Making Routes Festival

Making Routes Festival

Making Routes Festival at the South London Gallery, 2017. Photo: James Lyndsay and Michael Pheasant

Making Routes Festival was a free weekend of visual arts, theatre and play for children and families taking place at the South London Gallery, Oasis Play and Battersea Arts Centre. The inclusive events were created by disabled and non-disabled children, young people and artists.

Over the course of a year a diverse group of disabled and non disabled artists including Aldean Blair, Joanna Brinton, differenceEngine, Sarah Hopfinger, Dayo Koleosho, Conrad Murray, Jo Paul and Linda Stupart created new artworks at the South London Gallery, Oasis Play and Battersea Arts Centre. The artists collaborated with local children and young people to make the new artworks, games and performances which were showcased during the Making Routes Festival.

Download full festival programme here

 

Oasis Play
Fri 27 Oct
Delicious food, dancing, beatboxing, go-karting and an immersive and imaginative journey into the xenoverse.

South London Gallery
Sat 28 Oct
Take part in an interactive escape room, explre ways to play with giant tyres, mirrors and props and enjoy performances in the artist designed garden.

Battersea Arts Centre
Sun 29 Oct
A day of fun filled workshops, pop up performances and games. There’s something for everyone whether you want to chill out, get creative or rock the dance floor.