Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination is an arts and well-being charity working with artists to build creatively healthy communities. We enable people of all ages to discover their own powers of imagination and curiosity and enjoy living, learning and working alongside each other.  

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

Our current events and most recent projects can be discovered below. You can also support this valuable work by making a donation towards our charitable activities. All gifts large and small can really make a difference. Don’t forget our shop selling CCI publications and prints - this provides an important source of income for our work.

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Free wild exchange games

A collection of free games for creative adventures of any age to play anywhere.

An orchestra of children

A soundscape for the ‘forest of imagination’ created by 51 children.

Re-imagining the familiar

Observations of Murray Edwards Gardens by ArtScapers help us see the space afresh.

A return visit

ArtScapers return to Girton College but this time the sun was shining.

Please pick flowers

ArtScapers discover a place of architecture, scent and a giant nest in Murray Edwards Gardens

Tigers and cool trees

ArtScapers explore ideas of forests as they discover Girton College grounds.

Starting with a story

New ArtScapers create a forest of trees as they begin working together in Eddington.

Wild exploring – a CCI game in Aquila Magazine

New in the February edition.