Conversehave recently been on a global mission to inspire the next generation of creative spirit through art, style and skate by curating a series of talks, workshops and exhibitions in worldwide major cities including NY, LA, Warsaw and Belgrade and are soon due to land in London Town to offer our local youth tangible hands-on lessons in various activities to help them nurture their artistic ambition which will hopefully assist them along their way to success.
CONS Project London will be taking over space in South East London’s Peckham to offer up a Mixlab series, designed to develop and enhance budding music production skills in our up and coming DJs/producers, then a series of raves, screenings, talks and exhibitions which journeys through the history of London’s underground music scene.
CONS have then commandeered the services of their skate ambassador, Jerome Campbell, to craft a series of photographic and film inspired skate sessions to encourage young skaters bois and gals to show off their skate shiz in a uniquely built urban skate space which will also house its very own London Pub.
Hip Hop ledge Pusha T has been booked to kick off CONS Project London so get your sneakers laced up and get yourself down to SE15 on Thursday 29 May for what promises to be a very special South East London creative occasion.
Thu 22nd May – Thu 31st July, 2014
Cons Project London, Copeland Gallery, 133 Copeland Road, Peckham, London, SE15 3SN