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Hannah Wallis

Hannah is the third of the DASH Curatorial Commissions and has curated the first on-site exhibition for Wysing Arts Centre in 2021; 'Version' from sound artist and DJ Ain Bailey. Visit the Project page to learn more.

Hannah Wallis is an artist-curator, researcher and co-founder of Dyad Creative; an artistic partnership exploring performance, administration, curation and collaboration. Now working between UK and France, Dyad Creative is supported by GUILD, a three-year programme advocating sustainable growth and resilience in the face of fast-changing social and economic structures. Hannah works as research assistant and public engagement consultant for performance company ZU-UK and has previously worked to develop aurally diverse practices with Aural Diversity and Deafroots.

Supported by a range of organisations including a-n, East Street Arts, National Writer’s Centre, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, and Arts Council England, Hannah has led residency programmes, developed interactive commissions, managed several temporary artist-led spaces, and will be co-leading a-n Assembly Leicester in September 2020.