Free Space Project

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About Organisation

The Free Space Project is a charity supporting arts and community initiatives within Kentish Town Health Centre, Camden. Established in 2010, our aim is to relieve mental and physical suffering through the use of the arts and holistic care in conjunction with the James Wigg GP Practice.
We provide a range of projects to our patients and those in the local community. From arts workshops to Dance for Parkinson’s, a chronic pain group, and much much more. To see what we have currently running please visit our What’s On page.

Our award-winning purpose-built, exhibition space, on the first floor displays work on themes surrounding health and well-being from various perspectives. We work closely with both emerging and established artists to bring thought-provoking artwork to patients and visitors

Our projects consist of arts and community activities, exhibitions, events and residencies.

Our exhibition space on the first floor provides artists the opportunity show work within a clinical setting. Our exhibition remit is on works focusing on health and well-being, covering both mental and physical health.

At times we also hire out our gallery space at an affordable cost for artists that are working around health and well-being.

If you are interested in hiring the gallery or for any other information,
please Email:

Free Space Project
2 Bartholomew Road
London, NW5 2BX

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