Swiss Cottage Gallery

London Quilters are welcomed back for their ninth exhibition in Swiss Cottage Gallery. The large selection of quilts that are on display have been made and, in most cases, designed by the members of London Quilters. The quilts in this exhibition provide a significant insight into the broad spectrum of this art.

This year, the Camden summer exhibition will mark an exciting reimagining of the Open Open exhibition of previous years and will form part of the Camden Alive project, exploring themes of working together, sharing ideas and collaborating.

Location
Swiss Cottage Library
88 Avenue Road
NW3 3HA
London
Date
23 Mar 2019 - 20 Apr 2019
Event time
Monday - Thursday 10am - 8pm, Friday - Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday closed
The End of the World (2017) is a video projection enclosing the viewer in a planetarium style view of the solar system, showing at Swiss Cottage Gallery
Location
Swiss Cottage Library
88 Avenue Road
NW3 3HA
London
Date
25 Jan 2019 - 16 Mar 2019
Event time
Monday - Thursday: 10am - 8pm, Friday - Saturday: 10am - 5pm.
Location
Swiss Cottage Gallery
88 Avenue Road
NW3 3HA
London
Date
23 Nov 2018
Event time
11am - 1.30pm
Location
Swiss Cottage Gallery
88 Avenue Road
NW3 3HA
London
Date
27 Oct 2018
Event time
1 - 3.30pm
Have a look at the Close - Up interviews we had with some of the artists at this years' Open Open Exhibition at Swiss Cottage Gallery.
This years Open Open is running until the 15th of September. Anna Lerner talks about the exhibition and her submission.
Love Camden loves its local talent. This month we interviewed Charlie Levine, the curator of the 2018 Camden Art Collection exhibition at Swiss Cottage Gallery.
Love Camden loves its local talent. This month we spoke with Tash Kahn, who recently exhibited in 'Citizen' at Swiss Cottage Gallery, and artist, editor and director of @DOLPHprojects.
Over the next 17 years the urban fabric of Camden, arguably London’s most bustling and diverse of boroughs, will be reshaped dramatically to make way for the HS2 train line. The major construction works planned will require hundreds of residents to be rehoused. Camden Council invited artist and anthropologist Liz Hingley to develop a project with, about and for those who are being affected.