We are pleased to announce that Jack J Hutchinson has been named the runner up in the Solo Artist category in the Blues Matters Writer’s Poll 2015.
This week saw my band return to the legendary 100 Club, London, almost one year after our EP launch at the same venue. Announcing our new name Jack J Hutchinson and the Boom Boom Brotherhood, we tore through a ten song set featuring live staples Get It Back and Wake Up, plus new tracks Long […]Read more "Boom at the 100 Club"
1 February marks the beginning of a new venture as I join the studio group at Bow Arts Trust. I will be sharing a studio with two superb artists – Elizabeth Murton and Lizzie Cannon, both of whom I met at my previous studio at Cor Blimey Arts. Bow Arts was established in 1995 when […]Read more "Moving to Bow Arts"
Apple today launched the much hyped iPad in Yerba Buena. Resembling a large iPhone, the device carries a lot of hope on its shoulders, least not from publishers who envisage it as the future of news delivery. Here are its basic stats: – 0.5 inches thick – weighs 1.5 pounds (0.7kilos) – 9.7 inch multitouch […]Read more "iPad – the saviour of journalism?"
On 14th January I attended State of the Arts – The Conference for the Arts, hosted by the Royal Society for the Encouragement of the Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce (RSA) and held at Park Plaza Riverbank, London. The conference examined the current and future challenges and opportunities around domestic arts policy, strategy and funding and […]Read more "State of the Arts Conference – A Twitter Account"
On Thursday 14th January I will be attending the State of the Arts Conference, Park Plaza Riverbank, London. Organised by the RSA and Arts Council England, the event brings together a wide range of creative voices to debate the value and purpose of the arts at a time of significant change. The arts and cultural […]Read more "State of the Arts Conference"
As we move into the second decade of the 21st century new technologies have enhanced our interaction and understanding of the world around us. History is no longer restricted to a long forgotten past – we barely have time to experience events before we document, blog or tweet their occurrence. But how will such accelerated […]Read more "Augmented reality – the world in subtitles"