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.
Thanks to all of you that came out for our July meeting. We had a fantastic group of 22 members, with a number of new faces (hello!) and familiar faces. As always, a fantastic selection of work shared as well as some discussion about where the group is heading and can develop (see below).
Thank you to those of you that could make it to the June peer group. As always, wow. I am always totally blown away by the people that turn up, the work they share and the support that’s given. Thank you to Cina, Anna and Gina for sharing such powerful works exploring trauma and textiles/maps, loss…
We had our peer group last night — smaller than usual but lovely and intimate all the same (much to the pleasure of some people sharing!)
We had a hugely inspiring and huge group in November, with 23 people attending. It was wonderful to see so many new and familiar faces and to hear about people’s projects and ideas working around themes of wellbeing. Thank you! Please see below for a re-cap of the group. Elsbeth van der Poel shared her on-going graphic novel, WorryBoy, aimed at…
Thanks to all that could make it to the Arts & Health Hub’s first group of the year! The group has grown from a little baby of 4-8 or so people a month in 2015 to 25 people this month.