Jon and Martyn are talking on the BBC about their Punk in Huddersfield work this morning. Their facebook page If you were around at the time please don't hesitate to email us email@example.com and we will forward that on to the guys. They'd be delighted to hear from you as they continue working on their … Continue reading Jon and Martyn on BBC Leeds talking to Liz Green this morning
Dex Hannon (Huddersfield based artist) and Pip Williamson University of Huddersfield Animation student collaborated to create this introduction to The Broken Toy Company Film. Both films were presented at the 2014 Symposium Apologies for the slight distortion on some of the audio - hope you enjoy it!
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Several people have suggested that it would be really helpful to see the projects that are coming out of CollabHub. It is difficult to document, in part because people might just come to one meeting, develop a friendship and start making work together at a later time, and also because lots of projects happen out … Continue reading Mapping collaborations
Please keep the volume low - we're correcting the double audio problem and will repost when that has been done.
The Facebook group New meetings will be scheduled to start in September 2014 - leave a comment if you want to meet up sooner though, we don't need to wait!
It has been an incredible week however we hope to post images and responses to the Symposium really soon. Why not follow @CollabHub or visit the Facebook page so that you can receive news as it comes through. The Bad Ideas Band
Huddersfield Creative Arts Network (HCAN) have raised £4580 for an interdisciplinary team of students involved in CollabHub to develop their Huddersfield Sound Walk (now HudScape) project. The team includes an animation student (Pip Williamson), business studies student (Abigail McAlpine) and two music technology students (one from each school, Alex Baker and Dainius Kacinskas). As this has grown from … Continue reading Exciting investment from Kirklees Council and http://www.hcan.org.uk/
On May 23rd we open the doors to our local communities. If you want to attend and find out more, or even host a stall in our collaboration market, please click on the symposium menu above.
Welcome (Diary of a tutor post 1) You may have been here before, or not, but welcome all the same. This blog is just part of our University wide collaboration hub - welcoming all to take a look, visit our Facebook page and think about new possibilities and ideas. Think of it as a kind … Continue reading A moment to reflect