Rendezvous Projects is a Community Interest Company based in Waltham Forest, working on creative projects which engage with the social history of places.
Rendezvous directors are: Rosa Ainley, a writer on architecture, buildings and space who previously worked at the Architectural Association; Iain Aitch, a writer who managed a heritage project based on youth culture in Margate; Katherine Green, a photographer who has managed numerous projects and exhibitions and as founding director of digital design agency Red Leader (now part of Cog Design) has managed over a hundred digital product builds; Lucy Harrison, an artist who has instigated and managed a number of large scale projects; and Michael Needham, an artist who instigated and ran ‘Neighbourhood Watching’; a programme of events and commissions on a housing estate in Bethnal Green. We work collaboratively, pooling complementary skills and working to our individual strengths, which allows us to produce more diverse and wide-reaching outcomes.
We are currently working on Lightboxes and Lettering, a National Lottery funded project exploring the printing industry in east London and Sweet Harmony, a project funded by Nationa Lottery Heritage Fund which is researching the influence of pirate radio and rave culture in Waltham Forest.
Other recent projects include a National Heritage Lottery Fund and Arts Council England funded project exploring the social history and community of the Warner Estate in Waltham Forest, and a smaller project in the Lea Bridge area, funded by Waltham Forest Council.
If you would like to contact us about a project, please get in touch.
Company No: 9808961