Chrystal Ding is a research-led artist who works with photography, writing, personal archives, and data to explore the impact of past (trauma) and future (technological advancement) on identity.
Paloma Tendero is a visual artist that works across photography and sculpture, exploring the physical and psychological relationships that spring from inherited DNA.
In place of our usual monthly peer groups, we’ve been having weekly check-ins for artists and cultural producers via Zoom.
Now is the time, more than ever, for us to connect. Join us over on Slack to stay connected to our community in these difficult times.
On February 17th we held our 52nd artist peer group at the Free Space Project in Camden. This month we had two artists — Claire Callow and Caroline Jones — presenting their works with feedback from the group.
Our January peer group marked our 51st peer group since September 2015. This month we had 2 artists presenting — Zara Pears & Jill Mueller.
As the year draws to a close we had our final peer group of 2019. That makes our 50th peer group since we started in 2015!
In September the Hub held the first in a series of events focused on self care. Here’s a report on what we covered.
We had a fantastic November peer group last night with works shown by Andy Wiener and Claire Collison. Thanks to all of you that could make it along and contributed to an inspiring evening. We had a lovely big group of 24 people with 13 new attendees.
As the first phase of the Hub’s Arts Council grant begins, we’ve launched with a new and clearer website.