THE LANDSCAPE Josephine Callaghan Sarah Cameron Private View: 24 August 6.30 – 8.30pm 25 August – 24 September, Wednesday – Friday 12 – 6pm Since meeting in Greece the two artists have developed work in parallel. The work in this exhibition exists alongside their conversations, looking at contemporary landscape and […]Read more »
Marking the last few days of Affect Bridge Age Regression, Mark Leckey’s solo exhibition at Cubitt, Leckey will be screening his 2016 video Dream English Kid 1964-1999AD and talk about bridges, demons and Google maps. Places are free but limited and booking is essential. Dream English Kid 1964-1999AD. Image courtesy of Tim Bacon […]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 »
Ben Owen who has a one of Cubitt’s community studios at 73 Mildmay Street ran a clay workshop with the Mildmay gang on Friday 18 August. See some of his photos below of the group making their decorative plates- they are really beautiful! Ben is working with the group towards an event […]
After a fabulous Summer Ball in June we are now preparing ourselves for the next event on the Cubitt calendar- The Arts Picnic! The event is a melange of creativity and fun on the beautiful Islington Green. The event is entirely free and there will be dancing, live music, art coordinated by Lucy Steggals […]
In the lead up to Cubitt’s annual Summer Ball we ran a series of 8 workshops at Mildmay Care home with the fabulous artist Amy Ash supported by Belle Benham. Amy explored the theme of ‘Journeys’ both literal and metaphorical throughout her workshops including a myriad of different processes and materials. Amy explored cyanotypes, collage, […]
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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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