Cubitt Education presents a major one-day event exploring the public face of aging
Kevin Atherton presented a talk about his past public artworks and his intentions for the re-commissioning of ‘On Reflection’: a public sculpture that was sited in Islington in the 1980’s.
Cubitt Education worked with students from Elizabeth Garret Anderson and Highbury Grove Schools to create a series of visual interventions and lampshades for Hornsey Road Baths.
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The Public Wisdom group meets at Claremont Project to discuss possible locations for Kevin Atherton’s recommissioned sculpture ‘Upon Further Reflection’. Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer
Wednesday 14 December 2011 Ever wondered how art exhibitions get put together, why and by whom? Would your business like to display or commission artwork? Are you an artist who is thinking about organising their own exhibition? Or is your community centre or voluntary group interested in working with an artist? Come to Cubitt, a […]
Join Cubitt Education for the launch of Public Wisdom, a three-year programme of workshops, events and commissions in which local elders will re-imagine the public realm in Islington. Thursday the 8th of December 2011. 4-7pm, at: Islington Town Hall Upper Street London N1 2UD Art in the public realm can be breathtaking; awe-inspiring; life-changing. It […]
Tuesday 26 July 2011 Cubitt Education’s Festival of Blackboards continues with a free seminar critically exploring the relationships between arts education, fine art practice, artistic models of production, and the ‘creative industries’. What is particular or unique about artistic concepts of labour and production? Who might control and regulate production in the creative industries? How […]
Monday 18 July 2011 Cubitt Education opens the Festival of Blackboards, our summer programme exploring arts education, with a timely seminar focusing on art in schools. For many people working in the visual arts, the art room at school was unlike any other classroom; whether a quiet refuge or lively mess it could always be […]
Between Thursday 3 June and Friday 16 July 2010 Cubitt Education presented an exhibition of work at Islington Museum. The work was created during our programme of enriching and inspiring activities in partnership with local schools. The projects on display included: Picturing Democracy / Picturing Community: a series of photographic portraits of Councillors and local […]
Thursday 17 September 2009 The ‘Get Green, Get Creative’ Green Fayre is a one-day event at Claremont Project (an arts and personal development centre for people aged 55+) that seeks to help us answer these questions. During the afternoon visitors will be invited to participate in arts activities and learn about new ways to be […]
On the 9th of July 2009, as part of Children’s Art Day, Cubitt Education organised a major event at Islington Town Hall: The Creative Conference.
The Cubitt Gallery have been doing a workshop about photography with Canonbury school. The workshop have been making videos, pictures and drawings. On the 10th of April Montell Amadi, Jonathan Mamorsky,Christana Amadi and Eleanor Mamorsky participated in the workshop.The Artists who ran the workshop were Daniel Baker, Pernille Ramfelt, Ginny Gory and Rosie Greaves. By […]
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