Events

In with the New 2009

In with the New 2009

29 December 2009 - 3 January 2010

Tuesday 29 December 2009 - Sunday 3 January 2010
12.00 - 5.00pm


Over the festive season Camden Arts Centre is running a series of family activities in conjunction with the Eva Hesse and Katja Strunz exhibitions. Working alongside practicing artists, families are invited to book their place to take part in afternoon activities in Animation and Sculpture:

Animation for Families, led by George Wu
Tuesday 29 - Wednesday 30 December 2009
2.00 - 4.30pm
£1 per family member

Clay and Sculpture for families, led by Viyki Turnbull
Wednesday 30 - Thursday 31 December 2009
2.00 - 4.30pm
£1 per family member

Activities are suitable for families with children aged 5 - 16 years; to book your place please contact the Bookshop on 020 7472 5500

 

Also showing as part of In With The New are the following free events:

Natasha Kidd: ‘Painting Factory’
For In With The New, Kidd will install 8 painting systems in the Artists’ Studio. Each Machine, operated by a hand pump, will drip paint across the surface of a canvas; mechanising the production of the paintings and creating an industrial atmosphere within the studio, filling the space with sound and the smell of wet paint. Activated by the audience the final product of each machine will depend on the participation of the viewer.

Screenings:
A two day series of films addressing ideas of resolution and completion. No booking necessary, just drop in.

Saturday 02 January 2010
12.30pm - ‘F for Fake’ (dir. Orson Wells, 1973)
2.30pm - ‘Lord of the Rings’ (dir. Ralph Bakshi, 1978)

Sunday 03 January 2010
12.30pm - ‘Le testament d'Orphée’ (dir. Jean Cocteau, 1960)
2.30pm - ‘Lost in La Mancha’ (dir. Terry Gilliam, 2002)