8 March – 14 April 2019. Wed–Sun, 12–6pm. A Symptom – a body of work by London-based artist Lucy Clout brings to Cubitt a set of propositions that in part offer up questions of self-organising, passive and active participation. Sculptural and video pieces bring together research around the close readings of bodies in relation to medical […]
Sadie Edginton has written a piece in response to taking part in Joshua Sofaer’s No Shortlist workshop. Sadie and Joshua both have studios at 73 Mildmay Street Extra Care setting, as part of a partnership project with Cubitt and Notting Hill Genesis. Image credit: Sadie Edginton Here is an excerpt: After introductions, Joshua explained the premise […]
Cultural Capital Cooperative Object #2 (CCCO#2) produced by artists Nikita Gale, Candice Lin, Sidsel Meineche Hansen, Nour Mobarak, Blaine O’Neill, and Patrick Staff, Black Obsidian Sound System (B.O.S.S) and Ceramics Studio Co-op and events with COOP Fund and Cooperative Lunch #2 hosted by Cooperativas de Alimentos
Preview 17 January 2019, 6.30–8.30pm. All welcome to attend.
18 January to 24 February 2019
ONGOING: Saturdays Social – Ings (Holding, Shaking, Gazing, Net-Working) & An Edible Portion of Truth are two artworks created in parallel by Lucy Steggals & Ania Bas in collaboration with Islington residents.
Cubitt Education is seeking an artist to take residence from mid-January 2019 in a community studio based at Arts and Media School Islington (AMSI), a secondary school in north Islington with excellent links across the local community. License fees are £150pcm, all bills (and wifi) inclusive. Studio sizes is approx. 215sq. Taking on a studio at AMSI will involve artists donating […]
Sunday 25 Nov | 1–3pm Free, places limited booking advisable <here> Cooperative Lunches will be a new regular event series at Cubitt, an event around food, community, sharing space and knowledge. The first Cooperative Lunch will be hosted by The Voice of Domestic Workers, a migrant domestic worker union in residence at Cubitt until […]
“I enjoyed being given a space to express my creativity in different ways the most,” Institute of Anything participant We are inviting teachers and young people from Islington secondary schools to host an eight-week Institute of Anything project next spring. This after school programme will be structured as an enquiry into how we can nurture creative autonomy in […]