Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination (CCI) works with organisations and people seeking to develop closer relationships with the communities they serve.
CCI’s experienced and innovative artists help to make ideas grow by looking, doing, exploring and discovering together.
CCI devises and develops tailored creative projects for a broad range of corporate and local communities and for children and adults of all ages. CCI has worked in businesses, schools, hospitals, nurseries, museums, galleries, forests, parks, gardens, community settings and conference centres.
CCI consults with all partners to understand their needs and plans projects to ensure a legacy of creativity that will sustain them far into the future.
CCI celebrates the creative thinking and experiences in each project through films, trails, books, research, photos, exhibitions, presentations, or recordings as appropriate.
Recent clients and partners:
Access Arts – Addenbrooke’s Hospital – Arts Council England East – Brent Early Years Service – Cambridgeshire schools and nurseries – Creative Partnerships – Cambridge City Council – Cambridge & County Folk Museum – Cambridgeshire Culture – Cambridgeshire County Council – Cambridgeshire Early Years – Cambridge Regional College – Cambridge University Press – Cambridge Woodworks – Centre 33 – Countryside Properties – Donarbon Waste Management – Ernest Cook Trust – Essex County Council – Fenland District Council – Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge – Friends of Mill Road Cemetery – Futurecity – Hinchingbrook Country Park – Huntingon District Council – Kaetsu Centre – Kettle’s Yard Gallery – Milton Country Park – Norfolk County Council – Proboscis – Ramsey Rural Museum – Refocus Cambridge – Sightlines Initiative – St Neot’s Museum – Suffolk County Council Children and Young People’s Services – Trumpington Residents Association – University of Cambridge Collections – University of Cambridge Faculty of Education – University of Cambridge Festival of ideas – Wildlife Trust – Wisbech Museum
A great organisation of artists who work with schools and the local community to develop their creativity. They also have close links with the Education Faculty at Cambridge University and undertake research with them.