Inter-Action was a community arts organization set up in 1968 by Ed Berman, MBE. Based in Camden, activities included a range of community initiatives and projects like the video resource and the community printshop, Dogg’s Troupe, Father Xmas Union, and Fun Art Bus.
The group was managed by a cooperative of artists and community workers, who shared office and domestic tasks between them. Members worked in schools, youth clubs, hospitals, community centres, playgrounds and in projects on the streets. Eventually they built their own centre, now known as Talacre Community Sports Centre. In 1972, Inter-Action started what is now the Kentish Town City Farm.