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Our Hubs

Wisbech, King's Lynn, Peterborough, Bury St Edmunds, Huntingdon

We are working to create a connected network of artists, creative industry professionals and businesses across Cambridge and it's surrounding areas.

Building on existing activity and infrastructure to develop creative industries clusters in Wisbech, King's Lynn, Peterborough, Bury St Edmunds, and Huntingdon, our programme supports skills development and develops activities that encourage innovation. Each hub hosts mentoring sessions, Meetups, workshops, and R&D projects throughout Collusion's 2016-2019 in_collusion programme.

If you are interested in getting involved, or would like to find out more about each hub, click here: Wisbech | King's Lynn | Peterborough | Bury St Edmunds | Huntingdon

Come along to one of our FREE workshops, seminars, or Meetups. Join our arts & technology Meetup groups to find out more: Wisbech | King's Lynn | Peterborough | Bury St Edmunds | Huntingdon


Huntingdon - May 2018

Over 70 people joined us at Maker Takeover for a day of art, music, performance, virtual reality and art and tech projects from three of Collusion’s R&D Challenges. Throughout the day, we enjoyed exploring projects and experiences from the following contributors;

Peterborough - April 2018

Seasonal showers couldn’t dampen people’s spirits as for My Lincoln Road Trail. Lincoln Road came to life with live art, music, theatre and poetry performed from a fantastic mobile bandstand on Saturday 28th April.

Bury St Edmunds - April 2018

For one weekend in April, residents were treated to three innovative art and tech projects happening around the town centre from the Apex down to the old Palmers store as part of Reframing Bury St Edmunds.

Wisbech - October 2017

Step into the future, 100 years from now, and journey with Pipp and her robot friend Caleb as they battle to save the region’s digital memory from draining into the Fens. This is Wisbech but not as you know it. This is Wisbech 2117.


King's Lynn - September 2017

On Friday 29th September, Collusion presented a one-off showcase of four exciting, experimental arts projects working with the projectors in King’s Lynn town centre.