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Neurodiverse arts charity ‘Project Art Works’ seeks new Trustee – law expertise welcomed

Neurodiverse arts charity ‘Project Art Works’ seeks new Trustee – law expertise welcomed

Closing Date
1 October 2021
Location
Hastings
Time Commitment
Please enquire on application

Project Art Works is a collective of neurodiverse artists and activists. Our programmes evolve through creative practice and radiate out to awareness raising in the cultural and care sectors, promoting more diverse representation in programming and relevancy for audiences. We disseminate the work of neurodivergent artists and makers through a wide range of projects, exhibitions, co-commissions, films, publications and digital platforms, increasing neurodiverse representation in programming, and deepening understanding and visibility.

Our approach

From our studio base in Hastings and in temporary studio set-ups during off-site projects and workshops, we facilitate personalised creative pathways for artists and makers. The studio spaces are without hierarchy where events and happenings unfold, and artists work together in purposeful collaboration using total communication. Gesture, sound, signing and empathy allow for more expansive and freeing forms of connection.

We are looking for a Trustee who is committed to rights and representation of disabled people in culture and society. You could have experience in marketing and communications, HR, law, or health and social care. This is a voluntary, unpaid position.

As a Trustee you will attend quarterly board meetings, reading board papers in advance.

As an organisation working towards greater inclusion, we particularly welcome applications from under-represented groups (people of colour, LGBTQ+, economically disadvantaged people).

 

Please click here for application details.

Project Art Works website