Stephen Wiltshire Raffle


The talented artistic prodigy Stephen Wiltshire MBE visited Black Cultural Archives and captured our iconic building in a beautifully detailed drawing. Stephen has generously donated 25 limited edition prints to BCA.

We are thrilled to offer one lucky winner the opportunity to win a limited edition print of our grade II listed building. BCA’s iconic building is situated on the historically named Windrush Square in Brixton, London. It is a beautifully restored Georgian building that now houses the UK’s leading archive collection preserving Black British history.

Stephen is recognised worldwide particularly for his massive panoramic cityscapes. His works are sought and can be found in important art collections across the globe.  He has received many awards in recognition of his art including an MBE in 2006 for services to the art world.  

The print has been hand numbered and signed by Stephen and comes with its own Certificate of Authenticity. Stephen has donated the original artwork to Black Cultural Archives.

If you are successful you will be the owner of a unique and outstanding piece of art and contributed towards our future at Black Cultural Archives. 

Thank you for taking part and good luck!



  • The closing date for raffle ticket purchases is Friday 30th March 2018

  • Tickets are £5 each and can be bought online or direct from BCA.

  • The Raffle will be drawn on Saturday 31st March 2018, 3:00pm at the BCA.


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Sir Lenny Henry, Stephen Wiltshire MBE and Conrad Peters, BCA Trustee

Sir Lenny Henry, Stephen Wiltshire MBE and Conrad Peters, BCA Trustee


Congratulations to our winner of a limited-edition Stephen Wiltshire print! 

“I’m so proud to have won!! When I first heard about the competition, my immediate thoughts were of Stephen in a helicopter hovering overheard with a birds-eye-view of Brixton. To say, I’m a fan of his work is an understatement – so to be in with an opportunity to own an original print was too good to pass up. But the raffle was always a win-win situation whereby even if I didn’t win the prize, I’d still be contributing to the important work of the BCA. It’s a double win for me.” Marcus 'Paradise' Dawes

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