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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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This July Cubitt Education held a picnic on Islington Green to celebrate our exhibition of work by local older artists, ‘Someday is Today’. It was also part of our Public Wisdom programme.
The Spring Ball 2013: a multi-media extravaganza exploring themes from Blake’s ‘Songs of Innocence and Experience’.
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Cubitt Education hosted a series of events to prepare for this year’s Cake Museum; part of the Spring Ball 2013.
An afternoon of activities exploring the work of William Blake, in particular, ‘Songs of Innocence and of Experience’.
Cubitt Education and St Luke’s Community Centre present ‘Indications’: an exhibition of work by Cubitt Community Studio Holders.
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A Cubitt Education event with Henry Stewart, CEO of Happy Computers, about transforming the workplace.
‘Community Actions’ took place on Saturday 24th November at St Luke’s Community Centre as part of Cubitt Education’s Festival of Blackboards 2012. The session questioned how artists and arts practice can play a productive role in localised change to communities as well as showcasing productive and practical ideas for artists, voluntary groups and […]