Cubitt Education’s Community Studios Programme

Website: http://cubittartists.org.uk/2018/06/08/14564/

Cubitt Education is seeking artists to take residence in a brand new set of four community studios 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 vary between 172 square foot and 226 square foot. Taking on a studio at AMSI will involve artists donating 12 x 2 hours per year of their time for creative projects which benefit and involve the members of the school community. There will also be the opportunity for studio holders to apply for paid commissions to deliver more substantial projects with the school. Cubitt are looking for artist who have an inspiring and engaging practice and diverse range of practical skills which could be applied to a wide variety of workshops or projects, are experienced in arts education are interested in working within a formal education setting, with the benefits and challenges that entails, have or are willing to obtain an Enhanced DBS certificate issued within the last 3 years (AMSI will cover the cost of this process).

Expires: July 4, 2018


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