A new triumphal arch arises in Camden N1


Could this 'Arc de art' be the next top tourist attraction in London? Cafe Art was delighted to be invited back again to St Mungo's Broadway community festival to mark Mental Health Awareness Week 2016, after a very successful run last year whereby around 350 clients, staff and supporters attended. Held in the oasis-like Camley Street Nature Park tucked away from the hustle and bustle of King's Cross, we joined other organisations for a day of fun

Some of the many talented artists who visited our stand included Ashley, with his support worker, Rebecca, from KeyChanges (an organisation promoting positive mental health through music). Great artwork, Ashley!

in the sun, bringing the community together with the theme of 'Relationships'. We created an 'Arch of Art' using wonderful artworks that included some drawn by residents from St Mungo's hostels.


Some of the many talented artists who visited our stand included Ashley, with his support worker, Rebecca, from KeyChanges (an organisation promoting positive mental health through music). Great artwork, Ashley!

Thank you to the many people who stopped by to chat to us, including the wonderful artists. Big thank you to both Salina and Matthew from St Mungo's for inviting us back! UPDATE: One of the pieces (in a green frame by Joe Kitson - see top photo) exhibited on our 'Arc de Art' that day has been bought by a big-hearted visitor. Thank you, Geraldine!


None other than the multi-talented ROL who drew 'Unicorn' on the spot.

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