About the Hudson Creative Hub

At the Hudson Creative Hub, we know it all too well: it doesn’t take much to change the world in a positive way.

Since our debut in August 2022, we’ve been determined to make a difference. The heart of our organization is to bring the innovative ideas and passion of our team to benefit the activities in which we are engaged. It is through all these initiatives that we aim to demonstrate the conviction that lies behind our vision.



Our Mission

Mission & values

Our mission is to offer a welcoming, accessible, educational, and inspirational hub for the artistic, cultural, and community organizations of all age groups in Hudson and its vicinity.

We are committed to advancing the public’s appreciation of the arts by producing public art exhibitions, presentations, and performance arts events, and to providing a forum for qualified artists to exhibit, present, or perform their artistic works through participation in such events.

We are committed to do all things as are ancillary and incidental to the attainment of the above-mentioned purpose.



Our History

Trajectory

The Hall has historically been used for community purposes. Built in 1879 and then rebuilt in 1988 after a fire destroyed the original building, the Hall has been used as a Sunday school, concert and conference hall, public meeting space, respite centre for people caring for Alzheimer family members, support group for young mothers dance rehearsal hall, public readings, math classes and scout training sessions.

Privately purchased in July, 2022, St. Mary’s Church Hall became the Hudson Creative Hub and was incorporated as a not-for-profit charitable corporation on May 6, 2022.

Now open to the public to visit its in-house exhibits, cultural events, and community activities, the Hub is a Creative Hub to Learn, Enjoy and Participate in everything Hudson’s Creative Community has to offer.

The founding members of the Corporation are:
Camillo Gentile
Lynda Clouette MacKay
Helen Kurgansky
Maurice A. Panchyshyn
Serge L.Gerard