The first London Analogue festival is being held in Deptford and New Cross this weekend - it's a two-day festival celebrating analogue photography, film and sound art
The press release says: "In an era when digital technologies are ubiquitous, the first London
Analogue Festival will celebrate the beauty, power, and aesthetics that come from analogue
technologies. On Saturday the 7th and Sunday 9th of September 2013, the festival will draw together
international artists for a weekend of live performances, talks, and exhibitions in South East London.
A diverse range of analogue moving images, photography and sound art will be showcased.
Encouraging participation, the LAF will offer workshops, discussions, and networking opportunities.
These and door prizes will be offered in collaboration with festival partners, including Lomography,
Silverprint, The Impossible Project, Moo Cards, and Room 66."
The festival has a Facebook page from which I lifted this photo of them setting up the venue in Deptford Town Hall - worth a visit if you can make it down there Saturday or Sunday.
There's a full programme on the website with some interesting-looking events in the former town hall, the Amersham Arms and the Old Police Station.
Best of all - it's totally free of charge!