8 new Liverpool based artists and organisations chosen for this year's 'Hannah Directory'
IT has been announced that 8 new
organisations and artists will be celebrated in this year's publication of the
'Hannah Directory', including the artist led Liverpool Small Cinema, the art
collective Re-Dock, digital media educators Defnet Media and artist of public
space Neil Winterburn. This annual publication showcases the best creative
projects, groups and individuals in the North of England and with a multiple
inclusion, Liverpool will be well represented.
The directory takes its name from the suffragette Hannah Mitchell (1872 to 1956). Seeking to share the values of democracy and civic duty that Mitchell fought for, the Hannah Directory showcases independent organisations working in innovative ways.
The directory aims to connect and share these projects in the hope that others may be inspired and learn from their successes. Make the most of the directory's launch (8 June to 14 June) by joining the DoESLiverpool community for a celebration night on 10 June, downloading Neil Winterburn's Hannah Festival hologram and of course picking up a copy of the directory.
This year's directory has been designed by the Manchester based Textbook Studio. Formed in 2011 and based at Islington Mill, the small design studio is led by John Newton, Vicky Carr, and Chris Shearston.
The publication is distributed in Towns and Cities across the North including Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Sheffield and Newcastle.