The Board of Birmingham Big Art Foundation (Birmingham Big Art Project) is seeking to appoint two new Trustees to join the board and help the charity achieve its mission of creating a landmark public artwork made with and for Birmingham through the production of Susan Philipsz’ ‘Station Clock’.

We are particularly seeking trustees who have:

• Specialist experience in fundraising, crowd-funding and partnership working

• Connections to communities across Birmingham

• Specialist experience in the production and/or promotion of large-scale contemporary music, arts and cultural events

This is a voluntary role; trustees are required to contribute the equivalent of up to half a day per month of their time to the project. This comprises attending three Board meetings annually, an AGM and other sub-committees as necessary.

Birmingham Big Art Foundation is committed to diversity and inclusion. We actively seek board members to reflect a multitude of experiences and backgrounds. We particularly encourage applications from BAME and LGBTQ+ candidates, people with a disability and people under the age of 40.

We hope that you feel that you have the enthusiasm and expertise to contribute to the success of Birmingham Big Art Project.

Applications Due: Noon, Friday 31 January 2020

For more information and how to apply, please download the application pack here

Start Date

20th January 2020

Closing Date

31st January 2020