Schools and Young People
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.
Cubitt held an INSET for the third and final round of schools to take part in the Where Do We Begin? project.
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 […]
Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer Artist Katie Miller lead a print making workshop for Primary Art Network members. They experimented with a range of block printing techniques using a Latin American fable as inspiration.
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.
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.