2019 Round Up

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Some of our highlights and favourite moments from the past year: A COLOURFUL START TO THE YEAR To inject some colour into our iconic building, we commissioned Brighton based artist and designer Lois O’Hara. The brief was to create something to encourage people to explore the first floor and discover the shops and studios and…

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  • Thanks a million for your support: 853’s top stories of 2019

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    It’s been a busy 2019 for 853 – and you, our reader, made it happen. Site editor DARRYL CHAMBERLAIN gives an update on how the site is going a the end of another year… That’s another year done. Scarily, another decade done, too. It is 10 years since I first went to a Greenwich Council […]

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  • Vote for Brunel as the Art Fund’s 2019 favourite work of art

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    Vote before 11 December for our Brunel in Chains photograph as the Art Fund’s favourite work of art of 2019, and you could win a National Art Pass! The Art Fund are looking for the public’s favourite work of art among all those they helped museums and galleries across the UK to acquire in 2019. […]

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  • Brunel in Chains is the Art Fund’s 2019 favourite work of art

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    We are delighted to announce that our 1857 photograph of Isambard Kingdom Brunel has been voted the public’s favourite Art Fund work of the year! Thank you to all who voted for this iconic work, and thank you to the Art Fund and other kind funders such as the National Heritage Memorial Fund whose generous […]

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