Schools and Young People
This was the second teacher professional development session as part of Cubitt’s Primary Arts Network, focusing on watercolours at KS1
Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer As part of Cubitt’s Community Cohesion project, exploring approaches to teaching diversity and identity issues at primary level, artist Emily Rand has been working with year six pupils at Hugh Myddleton School. The project has been focusing on exploring notions of identity through discovering the work of other […]
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Artist Rosanna Greaves’ workshops at Thornhill Primary School a part of Cubitt’s Community Cohesion project.
In August 2013 the Cubitt Young Artists attended a 5 day summer school at CSM focusing on the theme of Installation Art.
Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer During the summer term 2013 Cubit artist Giulia Ricci worked with the two year 2 classes at William Tyndale Primary School. The project, called the Material World, was loosely inspired by Bruno Munari’s ABC DADA, an artwork composed of 26 collages, each for one letter of the alphabet. […]
The drawing collective came together again to deliver a workshop to the public inspired by the SIXMIX exhibition at Islington Museum.
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Over the weekend of the 6/7th of April, the OCCUPY programme at Platform came to a close with a series of public performances
Thursday nights at Platform combinig art, dance and filmmaking
Posted in Community Studios, Education, News, Occupy, Young People | Tagged Barbara Beyer, Carl Stevenson, Dance, Filmmaking, Neil Fleming Brown, Occupy, Platform, visual art, Young People | Leave a response