‘Right Place Right Time’, Matthew is a London-based photographer.
Linzie Hunter, ‘Illustrating picture books’, Linzie is a freelance illustrator and hand-lettering artist now based in Peckham.
Lorraine Liyanage, ‘Dulwich Music Festival’, Lorraine is the Director of the Dulwich Music Festival, a classical music event that originally started in Dulwich but now hosts events across London and Kent.
Lorenzo Conti, Lorenzo is a graphic designer from Italy now based in Southwark.
Charlotte Martin, Originally from France, Charlotte is a London based illustrator with a passion for travel.