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Nature/Nurture, Cause and Effect

We are thrilled to share the success of our recent community arts event, "Nature/Nurture, Cause and Effect," held on Saturday, 18 May, at the serene Alexandra Palace Park. The event, a part of the broader project "It Really Doesn’t Matter If Your Curtains Don’t Match," funded by Arts Council England, was a resounding success, bringing together community members for an afternoon of insightful discussion and cultural enrichment.

Visual artist Anna Boggon led the event, introducing her Arts Council England funded project. The event featured guest speakers, including filmmaker Lotje Sodderland, who discussed her award-winning film "My Beautiful Broken Brain," and Dr Dimitrios Paschos, psychiatrist shared his expertise. The discussions provided a platform for meaningful conversations about the complexities of neuroscience and the diverse ways individuals experience the world.

Attendees enjoyed a delicious Kurdish lunch prepared by Filiz from the Kurdish Advice Centre, fostering informal and enriching conversations. The tranquil setting and thoughtful discourse made the event a memorable experience for all participants. 

We extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who attended and contributed to the success of "Nature/Nurture, Cause and Effect." 

Stay tuned for future happenings as we continue to explore and celebrate the intersection of art, community, and individuality.

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