Art, Music & Beer, at The Zetland

So, as Thursday evening rolled around, I was very happy to push my Uni work to one side and head down to The Zetland bar in Huddersfield. With friends in tow, and Gola Creative Takeover flyers in hand we readied ourselves for a night of live art installations, great music and products by some of the areas best young entrepreneurs. 

Needless to say the evening didn’t disappoint. The Rag and Bone collective provided fantastic entertainment, and the presence of tabletops that we could draw on went down a treat as we chatted, drank and listened to music. Everyone seemed to find his or her inner illustrator! Joining the lads there was a great stall by West Yorkshire Cameras, and as always they were nice enough to give me some much needed camera advice (I’m such a beginner!) As well as this there were heaps of other musicians and stalls, turning the Zetland into a creative feast, with everything from original artwork to vintage clothing.

It’s amazing to see so many creative’s coming together, and it really opens your eyes as to how much talent can be hiding in your local area. Why not take some time to discover what your town has to offer?

Although it’s only a short one from me today I’ve been busy working on some other interviews with some fantastic guys and girls, so keep checking back for more great stuff! Until then, enjoy your week and don’t forget to check out our Creative Takeover inManchesteron Friday 23rd November if you’re going to be in the area. Free entry, and you’re guaranteed to have an amazing night. You ‘ain’t seen nothing yet!

Click here to learn more about the Creative Takeover

Speak to you soon guys!


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About Katie House

Hi I’m Katie, and I’m a final year Advertising student at Huddersfield University. I’m a huge lover of all things Design related, but I’m also passionate about music and literature. I love getting out there, getting stuck in and seeing what more I can learn in the world of creativity and music. I’m a very passionate and dedicated person, with a love of communication design. When I’m not blogging for Gola or at University, I intern for a brand design agency, as well as write my own personal blog and often work freelance. I’m always up for a challenge and excited to try anything new. I was involved with the 2012 Born in Britain Gola campaign, so I’m thrilled to be back working with the team for 2013. I’m excited to get started and to see what talent I can uncover. Its been a great experience, and the blog has featured some amazing people, so who knows what 2013 will bring.

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