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Ian Hunter, Co-Director and lead artist.

Completed a PhD at Manchester Metropolitan University in 1992. From 1977 - 1980 was Snr. Curator and Acting Director with the New Zealand National Art Gallery.  Coordinated the ANZART Australia/New Zealand artist exchanges 1980 – 82.  Later was Arts Officer at the National Council for Civil Liberties in London, 1983-84.  Artist residence with Rossendale Groundwork Trust 1986/87, and established the Littoral Arts Trust with Celia Larner in 1990.
 

Celia Larner, Co-Director and Administrator.
Writer and arts consultant.  Completed an MA in Arts Administration from the City University, London, and was formerly Administrator of the Bowdon Festival (Altrincham 1975-81), and Coordinator of the Greater Manchester Art Week in 1987 and 89.  Since 1990 she has coordinated the Littoral international conferences and symposia programme, and oversees the Trust’s financial and project administration.
 

Tom Branton p/t Project Coordinator. 
Originally from Liverpool Tom studied Geology at Cambridge.  Tom is a skilled wood worker and crafts person and scything tutor.  

He also helps to maintain the Merz Barn site and runs workshops for children and young people at the site during the summer and autumn.  
 



LITTORAL is a non-profit arts trust which promotes new
creative partnerships, critical art practices and cultural
strategies in response to issues about social, environmental
and economic change.
LITTORAL 42, Lodge Mill Lane, Turn Village, Ramsbottom
BL0 0RW, UK
Tel/Fax: +44 (0)1706 827 961
e-mail:
littoral@btopenworld.com
Reg. Charitable Trust No. 1002365;
Pivate Limited Company No. 2526443





 

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Cultural Documents of Foot and Mouth conference and exhibition,  2006

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