David Hill (arts director)

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David Hill is a theatre maker and arts director/producer and cultural consultant, founder (and currently Chair) of the ArtReach. He also writes under the name D.R.Hill with his short story collection, This is Exhibit B

ArtReach is a registered charity and Arts Council England NPO that initiates, develops, and produces Outdoor Arts Festivals and other creative arts projects and programmes. Hill has directed three Creative Europe funded collaboration projects (FREEDOM, JOURNEYS and VOICES) with ArtReach as Lead Partner. With ArtReach Hill created and produced the world’s largest interactive video artwork (Under Scan by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer)[1] in Trafalgar Square, London and in public spaces across the UK East Midlands from 2005-2008. Heco-wrote the book Under Scan with Lozano-Hemmer, published in 2006.[2] During this time he created and delivered a range of arts events such as Three Cities Create and Connect, The Lyric Lounge[3] and Dance in the Park. He has also delivered projects in Barcelona, India and the West Indies.

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