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Board Members for PhotoIreland

PhotoIreland seeks expressions of interest from individuals to join its Board Of Directors to act as trustees as the organisation becomes a charity and expands its operations

Throughout the last 15 years, PhotoIreland became a key constituent of the Visual Arts in Ireland, offering from Dublin an annual festival dedicated to Photography, running a cultural hub in buzzing Temple Bar, and developing constructive channels with a strong network of organisations worldwide. Through these networks, PhotoIreland has created cultural exchanges internationally, promoting relentlessly the works of Irish artists around the world, actively seeking to be present in key festivals, fairs, and being the main voice for contemporary photography from Ireland. Indeed, it is not per chance PhotoIreland is the only Irish organisation invited as founding member to key international projects such as Parallel Platform and Futures Photography and is already a member of 3 EU co-funded projects. Alongside this work, the organisation runs The Library Project, Ireland’s Art bookshop, stocking local and international publications presented alongside exhibitions and events in its productive gallery space.

You can read more about the new and exciting changes coming to the organisation in this recent announcement.  

PhotoIreland is undergoing major changes that evidence its continuous ambition and strong position in the Irish cultural landscape. The most substantial change sees the organisation currently in the process of becoming a charity. To aid this transformation, the organisation seeks expressions of interest from individuals that can contribute to and inform its operations with their experience and expertise in fundraising and development, charity governance, and cultural policy, as much as in Irish Law. (The list of "required skills" in BoardMatch represents some of these areas we seek to cover)

The Board meets a minimum of 4 times a year at the headquarters in The Library Project, Temple Bar, and individuals must be able to commit to both the timeframes and location.

Interested individuals should submit a expression of interest alongside a CV to before midnight 21 June 2024. We welcome any queries and remain at your disposal for any clarifications by phone at +353876856169

Board Members for PhotoIreland

Published on 31.05.2024

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