In collaboration with Camden Giving, Camden Council’s official celebration of International Women’s Day 2018 will take place on Thursday 8th March. The morning event will take the format of a speed networking event which will provide an opportunity for young Camden women (aged between 14 and 16) to network with women who have successful careers and either live or work in the borough.
Exploring the contribution of suffrage activists based in Camden to the campaign for the right to vote, this exhibition sets its history in the larger context of the struggle for women’s rights.
This year’s gallery programme asks: What does it mean to have a voice, and what does it mean to speak? How can we question legacies of equality, history, place and power when thinking about social, cultural and physical visibility?
Tell the story of our time and add the pages to projectVOX, a zine by and for the people of Camden exploring POWER, EQUALITY, HISTORY and PLACE. As part of Camden VOX, Quiet Down There calls Camden’s communities to tell their story and leave their mark on the pages of a zine revealing what it means to live in a democracy in 2018. Click here
Camden Council, partners and residents are today celebrating after the borough won funding to deliver cultural augmented reality trails around Camden, as part of the Mayor of London's 'London Borough of Culture' competition.
This month we spoke to painter Elizabeth McCarten, tutor for the Royal Drawing School's Young Artist Programme and winner of the Jackson Art Prize. She regularly takes her students out to paint on Hampstead Heath and has lived in Camden most of her life.
Love music? With a history steeped in music culture, Camden is THE place to be for your favorite music hotspots. Featuring famous venues like Roundhouse, KOKO and Scala, Camden is where it is all happening. Love Camden is giving out free tickets to the Roundhouse Rising festival, from Wednesday 21 February - Sunday 4 March
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.
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.