Co-founder Mimi Banks has a formal training in Fine Art, and a history of involvement with cabaret, site specific installation, festivals and creative events as an artist, performer and producer. Her 15 year practice as a creative producer of live art has led to a specialism in participatory practice. Mimi also works as a set and site designer, consultant and project manager, heading up the creative build teams at Latitude Festival, T in the Park Festival and has designed projects at the Barbican, at the British Library and for award winning artist Christopher Green.
Between 1994 – 2004 Jane Greenfield was the Artistic Director of Dance 4 and NOTT Dance Festival. She now pursues a freelance career as a creative producer, working nationally and internationally on her own developed and commissioned projects.
Recent work includes: directing ACE’s Momentum programme at METAL; curatorial research into land based work with a York St John University Fellowship; co-creator of WHITE LIGHT and a member of the Guardians of Doubt. She has been co-producer for home live art since 2005.
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.
home live art Board
Jayne Knight (Chair) - Arts Development Manager, Suffolk County Council.
Anna Plodowski: Green Activist & academic
Richard Dedomenici: Artist
Barby Asante: Artist and Curator
Caoimhe McAvinchey: Lecturer in Drama, Theatre & Performance, Convenor MA Theatre & Performance at Queen Mary, University of London