InTransit Festival of Arts 2013

Counter-Cartography Tours: An interactive walk around Notting Barns

When: Saturday 20 July, from 2pm and Wednesday 24 July, from 2pm

Where: Participatory guided walk (1 hour) - assemble outside Latimer Road Tube Station, Bramley Road W10

Tickets: Free. 20 places available / booking essential at info@group-work.org / 07734 341 852

Are you interested to learn more about the way North Kensington is changing and the various issues that have shaped its history? Do you want to get more involved in your community?

Counter-Cartography will take visitors on an engaging walk throughout various key sites in the North Kensington area. Armed with our alternative maps, designed by the Latymer Mapping Project, we will explore issues and stories in the area relating to regeneration, housing, social issues, and a selection of cultural facts and personal anecdotes.

The Counter Cartography Tours will finish at a local cafe where visitors can join us for a cup of tea and continue our discussions.

The Latymer Mapping Project is a creative project initiated by group+work, a non-profit, independent artist group, and artist Constantine Gras.

The Latymer Mapping Project began in March 2012 at the Former Latymer Family Centre on the Silchester West Estate, Freston Road. The project aims to actively engage and collaborate with the local community on shared interests and concerns around regeneration, redevelopment and community in the local area of North Kensington.