Speculative Geologies is a collaborative project by Charlie Cousins and Fionn Duffy. They explore the performative process of research in response to a speculative meteor impact site that spans the North West Coast of Scotland.
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Love Camden has been looking at poems about love by former Camden residents and have picked seven favourites.
This month we spoke to Olivia Ahmad, curator at House of Illustration, the only public art gallery in the UK dedicated to illustration. Based in Granary Square in King’s Cross since 2014, the gallery is about to celebrate its third birthday.
Origin Housing won the Outstanding Contribution to the Community award at The Camden Business Awards 2015 for their Time Banking Scheme which encouraged volunteers to organise activities that promote positive people and strong communities. Read more about it here!
“I entered the Open Open to meet wonderful and amazing artists from all walks of life, be they hobbyists, professionals or just those who want to express and demonstrate emotions and ideas as well as imagination.” - Participant, 2016
Age UK Camden
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We provide high quality, innovative services and support, campaigning, social advocacy and partnership working.
Age UK Camden (formerly Age Concern Camden) is dedicated to supporting all older people in the borough of Camden.
After 26 years of leading Camden Arts Centre from a local artist-run space into a future of international stature, director Jenni Lomax recently announced to be stepping down in July 2017. For our International Women's Day monthly feature page, we are featuring some of the great female solo shows on display at the Camden Arts Centre over the past few years.
Blur the borough's boundary with Back to Front Collective
Each month, Love Camden highlights an object from the Camden Art Collection that ties in with the cultural agenda across the borough of Camden. This month: Lancelot Ribeiro.
Primarily based at Swiss Cottage Library Gallery for the duration of the residency, Frances Scott investigated how the environments of both institutions might be ‘read’ using different forms of knowledge, from the rational to the mystical.
Writing Table remodeled one of the interior furnishings that Swiss Cottage Library’s original architect, Basil Spence, designed for the library in 1964. Nine newly created versions of Basil Spence writing tables were dispersed throughout the library, to be used as tables by the public for the duration of the exhibition.