Hannah LambertHannah has been project managing the Get Creative campaign since its launch in 2015, championing the everyday creativity that happens in homes and public spaces across the UK. She works in close collaboration with all involved stakeholders to enable individuals and organisations to feel ownership of Get Creative and ensure that they can easily engage with it. She also works as a Producer on Fun Palaces, a campaign for culture by, for and with all – with a firm belief that community belongs at the core of all culture – and an annual weekend of events, where arts, crafts, science, tech and digital are a catalyst for community engagement and full participation for everyone, from the grassroots up.

Hannah is a keen cook, reader and traveller, living in India from 2008-11 working in event management and for several theatre production companies in Mumbai. In the UK she has worked on numerous events including the London Indian Film Festival and curating the Fiction Tent at Wilderness Festival. More recent freelance work has included workshop delivery for the 2016 Gulbenkian Inquiry into the Civic Role of Arts Organisations and with creative consultancy Bird & Gorton on the development of a 10-year Cultural Statement and Framework for Nottingham. She loves meeting new people and finding out about their stories and secret skills. Twitter: @HannahMLambert