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Speculative Geologies is a collaborative project by Charlie Cousins and Fionn Duffy. They explore the performative process of research in response to a speculative meteor impact site that spans the North West Coast of Scotland.
Shot at fifty Camden locations from the iconic BT Tower and Camden Market to local gems such as Global Generation’s Skip Garden, The Francis Crick Institute and Bloomsbury Square, this film celebrates all that our diverse borough has to offer!
Camden Council has announced the Community Festival Grant recipients for 2017-18. This year 47 community festivals received financial support from the Council to the sum of £36,500. The grants were awarded by the Council following submissions from organisers and judging by an independent panel supported by Voluntary Action Camden.
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Love Camden has been looking at poems about love by former Camden residents and have picked seven favourites.
This month we spoke to Olivia Ahmad, curator at House of Illustration, the only public art gallery in the UK dedicated to illustration. Based in Granary Square in King’s Cross since 2014, the gallery is about to celebrate its third birthday.
Our guide to the best places to treat yourself to a delicious ice-cream in Camden!
Origin Housing won the Outstanding Contribution to the Community award at The Camden Business Awards 2015 for their Time Banking Scheme which encouraged volunteers to organise activities that promote positive people and strong communities. Read more about it here!
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 Vishwa Shroff.
Material Men Redux is a virtuoso piece for two dazzling performers, artists of the Indian diaspora, each of whom choose to dance very differently. The contrasts in style between South Asian & western classical and contemporary dance forms: classical Indian and hip hop, as well as similarities of origin, are the starting points for a dynamic exploration of rhythm, location and shared history.