Belfast Print Workshop seeks Board Members
Is your day-job missing a generous helping of colour or creativity? Are you feeling the need to give something back to the Arts you get so much enjoyment from yourself? Do you have skills that could make a difference outside of your day-to-day?
Belfast Print Workshop needs you!
We are seeking Board Members that are passionate about supporting the arts in Northern Ireland. With an interest in fine art printmaking and with a background in business or the public sector with professional skills and experience, by coming onto the Board you will be joining the charity at an exciting time as we look ahead to our future growth and development.
We are seeking individuals who have skills or experience in any of the following areas:
- Finance and accounting / Business
- Fundraising – Trusts and Foundations
- Grant writing
BPW is a charitable company limited by guarantee, established in 1977 to welcome artists interested in the practice and promotion of the art of printmaking. As a membership-focused atelier, BPW provides a fully equipped and purpose-built studio with year-round access for a capacity of 100 artists.
BPW offers an extensive programme of practical courses, alongside open studios and demonstrations, designed to enhance public knowledge, understanding and appreciation of printmaking. BPW also provides opportunities for residencies, exhibitions, skills and professional advancement, to support the income, wellbeing and livelihood of its artists and the communities they work with.
Please read further infomation on the studio in the documents below. If you feel you have relevant skills and/or experience and could make a positive contribution to the work of the Board of Directors, please complete the Expression of Interest Form and return it to the Directors email address at [email protected] by the deadline of 16 March 2020.
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|BPW_Expression_of_Interest_Board_Membership_Form Feb 20.docx||175.39 KB|
|BPW Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form Feb 20.docx||112.6 KB|