Following a period of research with a diverse group of experts, including a clairvoyant, a writer, an impressionist, a cognitive anthropologist, a community psychologist, a neuroscientist and a tulpamancer, artist Caitlin Griffiths presents her new exhibition: While we belong to ourselves, a little bit of us belongs to everyone.
Virginia Woolf, one of Camden's great historical figures, was born on the 25th of January, 1882. For Camden Flux, we look at one of her most legendary novels, Orlando.
An exhibition of work by 120 Central Saint Martins Foundation Fine Art students. 60 site-specific sculptural works will form a trail across various locations within the grounds of the park including the ponds. There will be two venues within Waterlow Park also hosting artworks.
With the support of House of Illustration, Swiss Cottage Gallery has launched the Camden Drawn project, inviting artists and illustrators to interpret Camden and show their work at Swiss Cottage Library from May 2017 to February 2018. This month: artist Alice Lickens
To mark Camden’s bid submission for the Mayor of London’s ‘London Borough of Culture’ competition, the BT Tower is proudly illuminating Camden’s campaign slogan across the capital, whilst a new video, launched yesterday, captures the spirit of Camden’s bid.
We're delighted to receive an endorsement today from national icon Barbara Windsor in her capacity as Patron of the Amy Winehouse Foundation.
In summer 2017, Jenni Lomax stepped down as Director of Camden Arts Centre, after 27 years at the helm. Lomax became Director of Camden Arts Centre in 1990, and established a forward thinking programme of international exhibitions, artists’ residencies and education projects, all of which have artists and their ideas at the core. Love Camden spoke to her about her time at the Centre, taking its building as a starting point for a conversation about memories, legacy and the core concepts that make the Centre what it is today.