EXHIBITIONS &  EVENTS

 27th September 2021 - 20th October 21

Free Entry, open Mon-Friday from 9.00- 6.00pm

@ The Exchange, King's College London,Bush House North East Wing, Aldwych , WC2B 4BG

Due to COVID-19, this exhibition is open to King's College London staff and students only.

Visit ‘Endz n’ Out: Growing up during neighbourhood change’, an exhibition and research project that tells the story of urban regeneration and gentrification and its impacts on the mental health and wellbeing of young people in South London.  

 

Produced by a team of young researchers from Southwark and Lambeth, the photography exhibition and zine draw attention to their experiences and ideas about how changing neighbourhoods influence young people’s lives.  We invite you to explore and critically interrogate who urban regeneration policy is designed for.

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27th October 2021

11am – 5pm 

@ REACH Festival

Dexters Adventure Playground, 6 Montego Close, Brixton SE 24 0LH

We'll be exhibiting at the REACH Festival for Young People.

The REACH Festival for Young People brings young people together to discuss their experiences during the pandemic and, most importantly, what we need to do now to enable young people to thrive. In collaboration with The Big Kid Foundation, we will be hosting a variety of workshops, music, competitions, food and much more!

We'll also be joined by some very special guests including, A Collective Sound, Breaking Mad Team, Soothsayers and Youthsayers!

www.thereachstudy.com/

www.bigkidfoundation.org/

PAST EVENTS

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This event is supported by: LISS DTP; The Exchange, The Department of Geography, and The Centre for Doctoral Studies, King’s College London.

Saturday, 4th September 2021

11am – 4pm 

@ 198 Contemporary, 198 Railton Road SE24 0JT

 

Free Entry

 

Join us for the launch of ‘Endz n’ Out’, a research project that tells the story of urban regeneration and gentrification and its impacts on the mental health and wellbeing of young people in South London.  

 

Produced by a team of young researchers from Southwark and Lambeth, the photography exhibition and zine draw attention to their experiences and ideas about how changing neighbourhoods influence young people’s lives.  We invite you to explore and critically interrogate who urban regeneration policy is designed for.

 

Pick up a copy of the zine and have your photo taken in our drop-in community photo studio.

For the continued safety of our visitors, staff and team, we continue to encourage visitors to wear face coverings (unless exempt) and to maintain social distancing. We will ensure the venue is well-ventilated and limit the number of visitors in the space at one time. 


Please do not attend the event if you have any COVID-19 symptoms or currently have COVID-19.