Schools and Young People
Stonecarving at Elizabeth Garret Anderson, Learning Through Process Monday 30 March to Thursday 16 April 2009 A mini exhibition was held in the main school reception at Elizabeth Garret Anderson Language College to mark the end of the first term of the stonecarving project. EGA was the first partner secondary school in our newly expanded […]
Cubitt Education ran a full day of creative activities for the Big Draw at Canonbury Primary School. For the whole day the entire school engaged in a variety of drawing-related projects.
Cubitt Education led a trip to the British Library for Year One pupils from Canonbury Primary School. They saw the Ramayana Exhibition.
Artist: Participants from Canonbury Primary School, Claremont Project and beyond Wednesday 25 June 2008 to Saturday 28 June 2008 Private View: Wednesday 25 June 2008, 6:00PM to 10:00PM Cubitt Education presents our Summer Exhibition of artwork produced in all our projects: delicate heads made from paper, clay body parts, giant collaborative drawings, and gold-leafed ceramic […]
In April 2008 Cubitt’s Artists-In-Residence at Canonbury Primary School, Pernille Ramfelt and Giulia Ricci, took a group of pupils from year 6 to The Slade, the famous art school at University College London.
I & ME: a project bridging the gap between arts education and exhibition through collaboration on a four-day project which was followed by a public event in Cubitt’s gallery on Saturday 30th June 2007.
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Everybody Click sessions are organised by Cubitt Education, and run in conjunction with the Everybody Draw workshops at Canonbury Primary School in North London.
Everybody Draw is an undirected session for 300 plus children, staff and parents/carers drawing together every Monday morning for 20 minutes organised by Cubitt, at Canonbury Primary School in North London.