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Looking for half-term ideas to keep the kids entertained? Spark your kids’ curiosity with the latest events and exhibitions from the Mile. Spanning from King’s Cross to the River Thames, Museum Mile is an intriguing collection of 13 extraordinary museums.
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Come and create a beautiful material banner to celebrate 100 years of women being given the power to vote. The completed banner will be displayed along with others at our exhibition - A Stone's Throw From Westminster: Suffragettes and Other Feminists in Camden.
'What am I if I am not body?'

For the next projectVOX zine, artist Noëmi Lakmaier takes on the role of editor and initiates a provocation on EQUALITY. Noëmi asks Camden to focus on our relationship with our bodies, moving beyond the body as an object to who we feel and think we are.
Love Camden loves its local talent. We aim to celebrate everything cultural in the borough, from Hampstead to Kilburn, from the British Library to that little café around the corner - we are always out to show what Camden has to offer. This month we spoke to Sara Barta, a Camden musician on the cusp of making waves in the music industry...
Drawing on the themes of domesticity, femininity, place, migration and movement in Hrukova’s work, we will will invite the international community in Camden to share in a cross-cultural experience.
Join in artist-led workshops revealing a process driven way of working not typically associated with female artists of the time.
To profile the work of women artists entering into this year’s Open Open, women artists will share their practice and what it means to exhibit in the Open Open at this stage of their artistic development.
Through a series of conversations and workshops alongside 'Citizen', an exhibition by Natasha Khan and Jon Ros, Quiet Down There will explore visibility, voice and power.
Sir Hubert von Herkomer Arts Foundation (http://vonherkomerfoundation.org) and our mission is to support and inspire young people in Camden by giving them a gateway to the arts via a multitude of free courses we offer from our POP-UP gallery, now open in Queens Crescent NW5.
Swiss Cottage Gallery proudly presents Katarina Hruskova, who will be making a site specific sound installation for Swiss Cottage Gallery. Hruskova is asking the following questions: What does it mean to be contained by a body? Can voice and language be a means of breaking, extending and redefining its borders? Where is the source of a voice and what determines its reach? How can its vibrations influence and transform objects, bodies and circumstances in its vicinity?