Camden Arts Centre
North London's largest visual arts centre was originally a library, but since the 1960s, it has operated as a world-class showcase for artists, enjoying a great reputation for engaging with the public. Perhaps best known for its artist residencies, which are accompanied by public talks and lectures, the changing exhibition programme provides an ideal chance to see and talk about art. Exhibitions can feature emerging artists, the first UK solo show of an established international practitioner, or historic figures who inspire contemporary work. The brilliant garden café is an ideal place to sit on a summer's day, and it's open late on Wednesdays, so why not stay on for a drink?
Tel: 020 7472 5500
Entry Charges: Admission free; exhibitions may charge.