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EXHIBITING AT CAMBERWELL ARTS FESTIVAL

11 July 2018

This year, Love Walk applied to participate in the annual Camberwell Arts Festival and were thrilled to be selected as an exhibition venue.  The arts festival hosts exhibitions and events in Camberwell over the course of a week every June, with the theme this year being ‘All’s Well’.  Residents chose to illustrate wellness through photography and display photos taken of, and by, them engaged in art and creative activities. 

Residents took photos over the course of a month and together with some older photos, selected around 70 to be shown in our own mini gallery. Using a self-contained area of the home, members of the public were able to view the exhibition, with residents and staff on hand to meet and greet everyone.

Everyone agreed that it was a fantastic community event and one which we were proud to be part of!

 

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