Throughout 2017 and 2018, our public programme has taken shape around strands of activity that mutually inform each other. These constitute our public programme as a whole:



Karen Cunningham, Contextural, 2018, detail. Image: Mike Bolam. Courtesy of the artistSince opening in 2017, we have looked to explore how best, through our programme, premises, relationships or location, we can support artists to make solo presentations of new and/or existing work at Cample.



Bill Morrison, still from Dawson City: Frozen Time (2016, 120mins), film find; courtesy of Kathy Jones Gates, Hypnotic Pictures and Picture Palace PicturesOur screenings have been organised around a number of topical themes that have acted as gathering points for the presentation of independent and artists’ film. To date, we have screened work by the following artists and filmmakers: Miranda Pennell, Corin Sworn, Rania Stephen, Laura Horelli, Fiona Tan, Jem Cohen, Werner Herzog, Margaret Tait, Norman McLaren, Pilvi Takala, Francis Alys, James Benning, Sarah Polley, Alfredo Jaar, Maeve Brennan, Ang Lee, Bill Morrison, Ben Russell, Filipa Cesar, John Smith, Stina Wirfelt.


In 2017 and 2018, we received funding from The Holywood Trust to develop and pilot a Young Assistants programme, through which we work with a small group of local young people who support the delivery of CAMPLE LINE’s public programme. In 2019 five young people will support us with our Box Office/ Front of House, exhibition invigilation, programme installation, and documentation.



We have received funding from D&G Council through DGUnlimited to support engagement and participatory projects at CAMPLE LINE and to undertake projects related to our programme in our local schools. To date we have undertaken projects in three local primary schools and two academies.