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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.
Dermot O’Leary has added his backing to Camden’s London of Borough of Culture bid as a patron of the London Irish Centre.
For Camden Is, local residents recall what is was like to grow up in Camden. 4: Peter Parker. Born 1929, Willes Road, Kentish Town.
For Camden Is, local residents recall what is was like to grow up in Camden. #3: Derek Jarman. Born at University College Hospital, 1945.
For Camden Is, local residents recall what is was like to grow up in Camden. #2: Christine Kerr. Born 1947, Greenland Road, Camden
For Camden Is, local residents recall what is was like to grow up in Camden. #1: Anne Hearn. Born 1942, Makepeace Avenue, Holly Lodge Estate, Highgate.
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 Marianna Madriz.
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.