To celebrate the end of the year the students on the Independent Practice Project staged an exhibition at EGA School of the work made across the year.
Cubitt artist Julie Rafalski worked with year seven at EGA school to create concrete poetry using digital design programmes.
Cubitt held an INSET for the third and final round of schools to take part in the Where Do We Begin? project.
We danced like water, knitted fences and trees, shared words of wisdom and took chalk for walks.
Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer Cubitt recently established a partnership with Currell estate agents and Highbury Grove School. Pupils at the school took part in a project initiated by the new artist in residence, Denise Hickey, called ‘the people’s museum’. Over the course of a number of weeks, they explored their relationship to onjects […]
Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer The third teacher INSET of the Where do we begin? project took place on the 10th of June at Platform Youth Hub. Primary school teachers took part in a series of taster workshops delivered by artists from three art forms; dance, visual art and music. These were intended as starting […]
Print-maker Sarah Lawton is creating artist books with local people over 55 for our monthly Inside Art sessions.
As part of our Festival of Blackboards we partnered with Sadler’s Wells, Wayne McGregor Random Dance and Islington Council to create The Arts Picnic – our first ever large scale live arts and dance event!
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An active, participatory session that will give teachers the tools to assess, frame and deliver a stronger case for the arts in their schools.