Past arts projects
Black history season
We were proud to work with a range of partners on the Black History Season. Due to funding changes we are no longer able to coordinate the season. We hope other Camden partners will come forward to lead the programme.
Black history season programmes
- download: 2009 programme of events (PDF 384KB)
- download: 2008 programme of events (PDF 53.7KB)
- download: 2007 programme of events (PDF 2.48MB)
- download: The 2007 Bicentenary of the abolition of the slave trade in the British Empire (PDF 2.5MB)
Pop-up shop projects
If you are looking for an empty property to set up your project in have a look at vacant properties:
You will find a list of available properties owned by the council and details, whom to contact regarding a hire. To run your own pop-up shop project have a look at the pop-up shop resource document:
Past exhibitions at Swiss Cottage Gallery
Silia Ka Tung Chiral, 2008
Silia Ka Tung grew up with a fascination for nature and the human body. She uses vivid, saturated colours and crispy lines against flat backgrounds. Silia's dynamic compositions reflect the influence of cartoons, billboards and the computer games of her youth, as well as that of traditional Chinese folk art.
Angela Inglish Railway Lands
Photographs in this exhibition appear in Angela Inglis’ book Railway Lands which was published on November 2007 to celebrate the opening of St Pancras International.
Her photographs record the extraordinary transition of King’s Cross.
Previous temporary public art projects
- Monika Sosnowska: The Wind House (2008), a temporary installation on Primrose Hill part of the Portavilion projects curated by UP Projects
- Carmody and Groake architects: The Sky Walk, (2008), an exhibition and performance space on Montague Place
- David Mach: It Takes Two, (1991) Euston Square Gardens
- Northern Adventures (1992) at St Pancras Station in collaboration with Camden Arts Centre