Open to residents of all ages and abilities who live on the Hillview Estate, the competition will culminate in an outdoor exhibition as part of the Bloomsbury festival v. The theme is Life in Lockdown: haven or hell, and can be widely interpreted using any materials as long as the end creation is 2DLearn More
Poems inspired by life on The Hillview Estate; resident involvement in 1980s squatter movements, and other tales told by those who live there. A collaboration between Hillview residents and Poet in the City.Learn More
Hillview Peoples' Archive has recently been launched to document and share the estate’s unique story, and to galvanise residents, housing providers, policy makers, academics, artists, and the wider populace in the conversation around the right to a home. We would love to hear from anyone who would like to share their experiences, or add to the archive; we welcome photos, film, or any other form of memorabilia relating to life on the Hillview Estate.Learn More
The Hillview Festival is entirely run by an enthusiastic team of volunteers, and generously supported by our many neighbourhood friends, and partners including Holborn Community Association, Francis Crick Institute, Poet in the City, The British Library, Beara Beara, Casa Tua. We are very grateful to have been awarded funding from the National Lottery Community Fund, the Mayor of London’s Culture Seeds, Camden's Community Festival Fund, and One Housing Group.