A free oral history workshop led by artist Holly Graham, exploring local food-manufacturing heritage, and its impact further-afield.
With a focus on favoured sweet treats, this three-hour session will include recipe-recording, story-telling, and a visit to Peek Freans Museum, which houses a collection of objects that speak of the former Bermondsey-based biscuit factory.
This workshop invites anyone and everyone with an interest in the rich history of international trade and food production in Rotherhithe and Bermondsey, to share Holly’s research and feed into it.
To make a booking either:
Send an email to Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0207 237 1230.
Stir to Fully Incorporate forms part of a wider project concerning the Mayflower to mark and commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s journey from Rotherhithe via Plymouth to North America.
Holly Graham is an artist based in London. Much of her work considers the malleable and subjective nature of individual and collective memory. Bound up in this lies an interest in recording mechanisms, documents, evidence and processes of editing. She graduated from MA Printmaking at the Royal College of Art in 2014. Recent exhibitions and projects include: Recent exhibitions and projects include: BOUNDS, Skelf, Online (2019); It’s Only Bondage Was the Circling Sky, Fungus Press, Croydon, (2019); The Oval Window, Gerald Moore Gallery, London (2019); The Romance of Flowers, Kingsgate Projects, London (2018); Common Third, Copperfield, London (2018); Carefully Cleansed of Labour and Softened by Cooking, Compressor, London (2018); Sweet Swollen, Jerwood Visual Arts: Project Space, London (2018); and After Harry Jacobs: Outside, Cypher Billboard, London (2017).
To Us It Just Looks Like A Lemon and Stir to Fully Incorporate is generously supported by the Southwark Mayflower 400 Grants Fund from Southwark Council, British Land and United St Saviours