LUX is seeking a new locally based treasurer to join our board at its new location in Waterlow Park, Highgate.
LUX is a registered charity and not-for-profit company which supports and promotes visual artists working with the moving image. It builds on the legacy of its predecessor organisations, The Lux Centre, London Video Arts and the London Filmmakers Co-operative (which was based in nearby Primrose Hill) which was founded in 1966. LUX represents Europe’s largest collection of film and video works made by artists which it loans for exhibitions and screenings worldwide, in addition to this it organises its own exhibitions and events, supports artists, runs courses and commissions artists and research and is developing the Waterlow Park Centre as a new public space as well as its LUX Scotland office based in Glasgow. It is currently seeking accredited museum status and is a national portfolio organisation of Arts Council England.
We are seeking a new voluntary trustee with financial skills and experience to join our board as treasurer to support our Finance Manager. Ideally an accountant or a financial administrator who has worked at a senior level preferably with experience of charity-sector finance. This is an opportunity to work with the arts at the local level at an exciting time in LUX’s development. The board meets 4 times a year in the evenings.
We particularly welcome applicants with disabilities who are currently under-represented on our board.
If you are interested or would like to know more please contact Benjamin Cook, LUX Director at ben[at]lux.org.uk with your CV or by telephone on 020 3141 2965 before 1st July 2018.