A Word with the Residency Artists at the HERE Creative Centre in Stöðvarfjörður Iceland
Icelandic farm designed by George Hollanders is for sale now! Handmade in HERE Creative Centre from icelandic sustainable birch and larch wood, treated with linseed oil and natural colors.
Glove Story, creative project based on MupiMup! glove puppets. Lost-and-Found street gloves were resurrected in new life, expression and name by Worldwide Friends. Project was organized by Rósa Valtingojer and Bjarki Sól Guðmundsson. You can see the puppets on the show 29/8/14 in HERE Creative Centre, Stöðvarfjörður Iceland.
A week in the Creative Center in Stöðvarfjörður / Studio Silo
Dear people, here is a short video of what we have been up to during this past week We want to thank all of you for supporting Studio Silo with donations, we are now fully funded thanks to you… Jíha! You have enable us to put this project into reality!!! There are now 2 days left of the fundraising and even though we have reached the target the collection is still on and all extra fund will just make Studio Silo greater
Love & Peace Una & Vinny
A group of multi-skilled people who stand behind the HERE Creative Centre in Stöðvarfjörður want to set up Studio Silo, an analog and digital recording studio in the center.
Help us fund the building of Studio Silo by donating on Karolina fund and receive a gift from us!
More informations about the progress you can find on Studio Silo Facebook.
We’re honored to present the first wooden toys by Stubbur, handmade in HERE Creative Centre.
A collaboration between HERE Creative Centre and toy-workshop Stubbur with the aim to establish a fully operational manufacturing and development facility to create new jobs and to extend creative opportunities in East Iceland.
Last week there was a training course of the manufacturing processes, led by the founder of Stubbur, designer and toy-maker George Hollanders. Teaching took place in HERE, Stöðvarfjörður in the new development and manufacturing space for woodwork.
The participants were gradually deepen their understanding of toy design and manufacturing basics through the course leaving them with ample knowledge and information to continue by themselves. The basic knowledge taught in the course included work methods, operating, maintenance and possibilities of the various machines availble, design techniques, finishing techniques, do´s and dont´s, understanding of the materials available, rules and regulations, general safety, etc.