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Come along to Cubitt’s Spring Ball – our annual tea dance and arts showcase by and for local people over 55. Monday 12th May, 2 – 5pm, Islington Assembly Hall, N1 2UD
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Our intergenerational animation workshops culminated in a screening, talk and making luminous noses!
Artist Amanda Wayne ran intergenerational ‘nonsense’ animation workshops with Holloway School and over 55s from Cubitt’s Elders Programme.
Our new Artist Educators After Hours sessions have begun, creating a support network and creative community around Cubitt Education.
We invited Arti Prashar to run a training session for our artists on working with people with Dementia.
An exhibition of work from three primary schools on the theme of diversity. From 5th to 9th of February. Private view 5 February 5-7pm.
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Now beginning planning for our next annual Spring Ball, have a look at what we got up to last year at our biggest annual creative event for Islington’s over 55s. Watch our short film here: Spring Ball 2013: Songs of Innocence and of Experience
Cubitt Seniors Art School kick off creative preparations for our Spring Ball 2014
On 16th July 2013 Cubitt Education launched the official opening of our summer exhibition, ‘Someday is Today’, which featured over 130 works by 77 artists.
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