Cabinet of Curiosity Studio
Creative Collaborations in Arts & Design since 2010
Inspiring curiosity through voyages of discovery that ignite the creative imagination.
Cabinet of Curiosity is named after cabinets of curiosities: the Renaissance wonder rooms containing encyclopaedic collections of objects that would tell stories to communicate knowledge and amazement about the world.
The Very Reverend Dianna Gwilliams, Dean of Guildford Cathedral.
It was absolutely brilliant to work with Cabinet of Curiosity. From the first meeting with Caroline and Edmond it was clear that their combination of skill and experience would make the vital contribution to our project which we were looking for.
Andrea Cunningham, Head of Learning V & A Museum of Childhood
Paper house created a wonderful opportunity for families to engage directly with practicing artists and explore materials and techniques which they wouldn’t ordinarily experience. Caroline and Edmond developed excellent workshops which deliberately foregrounded non-digital activity using paper-based skills.
Camilla Baker, National Trust Owletts.
The artists are talented but open, and have mastered the knack of sharing and involving people effortlessly. This is a rare combination. I look forward to working them more in the future.
Andrew Freeman, Operations Manager, The Rochester Bridge Trust.
WW1 Ships on the Medway was a brilliant project and an important education programme. The Trust was pleased to be able to support Cabinet of Curiosity’s work and to see the impact it had on the children who took part.
Rob Illingworth, Community History Officer, Kent Libraries
Through the WW1 Paper Toys project, Cabinet of Curiosity Studio helped young people re-experience heritage and improve hand-making skills. I am very pleased that our customers at the Kent History & Library Centre were among those to benefit from the project.