Swiss Cottage Gallery
Action Potential - Exploring the Neuron
18 January – 6 March 2016
A six week exhibition exploring the fascinating world of neurons at Swiss Cottage Central Library organised by local artists. Profiling the research work of Dr Arnaud Ruiz from the School of Pharmacy at University College London, the exhibition allows us to join him in his laboratory as he explains how neurons work and what they do. Utilising film, hologram and other displays to showcase neurons within a context of current scientific understanding, this exhibition lets the viewer explore the cells which allow us to think, see and feel.
Download: Children’s exhibition guide and neuron workbook (pdf)
Family Fun Day, 30th January 2016
Come along and meet Dr Ruiz and other scientists from UCL and find out more about their interesting research work!
Swiss Cottage Gallery Visitor Information
Opening times: Mon-Thu 10am-8pm
Swiss Cottage Library and Gallery
88 Avenue Rd, London, NW3 3HA
The Gallery Programme
Solo exhibitions by artists and arts organisations based and/or working in the borough area - and beyond - reflecting the contemporary visual arts community of Camden and the visual art and design institutions in the borough.
- Exhibitions that draw attention to the artistic history of Camden and artists that have lived or worked in the borough.
- Regular exhibitions to mark local or national initiatives such as the WWI centenary or Open House.
- Annual Open Open exhibition, usually in July, which is open to all including professional and non-professional artists alike.
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Swiss Cottage Gallery policy and guidance
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Cue, Play, Pause: Artists respond to works from the London Borough of Camden’s Art Collection
Object Interviews by Patrick Hough
Regent's Canal, Käthe Strenitz,Date unknown, Oil on board. © the artist's estate
Beyond Seizures: An Exhibition by people with epilepsy, scientists and artists
Another Way of Reading: An Exhibition from the Zabludowicz Collection & Swiss Cottage Gallery in Partnership