To be the local face of the Art Deco Society UK, organising in person events in your local area and providing local expertise to the Board to support communications and campaigns.
What does this role involve:
- Attend Reps meetings. These will be held 4 – 6 times a year (be held virtually on Zoom). Reps are also invited to attend board meetings.
- Organising in person events and meet ups. There will be a quarterly theme for events. Monthly online events will be organised by the board, and Reps are encouraged to arrange local, in person events to fit the theme. Ideas can be discussed at the Reps meetings
- Providing local information for social media/newsletter. Flag any local Art Deco events, news or exhibitions to the board or the Social Media co-ordinator for social media or the newsletter. If you have any trips or areas of interest/expertise, contribute short articles to the newsletter.
- Building relationships with local members. To be discussed – this would require an adjustment to data protection statement
Support Provided to Regional Reps:
- A Regional Reps co-ordinator will be appointed by the Board to support Regional Reps
- The co-ordinator will provide a breakdown of number and location of Members quarterly to assist in planning events.
- The Co-ordinator will organise and chair Rep meetings
- The co-ordinator and the rest of the board will provide support to Reps in organising events
Please email Lucy Jane Santos, Chair of ADSUK, for more information or to apply firstname.lastname@example.orgThis vacancy is ongoing with no deadline.See https://artdecosociety.uk/society-roles/ for current vacancies.
Call for expressions of interest: Art Deco Society UK Preservation Committee Members
The aim of the committee will be to support existing campaigns calling for the retention or restoration of notable UK buildings constructed between 1925 & 1950. We will also support listing applications and continue to compile a list of buildings at risk.
What does this role involve:
1. Attend meetings. These will be held 4 – 6 times a year (be held virtually on Zoom). Preservation Committee members are also invited to attend board meetings.
2. To work collaboratively with other societies including the C20 society to support campaigns (involving buildings within the ADSUK remit) and to share details/information of potential cases
3. To monitor cases within the ADSUK remit via public notification, social media and local, national and regional media – responding as appropriate
4. Where appropriate the ADSUK Preservation Committee members will liaise with local authorities and participate in any consultations
5. To compile and maintain a list of active campaigns and restorations on the ADSUK website
6. Discrete pieces of work as they arise: current projects include designing template emails for enquiries and a FAQ list.
Support Provided to the Preservation Committee
1. A Preservation Committee co-ordinator will be appointed by the Board to support the Preservation Committee
2. The Co-ordinator will organise and chair meetings
3. The co-ordinator and the rest of the board will provide support to the Preservation Committee
Please email Lucy Jane Santos, Chair of ADSUK, for more information or to apply email@example.com
This vacancy is ongoing with no deadline.