Workshops

How street art can be used as a tool for public realm regeneration

29 June 2024

11:00 -16:00

In this workshop session, participants will reimagine their streets, learning how to turn blank and grey facades into unique mural artworks. The workshop will help the attendees understand the societal need for distinctive places that truly resonate with the local identity. How we can avoid repetitive urban environments by using creativity to help local communities reconnect and feel proud of their neighbourhood?

After a quick introduction by Global Street Art, Studio PDP will lead a walking tour in the area, explaining strategies for urban realm regeneration and identifying the available walls for installations.

The attendees will then be grouped in teams for our interactive workshop. Guided by world-class street artist, Peter Barber, they’ll each work on reimagining a different wall, using their own creativity.

Post-event, Global Street Art will aim to commission a street artist to paint a mural inspired by the workshop as part of London Mural Festival in September.

Image: Copyright: Global Street Art

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Location

Big Local Works Bermondsey

4 Market Place
SE16 3UQ

How to get there: Bus: 1, 318. P12 Tube: Bermondsey (10 min walk from station) Train: South Bermondsey (10 min walk from station)


Tickets / Admission

Free

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Organiser

Studio PDP

Website:
www.studiopdp.com
Instagram:
@studiopdp

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible
Assistance dogs welcome
Accessible toilet
Baby Changing Facility
Quiet Space
On-Site Parking


For queries regarding access requirements for this event please contact: marketing@studiopdp.com .
View the LFA accessibility policy here


There is a large public car park at the rear although this can sometimes be busy.
There is a disabled ramp inside the front door.
Toilets are singles M and F but are quite large.
There are small office rooms that can be used for quiet space or baby changing.

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