Tag Archives: Bloomsbury Festival

Artist in residence in the Bloomsbury Squares

During the Bloomsbury Festival, the artist Nick Andrew has been exploring the theme of city green spaces from the perspective of a rural landscape painter. Sketching in a different garden square each day, he is producing a full-size work in each, complementing the sketches he made over several years for the book Bloomsbury’s Squares and […]

Bloomsbury Festival event in St George’s Gardens, 17 Oct

On Saturday October 17 at 2.30 p.m., from his grave in the Gardens, the ghost of William Nicholson, Georgian polymath, will join his biographer, Sue Durrell and the Ucell energy team from University College London for a walk and conversazione about his life at the crossroads of Georgian arts, literature, science and commerce. Tickets are […]

Public art – the Marchmont Community Garden Ceramics

Bloomsbury Festival & Parasite Ceramics are very pleased to announce that the I–SPY artwork created in association with for the Marchmont Community Garden has now been installed. During the Bloomsbury festival of 2013, Parasite Ceramics ran a two-day I–SPY ceramic printing workshop outside the garden with the public. Using the leaves of the garden as an […]

I Spy in Marchmont Community Garden

I SPY Art workshops for all ages led by Parasite Ceramics as part of the Bloomsbury Festival. Explore the area and local plants, and help to enhance the identity and interpret the story of the Marchmont Community Garden on Saturday 19 Oct 2-4pm and Sun 20 October 1.30-3.30pm

Bloomsbury walks and talks by Robert Shepherd, 19 and 20 October

Bloomsbury Festival 15-20 October 2013

Look out for the events happening in or starting from the Bloomsbury Squares during the Festival week. Don’t miss Bedford Square: JAZZ IN THE SQUARE Sunday 20 October 12-4 pm Enjoy swinging vocal-led jazz with gin cocktails from the Gin Garden, lawn games, coffee and cake and other afternoon refreshments, as Bedford Square opens its gates for a relaxing Sunday afternoon. There are […]