H.A.I.R: Heritage, Attitude, Identity, Respect

Date: February 5, 2014 Category:

H.A.I.R is a Heritage Lottery Funded Project that digitally documents the memories and stories of Liverpool’s black barbers and hairdressing salons. This project will train 12 young people in digital arts as well as give them the skills to exhibit their work publicly. Brouhaha is looking for memories of your experience from black barbers and hair salons from across Liverpool. This will be part of a visual and digital exhibition in partnership with the Museum of Liverpool.

Brouhaha commissioned artists from across England to create large scale carnival work for the H.A.I.R. project. The following has been commissioned

African Origins
DESIGNER: Marina Popa
CHOREOGRAPHER: Maxine Brown
SPOKEN WORD ARTIST: Lina Sebuyange

Post Emancipation
DESIGNER: Mandy Baptista
CHOREOGRAPHER: Darren Suarez
SPOKEN WORD ARTIST: Dorcas Sebuyange

Civil Rights Era
DESIGNER: Ray Mahabir
CHOREOGRAPHER: Monique Learmond
SPOKEN WORD ARTIST: Daniel Sebuyange

Urban Contemporary
DESIGNER: Carl Gabriel
CHOREOGRAPHER: Miguel Doforo
SPOKEN WORD ARTIST: Khadeeja Amura

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