Annie Attridge - The Divine and The Mortal

Courtesy the Artist. Photo: Matthew Booth.

Laura White - White Mud (work in progress)

Meadow Arts commission 2018 for The Precious Clay.

Edmund de Waal - In Time II

Courtesy the Artist and Gagosian Gallery. Photo: Mike Bruce.

Jessica Harrison - Painted Lady 14

Courtesy the Artist and University of Edinburgh Photo: Chris Park.

Rachel Kneebone - Narcissus

Courtesy the Artist and White Cube Photo: Ben Westoby.

Bouke de Vries - Worcester Teapot with Butterflies

2018, courtesy the artist.

Meadow Arts Trustee

Meadow Arts bring unique contemporary art projects to places where art is not usually shown, supporting artists by commissioning new work and creating inspiring events and exhibitions.

Specialising in contemporary visual art, we are an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation, operating across the West Midlands, predominantly in the rural counties of Shropshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire.

We deliver one main exhibition annually in response to a theme, plus a variety of ongoing and innovative Meadow Projects, and an in-school art-education programme called Meadow Arts Inspires. We do not have a venue of our own and instead work in collaboration with a wide range of regional partners to create high-quality arts projects in unusual places, from libraries and museums to country parks, cathedrals, and open access public spaces.

Meadow Arts are a small team of 5 part-time staff, with an office based in Ludlow. We are currently seeking to recruit two Trustee positions:

Treasurer: a person with financial management experience to replace our out-going Treasurer who has supported the company since 2008. Specific skills in overseeing approval of management accounts, cash flow spreadsheets and the company annual return.

The Board attend quarterly meetings (March, June, September and December) and meeting venues rotate so that each year one meeting is hosted in London, Birmingham, Ludlow and at the venue of our main exhibition (in 2019 that will be Witley Court, Worcestershire). Meetings usually last two hours and travel expenses are remunerated.

For further information or enquires please email Assistant Director Clare Purcell