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Andrew Dineley


Andrew has worked with the health, education and charity sectors, designing many acclaimed and award winning public health campaigns, including Liverpool’s first HIV/AIDS materials during the 1980s, when he was employed by the NHS.

The AIDS crisis of the 1980s also sparked his involvement in local activism. He attended his first demo in Manchester and helped with the design for a Section 28 protest in Liverpool.

He has designed for various organisations - from local NHS Trusts, to Barnardos, The National AIDS Trust, World Health Organisation and many others. He now writes about design and runs his own creative studio in Liverpool. In 2014 he undertook the art direction and design of the Now+then HIV heritage project with Sahir House at the Museum of Liverpool and Liverpool Central Library, which chronicled an important, previously unexplored three decades of HIV campaigning, care and education in Merseyside.
  • Gender
  • Relationship
    Artist/maker, Associated Person
  • Nationality
    British: English
  • Born
  • Place of birth
    Europe: Northern Europe: UK: England: Merseyside: Liverpool
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