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Over the past month we have been speaking to people across the borough to find out what culture in Camden means to them. During our consultation sessions we met with organization representatives from our cultural institutions to talk about the what makes Camden stand out and how we can improve our cultural offer.
Makeright: Making Bags to Make Good

Led by the Design Against Crime Research Centre at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, in partnership with the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, inmates in London and Ahmedabad have been learning design skills and gaining qualifications whilst developing a range of antitheft bags.

Same-sex sexuality remains criminal in India to this day. However visual culture, legal activism, forms of art, and performance play an important role in challenging the social and legal status of LGBTQ individuals. Guest article by J. Daniel Luther and Jennifer Ung Loh (SOAS, University of London)
A screening of 'Watermelon, Fish and Half Ghost' a series of films by contemporary artists' based in India. Commissioned as a part of Camden Kalā, presented by Space Studio, Vadodara, India.
Top 10 Concrete Crushes - guest article by Peter Chadwick / This Brutal House
Have you spotted our Camden is ... campaign out and about round Camden?
An overview of famous music video's filmed in Camden!
Step back in time and walk in the footsteps of Charles Dickens!
Camden Kalā and TARQ are proud to present “This burning land belongs to you.” This exhibition shows the works of artists Ronny Sen, Rithika Merchant and Soghra Khurasani. Each artist makes work about the India of today, highlighting and examining its contemporary moment. Through printmaking, photography and painting each artist reflects on the land, on how domestic and international conflicts complicate our relationship with the ground on which we live.
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 Robert Frank Hunter.