Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination is a creative organisation working with artists to play with ideas and make them grow. Together we explore intriguing spaces where everyone can discover their own powers of imagination and curiosity.

News about any current workshops and events, together with our latest project updates, are displayed below. Or discover our work in more detail at Footprints (working in the outdoors), Re-Imagine (playing with ideas and spaces), Projects (our diaries on current work) and Explore (an overview of all CCI’s work).

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Children's work from Spinney Primary School to be exhibited in city wide art exhibition

Play Makers free community workshops

CCI artists are offering free creative sessions from now to July inviting people of all ages to re-imagine this wonderful space. Weave stories, dream structure, and explore play and adventure.

Wild Connections workshops

There will be a programme of experiential and reflective workshops offered during 2014/15.

Celebrating and cleansing with fire

Playmakers (14) Sharing the ritual of fire to mark the end of the project with the County Students.

'I feel proud'

Playmakers (15) Karolis parades their flag before it is installed on a gateway.

Yeah, I’ve done it

Playmakers (13) County student Chelsea reflects on the pleasure of making something and seeing it enjoyed straightaway.

A welcoming place to be

Playmakers (12) These last few visits have felt like a ‘creative camp’ with children and young people really engrossed and passers by looking in to find out more.

Shared stories make new connections

Wild Exchange (12) Introducing a local wild space to new children and their educators by sharing stories

Bringing the Fitzwilliam to the Hospice

'Art is a good thing to do. It’s a good way to express your feelings'. Feedback from the sibling group workshop at the Hospice.

All the way to the A14

Hinchingbrooke (11) The reception children led out the year 3s, sharing all their favourite places and fantastical stories.

'It does give you more joy'

Playmakers (11) The children explain why they come to the playground and how it makes them feel. Even the fence is being re-imagined now.

A story in a pouch

Hinchingbrooke (10) Objects found in the woods lead to stories and detailed drawings in the afternoon.


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