Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination is an arts and well-being charity working with artists to build creatively healthy communities. We enable people of all ages to discover their own powers of imagination and curiosity and enjoy living, learning and working alongside each other.  

Every one of its projects makes me see things strangely again, tips a little more wonder back into the world.
Robert Macfarlane, CCI Patron

Our current events and most recent projects can be discovered below. You can also support this valuable work by making a donation towards our charitable activities. All gifts large and small can really make a difference. Don’t forget our shop selling CCI publications and prints - this provides an important source of income for our work.

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Eco-heroes and Time Travellers

Work in Huntingdon with the Empathic Communities Project continues.

Pockets and the imagination

Children at Howard Community Academy create collections for their imaginary pockets.

Pathway to the Portal

Bramblefields Nature Reserve offers space to explore, create and dream in.

Empathetic Communities Project

New partnership work with Cambridge Acorn Project and Thongsley Fields Primary School

Artists 'imaginate' says Katie

Observations from artist Filipa Pereira-Stubbs on first days with Howard Community Academy.

Exploring with colour

I was a cloud...I was a bird - artist Hilary Cox Condron describes how the children explore their local nature reserve.

Art, Nature and Well-being

CCI supports new module for University of Cambridge Faculty of Education Transforming Practice Masters Programme.

What is nature for?

Artist Caroline Wendling shares news of her first days of eco-capabilities research.