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Wysing Arts Centre is a progressive arts organisation that develops new ways to support artists and enable art and ideas to reach a wide range of people in unexpected ways. Through its innovative work, Wysing influences the development of the visual arts sector in the UK, Europe and, increasingly, the wider world.

Wysing has enjoyed a period of sustained growth over the past ten years: delivering capital and infrastructure improvements; securing inclusion into Arts Council England’s National Portfolio; and establishing strong partnerships including with the Plus Tate network. 

We are seeking an individual who, though not necessarily a visual arts specialist, is passionate about art and culture and who will work to ensure that Wysing’s visibility as a unique site of art production and experimentation is understood and appreciated nationally and internationally. Deadline for expressions of interest 8 May.

Download a PDF of the Recruitment Information here.

Chair of the Board of Trustees

The Deputy Director works closely with the Director to strategically shape and develop Wysing Arts Centre, leading on all aspects of the day to day operations of the organisation including site and resource management, administration, financial management and compliance, staffing and HR, business development and board engagement. The successful applicant will have at least five years’ experience in a similar senior role, preferably within the arts.

The Deputy Director is a new position that reflects the future ambitions of Wysing in delivering ambitious new activity onsite and within national and international partnerships. The role has been developed following the decision of the current Operations Director to move on from the organisation following eight successful years in post. Deadline for applications 28 May.

Download a PDF of the Recruitment Pack here.
Apply here.

Deputy Director

We are seeking a Children and Young People’s Programme Manager (Maternity Cover) to build on the achievements of recent years that have led to new programmes and opportunities developed with and for children and young people.

The Children and Young People’s Programme Manager (Maternity Cover) develops and manages high quality, innovative programmes that support children and young people to develop their creative potential, artistic understanding, critical engagement, and their enjoyment of art. Working with a range of partners including schools, colleges, peer arts organisations, youth organisations and families, the post supports the development of new audiences for art as well as the artists of the future. Deadline for applications 28 May.

Download a PDF of the Recruitment Pack here.
Apply here.

Children and Young People’s Programme