Diary Dates

An Assortment of Events in and around Belsize

See below for details of regular venues

Belsize Community Library, 14 Antrim Road, NW3 4XR
Details from www.thewinch.org/belsize-community-library

FRIENDS OF BCL invite you to a Talk via zoom on
THURSDAY, 17TH SEPTEMBER AT 19.30 until 21.00.
‘Swiss Cottage’: an illustrated historical talk by Tudor Allen, Archivist
Zoom ID is 827 8733 0473. No password is required for this event
The Zoom app can be downloaded through your usual browser.

Open House London
This year’s “Open House” weekend is the 19th and 20th September with a week of events lasting until 27th September. The full programme will be launched on 26th August. See here

The HLSI (Highgate Literary & Scientific Institution): Fridays from 18th September until 13th November 2020.
Tree Identification: an eight-week course for Beginners via Zoom. For details go here.

Burgh House
Online exhibition: The Prospect of Happiness, Liz Matthews. Drawing together portraits of some beloved London houses and views. See here
Online exhibition: Artists who love trees. Robert Eagle Fine Art. Art from a diverse group of contemporary artists, taking inspiration from trees. See here
Sunday 20th September until Sunday, 4th October:
5 Ways with Colour. Brings together the works of five artists with a passion for colour, displaying prints, collage, glass, ceramics and textiles. Peggy Jay Gallery, free entry.
Wednesday, 16th September until Saturday, 7th March: A Nest of Gentle Artists.  Exhibition draws together works by Hampstead’s Randolphe Schwabe, his students and contemporaries, from the early 20th century. Art Gallery, free entry. 

Camden Arts Centre
The Botanical Mind: a new online programme of artist commissions, podcasts, films, texts, images and audio, drawing on indigenous traditions from the Amazon rainforest. Online here
Thursday, 24th September 2020 until 23rd December 2020.
Exhibition “The Botanical Mind”. Humanity’s place in the natural order is under scrutiny as never before, held in a precarious balance between visible and invisible forces: from the microscopic threat of a virus to the monumental power of climate change. For details go here.

Isokon Gallery reopened on Friday, 11th July 2020.
Please look here prior to visiting.

 


Venue Information

Camden Arts Centre, corner Arkwright & Finchley Roads, NW3 6DG www.camdenartscentre.org.
The Centre is currently closed but digital channels remain open.

Burgh House & Hampstead Museum, New End Square, NW3 1LT www.burghhouse.org.uk
The Cafe opened on 4th July. Please check the website for the House & Museum opening.

Isokon Gallery, Lawn Road, NW3 2XD
Details from www.isokongallery.co.uk
Isokon Gallery will reopen on Saturday, 11th July 2020. Please check here prior to visiting.

Keats House, 10 Keats Grove, NW3 2RR
Details from Keats House. All bookings via Eventbrite
Keats House is closed. Updates available at cityoflondon.gov.uk/keats

St Peter’s Church, Belsize Square, NW3 4HJ
Details from St Peter’s Church
The church is now open