Seeking to appoint new Trustees

We are seeking to appoint new trustees to guide Cubitt’s operations and lead initiatives to strengthen Cubitt’s long-term sustainability. Trustees work together with cooperative members on the governing committees, offering a rewarding dynamic of collaboration where trustees’ contributions are greatly valued. We are interested in hearing from a diverse range of candidates, experience in arts management, legal, finance, property and fundraising would be particularly relevant.

Cubitt is an artist-led co-operative built on a belief in the value of art and artists in society. Cubitt enables contemporary visual arts practice to thrive as a critical, peer-led activity. This is achieved through the provision of co-operatively run studios in central London and unique development opportunities for curators interwoven with curatorial and artistic programmes, driven by an engagement with learning, participation and the social possibilities for art.

Cubitt is one of Arts Council England’s national portfolio organisations and is further supported through funding from foundations, grants, private donations and earned income from programme activities. The artists’ cooperative began Cubitt’s history in 1991 and it remains at the core of our structure and ethos today. Cooperative members inhabit the self-funded studios of Cubitt and continue to take active roles in the organisation’s governance and operations.

If you are interested, send a brief statement of your interest, experience and qualifications to us by email at [email protected].

Closing date: 8 June 2020

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Please note that Cubitt cannot accept unsolicited job applications, CVs or exhibition submissions.