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 The Guild of Media Arts  is managed by the Court.

 

Our meetings take place every two months and are chaired by the Master. Other members are the Deputy Master, the Treasurer and Clerk. The Clerk is the administrator of the Guild and ensures its smooth operation together with a number of other Court members each of whom is responsible for current activities and projects, from membership services and events planning to communications.

 

Court members are appointed for two years at a time, with appointments being put to the General Meeting of the Guild in December each year. Co-options can be made at any time of the year.

 View current vacancies and apply via the application form

 
 

 LEADERSHIP 

ANN GURNELL

2018-2020

 

MASTER OF THE GUILD

Ideas Group

CHRIS BAILEY

2018 - 2020

CLERK

Freelance Consultant

(2014 - 2016 Master)

DEPUTY

2020 - 2022

View vacancies for info

TREASURER

2020 - 2022

View vacancies for info

 

 ADVISORY 

MAT LAZENBY

2018-2020

 

Lazenby Brown

(2016 - 2018 Master)

RACHAEL NORTON-DREW

2018-2020

 

Festival & Company Manager

York Mediale

PROFESSOR DAMIAN MURPHY

2018-2020

BSc (Hons), MSc, DPhil

University of York

BEN PUGH

2018-2020

 

Freelance

Producer

 

OLIVIA CHATTEN

2020-2022

 

York Science Park

 COMMS 

LOUISA SEYMOUR

2018-2020

 

Freelance

Senior Marketing Specialist

MIKE LEIGH COOPER

2018-2020

 

Partner

InkBlot Films

JAMES AFSHAR DODSON

2018-2020

 

Director

Terra_Bytes Pop Up VR

CHRIS BROOKE

2018-2020

 

Director

Rolling Snowballs

 

 CURRENT VACANCIES 

We are looking for new members to join the Court of the Guild. You must be a Guild member, be willing to attend the Court meetings and Guild events that take place during the year, and be ready to contribute to the work of the Guild.


Court members normally serve for a term of two years. Members may be co-opted by the Court during the year. Applications to join the Court are considered by the Court and put to the Guild in General Meetings.

 GUILD MASTER 

Guild Master, 2020 - 2022

30th November 2019

Voluntary

Approx 5-10 hours per month

 DEPUTY MASTER 

Deputy Master, 2020 - 2022

30th November 2019

Voluntary

Approx 5-10 hours per month

 TREASURER 

Guild Court: Treasurer, 2019 - 2021

Ongoing

Voluntary
Approx 2-5 hours per month

 COMMS TEAM 

Comms Team Members

30th November 2019

Voluntary
2-5 hours per month

 

 Guild Master 

 2020 - 2022 

To role of the master is to chair Guild and Court Meetings and represent the Guild in all that we do as a key representative.

Working with the Clerk and other court members, the Master of the Guild plays a leading role in advancing the Guild of Media Arts locally, regionally and nationally through our links with the UNESCO designation as a City of Media Arts.

 

The role of Master is partly ceremonial and partly practical and can require a commitment to a small calendar of events that support our position as one of many Guilds in the City of York.

Commitment: Estimated 4 - 8 hours per month

Desired: Experienced working within the creative sector in leadership roles, working with teams and delegating tasks.

Required: Confident personality comfortable with occasional public speaking.

Deadline: 30 November 2019
Apply: via application form.
 

 Deputy Master 

 2020 - 2022 

The role of Deputy Master is to act in place of the Master when required.

The deputy may also support the requirements of the Master, Clerk, Administrator and the court if required: assisting with responsibilities such as the monitoring of the emails and liaising with UNESCO.

Commitment: Estimated 4 - 8 hours per month.

Desired: Experienced working within the creative sector in leadership support roles, working with teams and delegating tasks.

Required: Flexible to demands of the court, able to take on leadership when required and provide supporting role at other times .

Deadline: 30 November 2019.
Apply: via application form.
 

 Guild Court: Comms 

 2020 - 2022 

The Guild Comms team work closely to keep members and external audiences fully informed of the work of the Guild at all times including commissioning the print and online materials to maintain the profile of the Guild.

Commitment: Estimated 2 - 4 hours per month.

Desired: Delivery of communications plans, press releases and journalism skills, writing, photography and design skills.

Required: Knowledge of newsletter build & delivery, social media skills.

 

Deadline: 30 November 2019.

Apply: via application form.

 Guild Court: Treasurer 

 2020 - 2022 

The Treasurer is a member of the Guild’s governing body, the Court. All Court members serve in a voluntary capacity, with the support of a part-time Guild administrator. The Treasurer reports to each bi-monthly meeting on subscriptions and finances and is responsible for producing the statutory returns each year.

S/he manages the finances of the Guild. The annual turnover is approximately £5000, composed mainly of subscriptions and grants.
Candidates should have an accountancy qualification and some experience of managing the finances of small charitable organisations.

 

Commitment: Estimated 4 - 6 hours per month.

Desired: Knowledge of the not-for-profit context and an accounts background or experience.

Required: In line with not-for-profit organisations, our accounts have to be reported on appropriately.

 

Deadline: Ongoing.

Apply: via application form.

 
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