Prism Arts warmly welcomes two new trustees, Tracy Hayes and Jennifer Gilbert, to the team as we look forward to 2023.
Tracy Hayes has 20 years of experience working professionally within communities and youth sectors, and is currently a Senior Lecturer in the School of Education at Plymouth Marjon University in Devon. Tracy worked closely with Prism Arts previously to develop and support Picture of Me, a series of free, multi-disciplinary workshops to widen inclusive art access across our local area. Tracy has also volunteered with Prism Arts in the past, supporting our artists in session. “I am delighted to be able to continue supporting the work of Prism Arts through my new role as Trustee”, Tracy said of this new collaboration. Learn more from Tracey about her work on Tracy’s meet the team page.
Jennifer Gilbert is a Manchester-based gallerist, freelance producer, and curator, working with self-taught, disabled, neurodivergent, Deaf and overlooked artists. Jennifer recently collaborated with Prism Artist Jyma during their SHIFT Conversations interview, a project launched by Jennifer to amplify the voices of artists facing barriers. Learn more from Jennifer about her work on Jennifer’s meet the team page.
Interested in becoming a Trustee yourself?
Charity trustees are volunteers who share responsibility for governing a charity and directing how it is managed and run.
Prism Arts are continually looking to recruit a diverse range of trustees to our board, with a particular focus on those who have lived experience of disability/ diversity, who are passionate about their community and who want to make change.
If this sounds like you, consider applying to be a Prism Arts Trustee! Learn more on our Trustee Recruitment Page.