Nicole Hudson is a visual artist, working predominantly in the media of collage and sculpture.
A playful outlook guides both her own artistic practice, and the creative learning and engagement workshops she hosts. The understated importance of creative and imaginative play for both children and adults prompts her outreach work with the public within gallery, museum, and community settings. Exploring the world, its objects, spaces, and social interactions through this mindset, her work exudes a sense of energy. It seeks to accentuate the viewers curiosity, unlocking the imagination and embracing the simplistic joy found in the childlike sense of discovering the world, that often becomes muffled and lost during our daily lives.
Hudson is a graduate of Norwich University of the Arts, completing a BA Honours Degree in Fine Art. Hudson has led creative engagement workshops at The Sainsbury Centre of Visual Arts (England), The Liverpool Central Library (England), and The Oriel Davies Gallery (Wales). In 2016 she was invited to complete a community arts residency in Finland, and in 2017 she assisted within the Art and Design Department at the Canadian International School of Singapore.