H U T T
H U T T was initiated in 2014 in Nottingham by Ciarán Harrington, Rebecca Scofield and Joe Rowley as an organisation focusing on highlighting emerging artists and helping them with a first solo show. The gallery, set up at studio project Primary in Nottingham, exhibited a range of artists from the UK and Europe in both solo and group exhibitions, as well as running a residency in association with Nottingham Trent University and Summer Lodge and a range of events and projects out of the city and gallery including Kevin Hunt's Mixer as part of Assembly Liverpool at The Royal Standard in 2017 and annual cocktail shitfest GrottBar, a concept bar that formed part of the Primary Christmas Party.
In 2018 the current members of H U T T, Connor Brazier and Joe Rowley made the decision to close the Nottingham gallery and refocus the project primarily through our journal Ephemeral Care which focuses on ethics and strategies in Artist Led and Self Organised projects. This will run alongside other activity including maintaining our root policy of giving opportunity to emerging artists with exhibition and publication opportunities.