Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer For the May session of Artists After Hours, there were a series of talks and workshops on the theme of “nonsense”, to coincide with Cubitt’s Spring Ball. Participants heard talks from artists Charlotte Young and Amanda Wayne and participated in workshops, including nonsense hat-making.
Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer Continuing the Green City treasure hunts, we ran a number of workshops on Elthorne, Archway and Whittington parks during the Easter holidays. The families searched for wildlife clues in the parks and also did an easter egg hunt. They then came back together and created a their own […]
Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer A group of young people have been working together at Platform to create a cross-arts performance called Flipside. The show launched on the 11the of April. It was a multi-sensory and participatory spectacle that took audience members into an alternate reality.
Artist and illustrator Emily Rand worked with Year 4 pupils at Thornhill Primary School during the Spring Term. Over the course of the term, each pupil created their own illustrated story book.
This May we ran our annual Spring Balll – a dance and arts showcase of the creative talents of Islington’s over 55s
Our stall on Chapel Market with Age UK Islington and Angel BID as part of our Public Wisdom programme.
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!
To celebrate Islington Museum’s exhibition of Kenneth Halliwell collages, Cubitt artist Charlotte Young delivered a series of collage workshops for families and adults. The final works were then displayed alongside Halliwell’s in the museum.
For the fourth Primary Art Network event, teachers were invited to Cubitt to interact with the exhibition: Same and Different, which contained children’s work from three primary schools. Artists Emily Rand and Giulia Ricci delivered sculpture workshops. Pupils from Thornhill school presented about the work they made that was on display.