The Kilburn Grand Tour is an exhibition at Kingsgate Gallery put together by Camden Arts Centre's Volunteer Front of House Assistants.
Friday 19 October, 5.00 - 9.00pm
Beginning at Maygrove Peace Park
5.00 - 6.30pm
Evy Jokhova presents a screening of The Kilbrun Grand Tour, a film compiled from newspaper clippings, personal and borrowed film footage that follows Kilburn on one day in October for the past 50 years.
The screening will be accompanied by a public panel discussion between artist Nicola Lane, Kilburn historian Dick Weindling and local residents on what makes Kilburn a ‘home’. Following this Jokhova creates a week-long performance drawing in the gallery space inspired by the contents of the discussion.
7.00 - 9.00pm
A special artist talk illuminating the wonderful area of northwest London.
Following the overground trail of the hidden River Westbourne, artists Helene Latey, Deborah Farr and Lara Smithson take you on an hour-long walk through Kilburn, presenting their artworks along the way. The walk ends at Kingsgate Gallery where there will be refreshments, more discussion and the chance for everyone to contribute to the Kilburn map.
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