...rainy streets, neon signs, disused stations and broken lines...
Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Winter Wonderland, Hyde Park
I didn't even know this was going on, but came across it while we were taking in a winter's walk across Hyde Park.
I didn't expect a lot, but it was actually really rather lovely. It's on till the 3rd January and it's free.
Sunday, September 06, 2009
The Tree House Gallery, Regents's Park
Billed as "an innovative public project featuring a free daily program of events, arts, discussions, musicology and activities," the Treehouse Gallery in Regent's Park tasked itself with acting, " as a catalyst to ignite the collective imagination, encouraging adults and children alike to explore a variety of creative responses to nature."
We're not entirely sure what all that means, but we definitely enjoyed our visit and found it a pleasant place to hang out for a while.
Looking like a road protest site transported into a central London Park, the Treehouse Gallery put on daily activities, talks and workshops, focussed around two large treehouses.
More photos here: The Tree House Gallery, regent's Park, London
Sunday, June 21, 2009
Midsummer's Eve at Myatt's Fields Park
A free event on Midsummer's Eve, 'The Big Event' coincided with the launch of the annual Camberwell Arts Festival, and marked the official re-opening of Myatt's Fields Park after its extensive ?3m renovation.