Schools and Young People
Cubitt is proud to be an Arts Award supporter. This means that where possible, our organisation will help young people acheive their arts award accrediation by attending our Gallery, meeting staff in education and researching our organisation for their arts log.
We are thrilled to report that during October half term, the work from our ‘Fabric of Ideas’ summer school 2016 was moderated by Arts award. We achieved a fantastic 14 passes in Arts Award Bronze! The moderator commented, ‘clearly the young people have learnt a great deal gained a lot in visual art. The range of activities and […]
Cubitt Young Artist summer school ‘The Fabric of Ideas’ based Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London.
This years Cubitt Young Artist Summer school ‘Just my Type’ was a fantastic success. Partnered with Widening Participation at UAL, students attended a fortnight of Typographic focused workshops at Central Saint Martins. From silkscreen printing to learning letterpress, inspiring artist talks, trips to see Chris Bracey’s neon signs, exploring the CSM archives and producing […]
Join us for our next Primary Art Network INSET session led by artist Gemma Pardo. This one is set to be extra special as it will be hosted in our brand new education space here at Cubitt. ‘Jazz Seasons’ Thursday 12th November 4.30pm – 6.30pm Cubitt Education Space 8 Angel Mews N1 9HH […]
Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer On the 27th of November six primary school classes that have participated in the Where do we begin? project came to Sadler’s Wells to participate in a celebration event. They each took part in two workshops from a choice of visual art, music, dance and a Theatre tour. At […]
Cubitt artist Rachel James led an inflatables workshop for the Primary Art Network
The Cubitt Young Artists showcased the work that they have made this year through curating their own exhibition at Central Saint Martins.
Using different mark-making techniques, students express emotions of fear and contentment, and states of slowness and speed.
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.