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WordIslington
17-30 Jun 2020 Islington's annual festival of words and creativity brought to you by the . Produced by
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House of Illustration Jul 10
For , we joined forces with & their Inspire! group of young parents to produce a series of illustrated responding to the coronavirus pandemic. View the full set on our blog
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Islington Libraries Jul 10
Our libraries will be opening safely, in phases, from 27 July starting with returns only at Central and Finsbury libraries. From 10 August you will be able to click or call and collect from Archway, Central and Finsbury libraries. See full details:
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Pathways into Children's Publishing Jul 1
Our mentees , and were commissioned to illustrate a poem about , written by participants of ’s project – part of 's . Read the full poem –
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Islington Libraries Jun 30
In 2016 we celebrated 5 years of festival with the Mayor of Islington. Four years later it's still going strong.
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House of Illustration Jun 30
To mark the last day of , we're sharing an extract of our book Jacqueline Ayer: Drawing on Thailand, with an introduction by the late, great Milton Glaser who grew up with Ayer in the US's first interracial housing
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Little Angel Theatre Jun 29
If you missed this weekend, there's still plenty of time to meet this little bear and see what he and Big Bear get up to on their adventures... 's adaptation of 's book is available for free here:
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WordIslington Jun 30
cards with poems by young parents, young women & older people - illustrated by artists go to care homes, older people & families
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WordIslington Jun 30
A unique collaboration by for young parents created a Black Lives Matter poem illustrated by illustrators from diverse backgrounds:
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Little Angel Theatre Jun 28
This is your one hour countdown! ... will be premiering at 11am over here ➡️ We've been big fans of for a while now, and have done a beautiful job of bringing her work to life. We can't wait for you to see it 🌅 🐻 .
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Islington Libraries Jun 26
Our Stock and Reader Development manager talks about and in the latest newsletter.
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Little Angel Theatre Jun 26
This weekend's show is 's ..., adapted with beautiful shadow puppetry by . We've had a sneaky preview and it is really special! We can't wait to share it with you on Sunday. You can set a reminder here:
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key changes Jun 25
The one'n'only Islington peoples' poet joins our session for artists with experience... expect creative disruption & community togetherness courtesy of the awesome
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All Change Jun 24
One day we emerged, all changed, to discover a changed world, emerging from its shattered shell. That day was our first spent home together. - Francesca
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All Change Jun 24
For we took the : One day I feel the ground through the pavement, push up against my shoes as one foot then the next propels my body forwards. – Roger
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All Change Jun 24
For we took the : One day I was lost in space and then came re-stimulation. A kind word, gesture, movement, togetherness, a held heart and then I’m back. – Tony
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All Change Jun 24
For we took the : One day feeling low, I walked out the door with head bent. A bird I heard in song, its delightful tune lifted my mood – Eula
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All Change Jun 24
One day I hope to see that place. The people are traditional, the landscape authentic. One day I’ll get there to achieve my desire. – Pauline
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All Change Jun 24
For we took the :  One day the sun was shining. Went for a walk in the park with friends. Stopped in the park for coffee and cake too! – Rachel
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