If We Speak of Remarkable Things: Going Places 2019

Going Places is 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.

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.


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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

Nine artists: Ania Bas, Francesca Beard, All Change Associate Artist, Sadie Edginton, Hayley Harrison, Fox Irving, Benjamin A Owen, Charlene Sandy, Joshua Sofaer and Lucy Steggals 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



Follow this link to the full festival line up: GoingPlacesFestivalLeaflet

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 Gallery is part of an artist-led organisation based in Islington, London. We promote innovative curatorial practice with an 18-month Bursary, supporting curators at the beginning of their careers.

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