OPEN STUDIOS. Saturday 11 May 2019. 12-6pm

Cubitt Open Studios. 11 May 2019. 12-6pm

Cubitt Open Studios.

EVERYONE WELCOME: Open Studios, Saturday, 11 May 2019. 12-6pm


Beyond Cubitt Gallery is a labyrinth of studios, occupied by Cubitts 32 artist members. This is a rare opportunity to meet them, see some of their work in the place of its making, and find out how one of Londons most established arts cooperative functions.

On the day:

12:30pm: Fishfinger Sandwich. Artist talk by Sarah Stanton. Studio 3.

2pm: Artists Talk. Annabel Frearson: Studio 5.

3pm: Amazing Grace. Performance by Elaine Mitchener as part of Ain Bailey: And We’ll Always be a Disco in the Glow of Love. Gallery.

4pm: Artist talk by Ben Edge. Studio 5.

Throughout the day:

Treasure hunt (for children)- ask a member of staff for a map to go on the treasure hunt around the studios and find the prize. Created by Nicky Hoberman.

Cubitt: An artist led history. By Morgan Quaintance. Screening. Studio 5.

Portrait drawing: Sarah Pickstone. Studio 31.

And more throughout the day!


No problem if you don’t want to attend the talks, you can just come in and have a wonder.

A full list of artists who have studios at Cubitt can be found here.


Cubitt is an artist-led organisation based in Islington, London. Founded in 1991, Cubitt now provides 32 artists’ studios with all artist members taking an active part in the running of the organisation.

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