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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Taking note - poetry in moments

Celebrating poets and poetry at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.

01/12/2017
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You Are Where?

Exploring real and fantastical worlds in Emmanuel College Garden.

28/10/2017
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Fantastical Cambridgeshire Exhibition

A celebration of real and imaginary discoveries by people of all ages.

28/10/2017
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A many layered map

Discover more about our new map for Love's Farm.

17/10/2017
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Support our work

04/10/2017
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Sabrina, local resident

I just came here to do my shopping today - and this just happened.

03/10/2017
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Autumn (patient) and Rahma

We’re going to keep these poem pills and read them again.

03/10/2017
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Elizabeth (patient)

The weather was lovely so I took the poems and the cordial for walk.

28/09/2017
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Animating the archives: a second exhibition

Celebrating creative work from community groups responding to the new hospital museum.

22/09/2017
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An everlasting tea party

ArtScapers of all ages think about new communities at the Open Eddington weekend.

12/09/2017
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Who can I be now?

A wild exchange with Kevin Jones, former Headmaster at St John’s College School

12/09/2017
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Places, names and invisible lands

A new wild exchange with Dr Kevin Hughes from the British Antarctic Survey.

08/09/2017
 

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