Hardeep Pandhal Liar Hydrant Private view: Thursday 22 February, 6.30 – 8.30pm 23 February – 8 April, Wednesday – Sunday, 12-6pm (closed for the Easter holidays: 30 March – 1 April) The exhibition comprises four moving image works and various drawings alongside a sculpture which doubles as a seat. The works span a year’s […]Read more »
Join us on the 3rd and 4th February for the Driver’s Seat, a two-day programme of performance, screenings, talks and readings taking inspiration from women writers throughout history, celebrating friendship, collaboration, herstories and defiance. The Driver’s Seat is organised by Cubitt and Glasgow based curators, Panel. Taking place during the centenary year of […]Read more »
Flo Brooks Is now a good time? 24 November 2017 – 14 January 2018. Wednesday – Sunday 12 – 6pm Private View – 23 November 2017 For his solo exhibition at Cubitt, Flo Brooks has made a series of paintings which explore the intersections between family, community and place. Made over the […]Read more »
On Thursday 15 March Notting Hill Housing’s The Mildmays was host to a lively event presenting work made by the two artists Amy Ash and Benjamin A Owen, who Cubitt manage and have studios on the 2nd floor of 73 Mildmay Street. The extra care setting was bedecked with daffodils and welcomed a wide range of visitors including […]
We were delighted to get our Institute of Anything Woven Stories summer school cohort back together last week. Young people, family members and teachers braved the cold to celebrate the group’s fantastic achievements, in which 12 young people gained Arts Award Silver, and four attained Arts Award Bronze. Cubitt studio artist members, Sarah Pickstone and Jessie Flood-Paddock supported the […]
We’re excited to announce some details about the Institute of Anything, our free programme for people aged 13 to 19, which kicks off again in January 2018. The Institute of Anything supports talent and leadership in the visual arts across Islington. This is what young people have told us about the programme: “It showed me that you can […]
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