Mark Leckey Affect Bridge Age Regression Private View 22 June 6.30 – 8.30pm 23 June – 30 July, Wednesday – Sunday, 12 – 6pm The title of the exhibition Affect Bridge Age Regression refers to a technique used in hypnotherapy to associate recurrent bodily feelings back to its earliest memory – once brought […]Read more »
We are excited to announce the launch of our 2017 Summer School as part of our Institute of Anything Programme “Woven Stories”. Following funding from London Borough of Islington’s Summerversity & Launchpad programme and in partnership with Widening Participation at UAL we are planning a fantastic 3 week project for 15 young people aged […]Read more »
On Friday 9th December 2016, we held our annual Celebration Event as part of our Institute of Anything young artist programme. The event was a great success, we were joined by ten young people, their families and friends. Studio 5 was decorated with some of the brilliant fabric pieces produced on the programme. To kick off the […]Read more »
On June the 15th Islington Assembly Hall will once again be bursting with inspiration, fun and frolics for local people aged over 55. Live life drawing, performances, cake, a tea dance and art workshops will all be part of the cornucopia of creativity that the Summer Ball never fails to deliver!
We have been working with Hilldrop Community Centre for two years on a project to provide greater visibility and improve wayfinding to their centre from the main road close-by. We employed illustrator Emily Rand to run some workshops with local residents and create designs for signs to make the centre more visible and make the […]
From June to July 2016 Belle Moore- Benham worked with residents at Lennox House, a Care Home in north Islington, Belle led sessions exploring memory and stories through working with mixed materials, texture and smell. The project was part of our Summer Ball 2016: The Graphic Novel programme, funded with support from the WORD Festival. […]
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Reclaiming the Curatorial
A Workshop exploring expanded curatorial practices. 11-14 April 2017.
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A new partnership with the MFA Curating at Goldsmiths College to provide an archive research opportunity.
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