(Image above shows an example of Graphic Designer Matthew Tye's work)
*News Flash* Creative Cohesion have got their hands on a second building
The first floor of 19 Villiers St, just around the corner from our existing building on Nile Street now has the Creative Cohesion stamp on it and already home to 5 creative businesses. The building is grade 2 listed and has some great history, formally St. George's chapel (built in 1825) and aside is the former St. George's school, 1849.
Say hello to our new artists:
Matthew Tye is a graphic designer specialising in branding and print work.
Andy Martin is a Sunderland inspired photographer. Andy is working on a long term project 'This is Sunderland' which aims to document the ever-changing industrial and historic landscape of Wearside. All images are taken on film using vintage camera equipment, in keeping with the locations and subjects.
The Futureheads are Sunderland based musicians forming an English post-punk, rock band; consisting of Ross Millard, Barry Hyde, David Craig and Dave Hyde.
Claire Todd is a Glass and Ceramic PHD student. Originally from London Claire has a BA in sculpture from the University of Northumbria, an MA in scenography from Central Saint Martins and an MA in ceramics from Bath Spa University. Her work combines drawing, sculpture, film and most recently glass.
Geraldine Convery is a Fine Artist and also does art based work in local schools.
There are 4 other studio spaces available, one has already been built and the other 3 will be built when tenants are secured, the 3 will require a 1 month lead time. As they are currently not built if interested in a space you can have some say as to size preference. If you are interested please get in touch and we can arrange a site visit for you.