We work to protect, preserve and celebrate murals in the communities where they were created.
We are working with Clapham Film Unit and Positive Arts, in a Heritage Lottery Fund project to restore the Brixton Windmill Mural on Lyham Road, SW2. This is part of the If Walls Could speak project which will create a short film about the Brixton murals.
The restoration was completed and unveiled on Tuesday 5th June 2012. Check out the BBC news clip here
The documentary "If Walls Could Speak", was screened on 27th September. It can be found on you tube.Our founder Ruth Miller recently had a talk about murals with Andrea Rangecroft on local radio station On FM. Listen here!
Alternatively, drop us an email and join us as a volunteer seeking new murals, adding to the database and working within local communities to keep the paintings up on the wall.
Apologies for the general quietness on the blog. We have been working away on lots of different things, trying to keep murals in their communities so that the next generation can enjoy them! Back to the subject of the title! … Continue reading
Since that snowy Easter weekend preparing the Stockwell Memorial Mural for restoration much headway has been made. Whilst the walls were in fairly rough and crumbling shape, anyone who has headed down the South Lambeth Road of late will testify … Continue reading