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Cabinet of Curiosities exhibition at lauderdale house tea lawn and waterlow park (1)

Cabinet of Curiosities: Exhibition

Lauderdale House Tea Lawn and Waterlow Park, Highgate Hill, London N6 5HG

Seventy Year 10 students (aged 14 to 15) from Channing and Parliament Hill schools have been working with Lauderdale House’s artist-in-residence Alison Lam  to create 600 ceramic and 70 bronze hand-sized pieces inspired by the collections of plants and artefacts of James Yates, a Victorian resident of Lauderdale House, and the natural environment of Waterlow Park.

Each student has created multiple artworks in ceramic and bronze which will be put together to create four larger pieces exhibited on the Lauderdale House Tea Lawn and around the park. Full details will be displayed at the Sundial on the tea lawn.

Meet the artist: Lauderdale House artist in residence, Muswell Hill based Alison Lam will be on the Tea lawn to talk to you every afternoon 2–4pm 19th to 24th June about the project with an additional piece of work – curiosity cabinets containing bronze artefacts created by the students.

Price: free.