Our Community

The Central Station community is a combination of several social networks – Twitter, Flickr, Cargo Collective, Vimeo, Behance, Soundcloud & Facebook.

To join us you just need to be connected to Central Station on any or all of these platforms.

We can then see your work and consider it for our Showcase. It also means that other creatives can easily connect with you.

 
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    My Process
    Featured Blog
    Fri-04-Apr
    McBrinn & Piper explain their mirrored video installation for Hidden Door Festival

    Featured Blog
    Thu-20-Mar
    Mitch Miller tells us about his process and explains dialectograms

  • Featured Blog
    Tue-04-Mar
    Mark Lyken and Emma Dove describe their process and the creation of Mirror Lands

    Featured Blog
    Thu-13-Feb
    Illustrator Maia Fjord shares her love of the imaginary

    Featured Blog
    Tue-21-Jan
    Nina Falk introduces her work which crosses the boundaries between fashion, textiles & art

  • Featured Blog
    Thu-09-Jan
    Interdisciplinary artist, Sougwen Chung explores the intersection of art & technology

    Featured Blog
    Thu-05-Dec-2013
    Illustrator Matthew Carey Simos & writer Rebecca Sharp discuss their recent collaboration

    Featured Blog
    Tue-19-Nov-2013
    Artist photographer and filmmaker, Alastair Cook shares his work process

  • Featured Blog
    Wed-23-Oct-2013
    Artist Michele Marcoux discusses preparing for her upcoming exhibition

    Featured Blog
    Tue-17-Sep-2013
    Claire Lamond discusses her animation process and her emotional involvement in scenes

    Featured Blog
    Tue-03-Sep-2013
    Graphic designer, Kieron Lewis explains his final year project and his future plans

  • Featured Blog
    Mon-22-Jul-2013
    Gain an insight into Jonathan Ouisse's painting process

    Featured Blog
    Tue-02-Jul-2013
    Sarah Roberts explores female stereotypes by photographing men in some unusual poses

    Featured Blog
    Thu-20-Jun-2013
    Geek in Residence at Stills, Denise Ross created a website showing the unique history of…

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