Crisis Skylight Bermondsey
Crisis Skylight Bermondsey was a temporary project located in south east London running from July 2012 until September 2014.
Crisis Skylight Bermondsey was at the heart of a larger enterprise called The Bermondsey Project, which was a creative hub led by Crisis and working in partnership with Bow Arts, London Community Resource Network and other organisations to provide a network of opportunities for professional artists and Crisis members.
To mark the closing of Crisis Skylight Bermondsey and the Bermondsey Project to make way for a housing development a party, FIN, was held on 12 September 2014.
FIN saw the launch of the Made in Bermondsey exhibition, presented by Zandra Rhodes. The show featured the work of Crisis artists.
Supporting Crisis Skylight London and working with other local services, Crisis Skylight Bermondsey provided a 'next step' for homeless and vulnerably housed people ready to enrol in a more intensive curriculum helping them towards employability and self reliance. It promoted a higher level of study for the creative arts and practical programmes for vocational skills.
Crisis Crisis Skylight client, Steve Grant, in his studio at Bermondsey.
Crisis Skylight Bermondsey news
Final exhibitions launched at the arts hub, supported by Zandra Rhodes and Mark Wallinger.
Leading figures debate housing and homelessness in London
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Crisis held its debate on housing and homelessness in London to an art gallery full of more than 60 people.