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January 01 2019
Left: Mat; right: Jimmy Left: Mat; right: Jimmy
45 artists took part in Bad Behaviour art collective’s Ideal Homelessness Show, and our peer journalists visit the Guardian


Forty-five artists took part in Bad Behaviour art collective’s Ideal Homelessness Show in December raising a fantastic £1,000 for the Pavement. Organiser Araba Ocran said: “We wanted to make a space where homeless people are visible, creative and relevant.” Mission accomplished as there were 120 visitors plus the staff and residents of Great Guildford Street Hostel who “made us feel very welcome.” Our striking cover is by one of the Bad Behaviour artists, James Tuitt to highlight racism in the fashion and beauty industries, with a focus on celebrating the vital contributions black models are making to fashion/ art/beauty images despite the rejection they face.  More show pix on Instagram @b_behaviour and twitter @B_Behaviour © Bad Behaviour


Christmas visit

The Pavement’s From The Ground Up team, including most of the writers of this issue; homeless health charity Groundswell; the Pilion Trust (which helps homeless 18–25-year-olds) and students from University of the Arts’
London College of Communication met Guardian journalist Patrick Butler at the famous newspaper’s offices to learn about pitching homelessness stories.

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