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.
Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer Artist Emily Rand has been working with Year 2 children at Thornhill Primary School during the Autumn Term, to help them explore their learning question: ‘How Does Pattern Make Our World?” Each week the pupils experimented with a new way of making, finding or looking at patterns. These included […]
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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Cubitt Education hosted a series of events to prepare for this year’s Cake Museum; part of the Spring Ball 2013.
Cubitt Education and St Luke’s Community Centre present ‘Indications’: an exhibition of work by Cubitt Community Studio Holders.
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