The Camden Highline presents a special exhibition showcasing ideas for the Camden Highline created by 50 Year 5 and Year 8 students from Torriano and Regent High Schools.
This is the culmination of the Camden Highline’s first ever Camden Highline STEAM project (that’s science, technology, engineering, art and maths) in collaboration with Camden’s Young People.
By using the Camden Highline as the subject matter to help promote careers in the built environment the Education Programme helps give Camden’s Young People the skills and opportunities to play a full part in the borough’s thriving creative, digital and scientific economy in the future.
The exhibition will include sketches, scale drawings, models, videos and a 1:100 10-metre long aerial photo of the route. With student ideas ranging from slides and zip-lines, to covered biodomes!
Join in at a time between 11am – 3pm on Saturday 29th June for a design activity for all ages, led by Urban Learners, where you can create your own ideas for the Camden Highline.
Everyone welcome, no RSVP necessary!
The Camden Highline is also running walking tours on Thursday 27th June and Saturday 29th June.
Over 1,200 people have taken part in a walking tour so far. Tours will led by Head of Project, Adam Richards.
Come and meet the team, visit the exhibition, and hear the latest progress all at once!
4.30pm Thursday 27th June
6.00pm Thursday 27th June
1.00pm Saturday 29th June
2.30pm Saturday 29th June
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