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Camden Council building - Not for self but for all
Our response to Coronavirus
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Camden Council will act as a community leader bringing together organisations and key partners to keep vital services running and mobilise the huge community spirit which exists in Camden.

We are here to keep you connected to Camden's culture and support our creative scene by changing Love Camden to include digital events and resources available to you.

Councillor Georgia Gould, Leader of Camden Council, said:

'This is going to be a tough period and things will change every day - but we can get through it by thinking of each other with every action, and taking care of our neighbours along with ourselves. Our communities make Camden - and will help us through this.'

light and hope
Light and Hope
This year has brought grief, loss and uncertainty to many across Camden. Our virtual Light and Hope memorial brings us together to reflect, remember and honour those who have lost their lives.

The site welcomes contributions from all faiths and none, so that we can learn and understand how others cope with their loss and grief. We would very much appreciate it if you would take the opportunity to share your tributes, memories and reflections. We hope this provides comfort for those who have experienced loss, or those still dealing with the effects of the virus.
The Botanical Tree
Online Exhibitions
We may have entered into another lockdown, but that can’t stop us from enjoying some culture from the comfort of our own homes 

Take a break and escape with these exciting projects from Camden’s galleries – if you can, support them during these difficult times! 

Enter a world with The Botanical Mind at Camden Arts Centre, support domestic violence victims through art with Women + Health, explore community life in King's Cross through photography by Catherine Packard and many more exciting projects! 

Image: The Botanical Mind Online at Camden Arts Centre
Dreaming River
Black Film Collectives: Then and Now
Curated by Anthony Andrews of We Are Parable in partnership with LUX, BFI and The June Givanni Pan African Cinema Archive.

Working with the collection of Camden-based national film organisation LUX, The British Film Institute and the June Givanni Pan African Cinema Archive the curator will select artists’ moving image work and material that reveals and celebrates Black British filmmaking, voices and ideas.

This exhibition presents the creative power of Black artist filmmakers in a national context, exploring cultural and political narratives through film from the 1960s to the present day. The exhibition will present the work of Black film cooperatives from the 1980s and 1990s, archive material, and moving image artists’ work from collections across London.

Working with the collection of Camden-based national film organisation LUX, The British Film Institute and the June Givanni Pan African Cinema Archive the curator will select artists’ moving image work and material that reveals and celebrates Black British filmmaking, voices and ideas.

This exhibition presents the creative power of Black artist filmmakers in a national context, exploring cultural and political narratives through film from the 1960s to the present day. The exhibition will present the work of Black film cooperatives from the 1980s and 1990s, archive material, and moving image artists’ work from collections across London.

Click here to visit the online exhibition

Image: Dreaming Rivers 1988
Camden Alive - Peter Adjaye
Camden Alive
Camden Alive is a programme of arts and cultural events that celebrates the people of Camden. Sharing our diverse heritage through creativity, Camden Alive will capture the sights, sounds and spirit of the borough and what it means to live and work in Camden. Through music, dance, food, fashion, gardening, performance and visual art the stories of our neighbourhoods will unfold and be showcased by the creation of the virtual Camden People’s Museum.

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About us

Love Camden showcases a selection of events happening across Camden, including programming created by Camden Council. We've always aimed to be your guide to Camden in these new times we will highlight digital events and resources to support you.

Some of our pages are not active right now as they have information that currently isn't relevant.

Camden Council's Arts Development team runs this site. If you have any ideas for content or comments for us, please reach us at lovecamden@camden.gov.uk