Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination is a creative organisation working with artists to play with ideas and make them grow. Exploring intriguing spaces and challenging questions alongside people of all ages, we enable everyone to discover their own powers of imagination and curiosity.

Every one of its projects makes me see things strangely again, tips a little more wonder back into the world.
Robert Macfarlane, CCI Patron

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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Frank and ‘Nellie’ the Elephant

Sharing conversations through clay.

20/06/2017
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The Corn Field of Happiness - walking thinking drawing namin

Wagtails and Goldfinches to rediscover the local landscape.

20/06/2017
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02/06/2017
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It’s a circle, it keeps going inside

Poems are created in response to a morning out adventuring.

24/05/2017
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What lies beneath

Bones from the Museum of Zoology open up new explorations.

24/05/2017
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It’s the future

ArtScapers as explorers and prospectors.

23/05/2017
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It’s very very very deep

Heading out for Fantastical adventures despite the weather.

23/05/2017
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Archaeology of now

Inviting ArtScapers to look differently at their school.

15/05/2017
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The comfort of guinea pigs

Reflecting on memories of hospital together.

08/05/2017
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Miniature and Immensity

‘The trees were three and half people’ – exploring ways of noticing and measuring around Love’s Farm.

28/04/2017
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Ginormous Trees and Mrs Toller

Children create new characters for their Fantastical Love's Farm.

28/04/2017
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It’s very fascinating to me

Young carers respond to the Addenbrooke’s Museum.

24/04/2017
 

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