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Clean Break celebrates four decades of creating ground-breaking theatre on women’s experience of the criminal justice system with its retrospective exhibition ‘I am a theatre’: 40 years of Clean Break Theatre Company.
The live exhibition takes place at Swiss Cottage Gallery from 24 June - 31 July 2021, with Covid-secure measures in line with the latest government guidelines.
In this series, we are speaking to artists and creatives who worked with residents on the Camden Alive projects. Today, we are speaking with Award-winning jeweller Kelvin Birk, who worked alongside Katrin Spranger to create work with Camden residents during a series of Camden Alive workshops that took place in 2019.  
In this series, we are speaking to artists and creatives who worked with residents on the Camden Alive projects. Today, we are speaking with Katrin Spranger. Katrin Spranger is an activist and multi-disciplinary artist working with sculpture, jewellery and performance. She creates dystopian narratives that engage with the environment, consumer culture, science fiction and natural resources threatened with depletion. 
As part of its Camden Alive programme Camden Council, together with K2 Academy of Contemporary Jewellery and Camden resident artists are delighted to announce the opening of The Gallery at Swiss Cottage Library on 17 May 2021 with the exhibition Connecting Values: exploring co-creation through making. * 
Tensed Muscles is a collaboration between photographic artist Steffi Klenz and rappers Boss B & Brownsilla and opes at Camden Arts Centre on 21st May 2021
Camden is delighted to be funding 41 Community Festivals in 2021 - 2022.

In 2019 photographic artist Steffi Klenz worked in collaboration with Maiden Lane rappers Brownsilla and Boss B as artists in residence at the Camden Local Studies and Archives centre, London. Click here to view the album and lyrics
Isolating Together is an outdoor photography exhibition portraying inspiring stories of community, action and solidarity during Covid-19. Running for 10 days, it will be displayed at 18 locations, including a selection of iconic spaces, across Camden, London from 22nd March.
The Camden Open Air Gallery has now launched on Camden High Street