Going Places 2019

Going Places 2019 
A series of workshops and events taking place at Cubitt and off-site in community and public spaces as part of a programme exploring engaged practice, delivered in partnership with All Change.

 

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Since 2017 Cubitt’s Education Curator Esther Collins has been working with invited groups and artists to explore the development of creative practices over time and in response to context and site.

 

Still Life

Wednesday 2 Oct 12-2pm

Duval House, 39 Elthorne Road

A drawing, making and conversation event, hosted by participants in Cubitt’s Home Library Service projects devised with Ania Bas. Through portrait making and one-to-one conversations you will share ideas and discover what you’ve got in common.

Booking: e mail esther@cubittartists.org.uk

 

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Ralph Steadman’s studio 2019 credit: Ollie Harrop

Artist in Time

Thursday 03 October 6- 8pm

Cubitt Gallery

Join writer and critic Chris Fite- Wassilak and artist Anne Tallentire to discuss the shifting rhythms and patterns of artistic practice. Fite-Wassilak is the author of the forthcoming publication the Artist in Time (Bloomsbury, 2020), which features visual artists, filmmakers, musicians, dancers and writers from across the UK, including Tallentire alongside Frank Bowling, Wendy Cope, Ken Loach, Ralph Steadman and others. Through studio visits and interviews Fite-Wassilak has recorded artists’ personal experience of how the act of creating shifts and develops over time, discussing their evolving relationship to making including everyday rituals, pace, aspiration and inspiration. The Artist in Time was commissioned by the Baring Foundation as part of a decade-long programme supporting older people and the arts.

Anne Tallentire is a London-based artist working with moving image, sculpture, installation, performance and photography, exploring the systems that control the built environment, affect displacement and shape the economics of labour. recent solo exhibitions include the Grazer Kunstverein, Austria, 2018, and a forthcoming exhibition at the MAC, Belfast, in August 2020.

Tallentire and Fite-Wassilak have collaborated extensively, co-organsing the quarterly event ‘hmn’.

Booking: via eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/artist-in-time-tickets-72536451479

 

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Residents at The Mildmays credit: Benjamin A Owen

Block Party

Wednesday 09 October 4.30- 7.30pm

The Mildmays are three Extra Care housing schemes located in the heart of Islington – a few minutes walk from one another. This special event celebrates and shares work from a vibrant long-term programme of arts projects with Cubitt and All Change including on-site artists’ studios, combined arts, poetry and story-telling workshops. Join residents, staff and artists to share and experience work created with residents and Cubitt Community Studio holders Sadie Edginton and Joshua Sofaer and All Change artists Francesca Beard, Leticia Valverdes, Simon Mole and Fran Lobo.

Booking: e mail projects@allchangearts.org to book

Where: The Mildmays N1

 

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Installation of Going Along Without a Body Benjamin A Owen 2018

If We Speak of Remarkable Things

Wednesday 16 October 3 – 6pm

Cubitt Gallery

Seven artists meet at Cubitt to talk about their commissioned work with older people in community or care settings.

Who have they met and made work with? What did they learn about themselves and how they make art? Who and what inspired them? Who do they admire, and what do they aspire to next?

Booking: via eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/if-we-speak-of-remarkable-things-tickets-72542896757

 

Saturday Social

Saturday 19 October 10am- 12pm

Studio 5 Cubitt 8 Angel Mews N1 9HH

Join Cubitt’s regular Saturday Socials group and artist Lucy Steggals to experiment with materials, make objects, images and connections through sharing ideas.

Booking: e mail esther@cubittartists.org.uk

 

Collective Memory

Wednesday 30  October 12- 3pm

Transport from Cubitt 8 Angel Mews N1 9HH to Tate Britain, Millbank London SW1P 4RG leaves at 12 noon from Cubitt

Cubitt’s home Library Service group invite you to visit the Tate collection. Working with Ania Bas the group will discuss exhibitions, make artwork together in the gallery and access the archive.

Booking: e mail esther@cubittartists.org.uk

 

This programme comes out of our three-year Celebrating Age programme Going Places in partnership with All Change.

Celebrating Age is funded through Arts Council and Baring Foundation

 

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Cubitt Education is part of an artist-led organisation based in Islington, London. We work locally with schools, community centres and groups providing a diverse range of artist-led activities.

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