Learning

Camden Art Centre’s learning programme aims to discover, inspire, engage and support the next generation of artists and arts audiences. As a charity rooted in our North West London community, Camden Art Centre fosters a sense of belonging in our spaces both onsite and online. Working closely with local schools, community groups and specialist partners we nurture the next generation of artists, from early years to adulthood, enabling everyone to get up close to art, to meet artists and to make work themselves. Our targeted programmes and sector leadership increase our impact, bringing the arts to those most in need.

 

 

Youth Collective Online is a space for young people aged 15 – 25 to meet regularly and encounter the arts in an open and welcoming environment, to critically engage, feel empowered and stay connected. Register to join our community of Youth

For the 2020/21 academic year artists Evan Bond, Lydia CS and Natalie Zervou-Kerruish are working with teachers and young people from Oaklodge School in Barnet, and Shaftesbury High School in Harrow. Adapted in line with COVID-19 restrictions, the artists are leading online sessions, zooming into

Artists Adam Chodzko, Delfina Munoz de Toro, Gemma Anderson, Rosalind Fowler and Lateisha Davine Lovelace Hanson created a series of activities alongside their work, or the themes present, in The Botanical Mind exhibition.