Akademi South Asian Dance UK is recruiting new trustees to join the charity’s board as we approach our 40th anniversary in 2019. Akademi is the UK’s leading producer of South Asian dance, creating inspiring experiences for audiences and participants across London, the UK and beyond.
We are seeking exceptional individuals with strategic vision and a passion for the arts. We are particularly keen to hear from applicants with skills and experience in the following areas:
- PR, marketing and audience development
- Digital innovation
- Private sector fundraising and philanthropy
- Impact measurement and evaluation
- Arts in health and community settings
Candidates should be willing to commit to attending four board meetings per year, with additional committee and advisory work as appropriate.
Meetings are held in central or north London, usually at 6pm.
This is a voluntary role, but reasonable out-of-pocket expenses can be covered.
To find out more, download the Recruitment Pack. If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role, or require any further information, please contact Tim Foxon, Administrative Director (email@example.com or call 020 7691 3210).
Deadline for applications – Monday 19 February 2018 at noon.
About Akademi South Asian Dance UK
Akademi has led the way in bringing South Asian dance to mainstream attention since 1979.
Approaching our 40th anniversary, we are embarking on an ambitious programme of strategic development
that will see us enhance our position as the UK’s leading producer of South Asian dance, build strong talent pathways for the next generation of dancers and choreographers and place inspirational learning and participation programmes at the heart of our work.
Our artistic outlook is progressive, inquisitive, and truly diverse. We aim to challenge public perceptions and stereotypes of Indian dance through risk-taking creativity.
We are passionate about taking our work to disadvantaged communities and those who may never have experienced live dance performance. We also serve the growing South Asian community in London – the capital’s second largest minority population – offering meaningful connection with Indian cultural traditions in a cosmopolitan British context.