Create with Schools @ Mostyn Llandudno
Calling artist educators who have been working with schools for 3 or more years.
Join us for a free training session with Cubitt Education, where you'll learn, share, collaborate and create. Cubitt Education produce a programme informed by the context of the locality and contemporary art practice. They work to connect artists, school and communities living in Islington, London and to trigger new approaches to understanding, interpreting and producing art.
The workshop will include:
- an update on the new curriculum
- inspirational case studies to connect with schools, teachers and young people
- the chance to reflect on your own practice and explore pushing boundaries in your creative delivery.
FREE, refreshments and lunch provided
About the facilitators
Lydia Ashman is the Programme Manager: Schools and Young People at Cubitt Artists in London. She has over ten years' experience in collaborating with partners and artists to produce creative projects in community and education settings. She is particularly committed to incorporating enquiry-based and cross-disciplinary learning into projects. She is a Philosophy for Children Level 1 Facilitator and worked with Dutch Architecture and Theatre Collective, TAAT, to co-produce PlayGround - a workshop and building toolkit informed by contemporary art, education and play. Alongside Ania Bas and Simone Mair, she organises The Walking Reading Group, a knowledge exchange project. She has written features for a-n exploring topics including arts education, artists' response to the refugee crisis, and socially-engaged art practices.
Poppy Green is a London-based artist and educator. Since completing her PGCE in secondary art education at Goldsmiths in 2008, she has delivered projects and programmes in a range formal and informal educational settings. She has worked across primary, secondary and SEN settings and in partnership with organisations including Bow Arts, Hauser and Wirth, Timothy Taylor Gallery. Most recently, she has been working with Whitechapel Gallery and Bow Arts to explore applications of community enquiry model, Philosophy for Children, in creative contexts.
Llandudno is served by many buses and a train station. For public transport info http://www.traveline.cymru/
Parking however is regulated throughout the town. There are a number of council run car parks which charge £3.50 for the day e.g. http://en.parkopedia.co.uk/parking/carpark/maelgwyn_road/ll30/llandudno/?arriving=201707052330&leaving=201707060130
Start Date: 19.03.18
End Date: 19.03.18
Location: Mostyn 12 Vaughan St Llandudno LL30 1AB