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The Hub Culture Innovation Campus and Beach Club offers 14.5 acres of beach front property in the heart of Bermuda’s south shore, minutes from town. 

 

The Campus features the 2017 Concept Collection - a sustainable and mobile campus village with meeting cabanas, a creative studio, a virtual reality unit, bar kitchen and lounge areas with fibre-optic Internet. The Beach Club exclusively features Hub Culture Social Rosé now in its second vintage. It also features large in-ocean swimming pools, a small surf break, horse trails, and sports including volleyball and boules.  

 

The Campus and Club is open to the global Hub Culture community from May - August 2017, with all events and activities available via the Hub Culture app. Daily reservations during each theme week may be required, and all programming is enabled by the participants, who may themselves create events or activities as part of each programming track.

 

 

Open daily from 11am - 9pm. 34 South Shore Road, Bermuda.  Enquiries: bermuda@HubCulture.com

 

Hub Culture is inviting scientists, artists, writers and thinkers to convene their networks at the Campus.

 

The Innovators in Residence programme offers Hub Culture community leaders a platform to convene others.


A group of 80 members will become the first Innovators in Residence invited for the season with priority booking of Campus accommodation.  Innovators in Residence enjoy the opportunity to convene event programming, discussions, lectures and online content to be featured at HubCulture.com.


As an Innovator in Residence, members will become part of an invigorating Hub of thinkers.

Innovators in Residence honours Eight Patron Spirits: Walt Whitman for stories, Zsa Zsa Gabor for glamour, Albert Einstein for discovery, Zaha Hadid for vision, David Bowie for creativity, Maya Angelou for heart, Mark Twain for adventure, andJosephine Baker for motion.