Premiere of ‘Love in Social Practice’ a Cubitt commission by Elsa James

Join us for the launch of a new film by Elsa James commissioned as part of Cubitt’s 3-year Going Places programme.

Saturday 7th December, 2-5pm  All Change 27 Dingley Pl, London EC1V 8BR

Love in Social Practice film still crop

Still from Love in Social Practice , Elsa James 2019

In 2018, through No Shortlists a project devised by Joshua Sofaer, Cubitt commissioned Elsa James to produce a film responding to the Arts Council and Baring Foundation-funded programme Going Places. Having joined workshops and events in the programme Elsa decided to focus her exploration on the role of Charlene Sandy, Creative and Outreach Coordinator at Cubitt who is the key connection between Ania Bas and Lucy Steggals and the participants they work with in each of their Going Places projects.

On Saturday 7th December from 2pm to 5pm we will launch Elsa’s film as part of a special event produced by our programme partners All Change. The event will include poems by All Change’s Silver Threads company of older people working with associate artists Francesca Beard and Leticia Valverdes, and impro performance with All Change’s Going Places Generations project in partnership with Performance Design students at Central St Martins.

Join us to celebrate the end of the Celebrating Age funded Going Places, and to look forward to new things in 2020!

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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