Mimi Banks | Director
HLA co-founder Mimi Banks has a formal training in Fine Art, and a history of involvement with cabaret, visual arts, festivals and creative events as an artist, performer and producer. Her 15 year practice as a creative producer in the live art sector has led to a specialism in participatory and socially engaged practice. This has become a key component to Home Live Art’s work. Mimi also works as a set and site designer, consultant and project producer, heading up the creative art and build teams at Latitude Festival, T in the Park Festival and has designed projects for the Barbican, the British Library, award winning artist Christopher Green and the recent Arctic Monkeys 2014 tour.
Jane Greenfield | Director
For over 20 years Jane Greenfield has been an active member of the international dance and live arts community. Her career is best defined by her 11 year Directorship of the internationally acclaimed Dance 4 National Dance Agency and NOTT Dance Festival. An independent producer since 2005, she has initiated a range of curatorial, developmental and enquiry lead projects including the Guardians of Doubt network, commissioning land-based work in heritage contexts supported by a C4C Fellowship with York St John University, working as Contemporary Arts Officer for the National Trust and mentoring numerous artists and young producers. In 2013 she became the Co-Director of London based arts organisation Home Live Art.
Janet Waugh | Associate Producer
After studying Politics and History at university, Janet has worked in the arts as a manager and producer over a range of disciplines, including visual arts and film, performance work and theatre. She has worked with individual artists as well as arts organisations including the ICA, LIFT, Artsadmin, motiroti and home live art.
Sarah Wilson | Producer
Sarah is an independent producer and arts marketer working in London and South East England. Presently she is the producer for Farnham Maltings and Jammy Voo Theatre. Alongside producing Sarah offers marketing support to a range of artists and companies, and is currently a visiting lecturer at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Previously Sarah was the producer for national touring ensemble Rhum and Clay, the marketing and engagement co-ordinator for touring initiative house, and creator of new digital touring resource tour-finder.org. She has provided marketing assistance to Makin Projects, Blind Summit Theatre and Camden People’s Theatre, and has produced projects for solo artist Rachel Mars and for the Old Vic Theatre among others.
home live art Board
Richard Dedomenici: Artist
Martin Gent: Artist, Facilitator and Director of Spinach
Jayne Knight (Chair) – Arts Development Manager, Suffolk County Council.
Richard Layzell: Artist
Anna Plodowski: Green Activist & Academic
Laura Sweeney: Independent Producer and Arts Consultant
Misa Von Tunzelman