To celebrate Inter Faith Week we have compiled the best events happening in Camden during Inter Faith Week 2017!
Click here to read the exhibition review by by Judith Gayle
Each month, Love Camden highlights an object from the Camden Art Collection that ties in with the cultural agenda across the borough of Camden. Featuring works by Barry Flanagan, Barbara Hepworth and Lancelot Ribeiro and many more, our Hidden Treasures series aims to provide insight into the history and legacy of some of the collection’s finest works. This month: Prunella Clough.
These are some of the people working with us on Camden Is...
When Camden Council started on the journey of applying to win London Borough of Culture, we knew that we wanted our bid to be shaped by Camden’s communities. Our consultation approach needed to reflect this. Read all about our consultation and the poem "On Top of the Hill" by Camden poet Polarbear!
"From the Top of this Hill" by Polarbear, inspired by our consultation for Camden Is
Guest article by Philip Parr from Parrabola on their consultation workshops in Camden
To celebrate the end of Camden Flux, It's Nice That has teamed up with Camden Council and asked four brilliant LGBTQ creatives to join us for 50 Years On: one night at Central St Martins, Granary Square on Wednesday 1 November to speak about their work across art, design, fashion and film through the lens of their personal experiences, asking what it means to identify as LGBTQ in the creative industry in the UK – and wider world – 50 years on.
As part of her residency at Swiss Cottage Gallery, artist Vishwa Shroff will be doing research and developing new work inspired by Camden’s many floors, all built between 1757 and 1947. She will be working at Swiss Cottage Gallery daily, culminating in an exhibition of her work. 
As part of Camden Kalã, Project Paisley invited the Camden community to take part in creating a Paisley design in workshops led by artist Saj Fareed. The designs inspired ‘Camden Paisley’ a unique artwork for Swiss Cottage Library by Fareed. Through a kaleidoscope of colour and pattern, ‘Camden Paisley’ represents the social fabric and vibrant communities that make up the Borough.