On June the 15th Islington Assembly Hall will once again be bursting with inspiration, fun and frolics for local people aged over 55. Live life drawing, performances, cake, a tea dance and art workshops will all be part of the cornucopia of creativity that the Summer Ball never fails to deliver!
From June to July 2016 Belle Moore- Benham worked with residents at Lennox House, a Care Home in north Islington, Belle led sessions exploring memory and stories through working with mixed materials, texture and smell. The project was part of our Summer Ball 2016: The Graphic Novel programme, funded with support from the WORD Festival. […]
This animated book was created by Daniel Locke following workshops he delivered with residents at 73 Mildmay Street, in the run- up to the Summer Ball 2016: The Graphic Novel. These outreach workshops are funded by the WORD Festival, and participants were able to attend the Summer Ball event itself in Islington’s Assembly Hall and watch their […]
See the second post of images from Cubitt’s annual Summer Ball in Islington Assembly Hall The Cake Museum, decorated by members of Cubitt’s weekly art session at the Peel Institute led by artist Hayley Harrison Graphic novel accessories workshop led by artist Debbie Daniels Traditional tea and cake- often the busiest are […]
See the first batch of our amazing photos from our annual Summer Ball at Islington’s Assembly Hall Simona Scotto’s Counterpoint Dance group presented their piece developed in response to a graphic novel by Andy Poyiadgi called Teapot Therapy The Funky Disco Dancers from The Claremont Project also performed…. Our compere for the […]