Monthly Archives: February 2014

The Latymer Mapping Project

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The Latymer Mapping Project was a local community project run by Latymer Projects and artist Constantine Gras in collaboration with local residents of North Kensington between March 2012 and July 2013. An initial 6 week workshop programme, comprising of group discussions, presentations and walks culminated in an alternative map for the area, exploring a range of issues from unofficial histories, regeneration and gentrification to personal and collective notions of community.On Thursday 13th March we will present our research, methodology and processes and share our experiences of running a community-focused project in North Kensington, as well as reflecting on the response from the local community to the final map.Project website:

Encounters Exhibition Launch // Queens Parade Anniversary Party

Please join us for the launch of Encounters at the Queens Parade Anniversary Party
Thursday 20th February
Bar Gallery

The exhibition takes us on a journey through the encounters and discoveries of 18 selected Artists. Video, Installation, painting, photography and sculpture are used to engage, reveal and interpret these experiences.

Exhibition will run from 21st Feb-20th March

The launch will be taking place as part of the Queens Parade Anniversary Party

Queens Parade is the home of an art gallery, co-working space, vintage store, pop up restaurant community, handmade skin-care products, crafts, prints & art club workshops and above all a meeting space for the local community.

All the units will be open hosting: 3 exhibitions, live music from Creative Cricklewood, a book launch, story teller extraordinaire Rachel Rose Reid, plus, drinks, cake and celebrations!