Using different mark-making techniques, students express emotions of fear and contentment, and states of slowness and speed.
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 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 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. […]
Three sessions of the Occupy programme focused on drawing, performance and projection
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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Back from our break we are now combining drawing dance and filmmaking on the Thursday Occupy nights
First collective workshop for the new Cubitt Young Artists programme 2013
A project with Year 2 pupils exploring; “How Does Pattern Make Our World?”.
Illustrations by one of Highbury Grove’s Drawing Club students of the School for Change event on 22 November 2012.
In this mark making workshop, nursery pupils explored tracing methods.
Children in Nursery were given different shapes to draw and play with.