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Turner Contemporary is seeking up to four highly skilled and committed individuals to join the Board of Trustees.
By joining the Board of Trustees at Turner Contemporary you can make a difference to local communities, shape and manage the continued development of an arts organisation and meet and work with other talented, motivated and inspiring people. You will also have the chance to inspire and enrich your own life personally and professionally through your experiences with Turner Contemporary’s work.
The gallery are particularly looking for individuals with fundraising, commercial, marketing and PR, legal and property expertise as well as a passion for the visual arts, social change and regeneration.
Since opening in 2011, Turner Contemporary has become one of the leading UK galleries, attracting more than 2.3million visits. Through its ambitious exhibition and learning programmes, Turner Contemporary seeks to pioneer change by making the arts more vital and connected to everyday life.
The gallery has led the regeneration of Margate and delivered over £50million for the local economy. It was recently hailed as the “posterchild for arts-led regeneration” by Rt Hon Matthew Hancock MP, Minister of State for Digital and Culture.
Apply online to be part of Turner Contemporary’s exciting new developments.
Victoria Pomery OBE, Director of Turner Contemporary says:
“Our trustees are a vital part of Turner Contemporary – they shape and oversee its continued development and work to pave the way for a sustainable future. As we embark on a number of ambitious projects and new developments, it’s an exciting time to be part of the organisation.”
Clive Stevens, Chair of Turner Contemporary says:
“After nearly 6 successful years of operation, Turner Contemporary has delivered an unprecedented social and economic impact for Margate. We’re looking for talented, passionate individuals to be part of creating future milestones and success stories with the expertise to help ensure that the gallery is sustainable for future generations.”