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  1. The Arlington Association is made up of residents of the westerly part of the Arlington Conservation area in Islington, North London. The area is an unusually peaceful haven in busy Islington, made up of primarily early Victorian houses, wide streets and two garden squares that are…
  2. HCPC registered Art Psychotherapists offering services to adoption support and in education (including early years and FE colleges). Our service can be delivered at accessible venues appropriate to the client e.g. schools, contact centres, health or community settings. Short-term and long-term art therapy as individual…
  3. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am - 6pm
    Weekly after school art classes and holiday workshops for children 6-16. We inspire children aged 6-16 to develop artistically by immersing them in our art-K programme, which integrates core visual skills. Each child follows their own individual programme, which is curated based on their age.…
  4. Artbox London runs art workshops, gallery trips and exhibition opportunities for people with learning disabilities and autism. Artists can earn a small income from their art sales and can also develop work related skills through selling art at exhibitions.
  5. Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 2.15pm (KS3), 9.25am to 3.10pm (KS4)
    Arts and Media School Islington is a mixed Trust school.  Trust schools are types of Foundation schools that form charitable trusts with an outside partner such as a business or educational charity, but are maintained by the Local Authority. All schools are inspected regularly by Ofsted…
  6. Arts First run two Music Centres funded by Arts First with a grant from Arts Council England, at Canonbury Primary and St Joseph's Primary Schools.   Canonbury Music Centre offers keyboards, violin and guitar instrumental tuition on Tuesday after school. Anyone attending an Islington school can apply using the application…