This autumn we are excited to welcome Sir Hubert von Herkomer Arts Foundation who are supporting ten young local people on their photography project at the farm.
During the summer young people from Queens Crescent, studied the art of photography with SirHvH Arts Foundation CEO & Photographer Debbi Clark and Project Director Jacob Landau.
They are now at the farm on a 10-week project to create images, many of which will be used on our social media channels and website. The young photographers will be working on mood boards, concepts and themes with an outcome of having their very own photographs published.
The SirHvH Arts Foundation will also continue their film documentary workshop, started at the farm earlier this summer and we will show the short video on YouTube on completion.
Through these projects we are bringing young people’s vision and inspiration to our City Farm, supported by Sir Hubert von Herkomer Arts Foundation workshops, to create and inspire our future generation in the arts.
Here are a few first examples of their amazing photographs so far.
We’re looking forward to seeing more photos soon!
Kentish Town City Farm are looking for a part-time Accounts assistant/bookkeeper, who must have experience of charity finances, and of using QuickBooks online.
Other duties and responsibilities of the job include:
To apply please call KTCF Director, Gus Alston 07387 562 296 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
— KentishTownCityFarm (@KTCityFarm) 26 August 2017
At the end of summer, the horses leave us to go on their annual holiday to a nearby farm in Barnet.
After working hard all year, giving rides to thousands of children in Pony Club, Pony Rides and Therapeutic Riding, they get to run around in big green fields and rest & relax. Having a break gives them the opportunity to unwind and come back to work refreshed and re-energised. It looks like they’re having a great time already!
Murphy, Champion and Jester will return in October, when they are reshod, groomed and settle back into regular farm life, before restarting their busy riding schedule in the autumn. We’ll keep you posted about their return and when riding resumes.
Happy holiday boys!
See you in October!