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HannaH 2013 is in Leeds, June 13th to 15th.
HannaH asks three questions:
What great stuff is happening in the North now?
Who is doing it?
How can more of it happen?
That’s great stuff like the Small Cinema project in Moston, Manchester. A group of artists and local volunteers got together and turned an empty room at the Miners Arts and Music Centre into a working cinema.
HannaH festival highlights new activities like that in any field, including art, music, new businesses, new kinds of social organisation and new scientific inventions.
To discover new events the festival draws on the expertise and enthusiasm of people living and working here. They will organise the events they want see happening, making connections with other places in the North and internationally.
The job of the festival is just to organise the behind the scenes things, including fundraising, needed to make it all happen.
HannaH is a space for connnecting and sharing. Sharing skills, inspiration, and new kinds of knowledge. New things happen when people get inspired by each other’s work, and when people with different kinds of knowledge come together.
The first HannaH festival will be in Leeds in June this year, in Newcastle next year, then in Sheffield and Doncaster in 2015 and across the Pennines from 2016.