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Scottish Ensemble
This is a non-remunerated role, though meeting and travel expenses are covered.
Bankside Gallery
Volunteer Trustee
This is an unpaid post.
MILKandLEAD Art Gallery
Unpaid (expenses not covered)
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Glasgow, Glasgow City
This is a non-remunerated role, though meeting and travel expenses are covered.
Job description

Scottish Ensemble seeks to appoint two new Trustees.

The UK’s leading string orchestra, Scottish Ensemble (SE) is renowned across the world for ambitious cross-artform productions which attract new audiences to the classical music genre, and invigorate the repertoire with theatrical, visually-stimulating story-telling. Collaborations with composers (including Anna Meredith and Valgeir Sigurdsson), theatre companies Vanishing Point and Untitled Projects, Swedish contemporary dance company Andersson Dance, visual artist Toby Paterson and many others have seen the company captivate audiences and generate both public and critical acclaim across Scotland, as well as through regular performances in London and across the globe. Since 2018 SE has performed at the Kennedy Center, Washington D.C; Barbican Centre, London; Shanghai International Arts Festival; and in numerous festivals and venues across Europe.

SE’s work on stage is supported by a broad-ranging programme of creative learning and community engagement, which has included partnerships with Maggie’s Centres, networks supporting refugees and New Scots, and schools across Scotland.

Having just completed its 50th anniversary season, SE is now looking ahead to continued innovation and model development, despite the difficult backdrop faced by the arts sector today.

SE draws on expertise from a highly-engaged, collaborative board to further the organisation’s strategic position and reputation. From a strong financial footing, and as a Creative Scotland Regularly Funded Organisation, SE is able to make ambitious plans to ensure it retains its position as a leader in the sector. The appointment of two new Trustees will help SE on this path.

The Trustees are particularly keen to hear from candidates with experience in the digital/technology sectors, public policy (particularly in the areas of arts and culture; health and well-being; and equalities, diversity and inclusion), and fundraising/philanthropy.

Local, national and international interest is invited. An interest in classical music and/or the performing arts and previous board-level experience is required. Time served within innovation-focused, evolving organisations is particularly relevant.

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Board Recruitment 2020 (.pdf)
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Posted on: 07 July 2020
Closing date: 27 July 2020
Tags: Trustees,Governance
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