Camden Alive

This wall art explores stories of journey, arrival and hope by people making Cromer Street their home. It was made by aerosol artist Mohammed Ali who worked with residents to reveal stories from the neighbourhood.
Small Steps and Giant Leaps - Bloomsbury Festival 2019 announces its first events
Interested in body adornment? Metal? Jewellery?
Free jewellery making workshops
Kelvin Birk and Katrin Spranger at Cockpit Arts
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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.

This month we interviewed David Blandy, an artist who works with video in the digital world, from the YouTube tutorial and music videos, to television series, anime and the narrative sections of computer games, highlighting our relationship with popular culture and investigating what makes us who we are.
Find out how to get involved with Camden Alive.
Camden supports innovative public art as part of new developments in the borough, to create and showcase Camden and design an environment that’s unique and will give pleasure to our residents, businesses and the many visitors. Here is a list of the Top 10 Public Artworks to see around Camden.
The first stage of Camden Council’s ‘Camden Alive’ project is underway in estates across the borough.