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BECOME A BOARD MEMBER

We are seeking a board member who can bring a fresh, enthusiastic and active approach to voluntary work with a small well-respected charity. 

Founded in 1981, Seacourt operates an open access printmaking studio, the printmaking family includes master printmakers, multidisciplinary artists, visiting artists, amateurs who experiment with art making, children and young people exploring creativity, those with mental health and disability who print to improve their wellbeing.

We are seeking an external Board member to take on the role of Honorary Treasurer so that we can continue to enrich and enhance our Board as we work to meet the challenges of ensuring good governance. 

If you have a background in Finance, Accountancy or Audit and an interest in supporting the arts and promoting wellbeing we would like you to consider applying to join Seacourt’s Board of Directors.

Please download the application pack here:

For more information or to arrange to speak with our Director, Emma Drury please email emmadrury@seacourt-ni.org.uk or visit www.seacourt-ni.org.uk

The deadline for applications has been extended to Monday 19th April at 5pm.

Our Board of Directors is made up of members who want to play a role in Seacourt’s growth and development. They come from a range of backgrounds including law and education. 

If you would like to read some background information about our current board of directors, please click the link below: 

Creative Peninsula 2022

Seacourt are hosting several events as part of creative peninsula 2022, including; family printmaking workshops, cyanotype, letterpress and much more..

Printmaking Courses Spring 2022

Join Seacourt Print Workshop this Spring for a full programme of printmaking courses including screen printing, salt etch, traditional etching, mono printing and many more…

With Heart and Hand

In spring 2021, Northern Ireland Screen’s Digital Film Archive commissioned six artists from Seacourt Print Workshop in Bangor to make a creative response to With Heart and Hand, a UTV programme made in 1966 to commemorate the Battle of the Somme.

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