Elders and Community
A photo portrait session held at Islington Town Hall in which a group of young people took pictures of Islington Council and Town Hall staff.
Thursday 17 September 2009 The ‘Get Green, Get Creative’ Green Fayre is a one-day event at Claremont Project (an arts and personal development centre for people aged 55+) that seeks to help us answer these questions. During the afternoon visitors will be invited to participate in arts activities and learn about new ways to be […]
The Cubitt Gallery have been doing a workshop about photography with Canonbury school. The workshop have been making videos, pictures and drawings. On the 10th of April Montell Amadi, Jonathan Mamorsky,Christana Amadi and Eleanor Mamorsky participated in the workshop.The Artists who ran the workshop were Daniel Baker, Pernille Ramfelt, Ginny Gory and Rosie Greaves. By […]
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Alongside the ‘Everybody Click’ exhibition, Cubitt Education ran a series of photography workshops for children from a local primary school. This drawing and photography workshop took place here at Cubitt on 10th April 2009.
Artist: Run by Allison Maletz Tuesday 11 November 2008 to Tuesday 9 December 2008 As part of Cubitt’s series of workshops for over-55’s (funded by Cripplegate Foundation), Allison Maletz (currently showing in New Contemporaries) ran a series of workshops exploring techniques of watercolour painting. The participants developed skills in colour mixing, developing sketchbook use, using […]
The Cut of the Cloth, Fashion and Art Workshops Artist: Run by Wendy Helm Tuesday 30 September 2008 to Tuesday 4 November 2008 As part of Cubitt’s series of workshops for over-55’s (funded by Cripplegate Foundation), Wendy Helm, an artist and fashion designer, ran a series of workshops around the theme of art and fashion. […]
On 23rd October 2008 Claremont members, locals, and their friends and family, joined us, and artist Darren Marshall, for a lively drop-in event inspired by local and historical images.