Become a member of our Board of Trustees

The role is voluntary and involves quarterly board meetings.

We are keen hear epxressions of interest from enthusiastic and experienced professionals to join our Board of Trustees to help develop and support our work. We are especially interested in those with particular skills and experience in the following areas:

Human Resources
Capital Projects
Company Secretary

If you think you can make a positive difference to our organisation and would like to express interest in joining the Board of Trustees, please complete the equal opportunities monitoring form and send along with your CV and covering letter indicating why you are interested in working with Milton Keynes Arts Centre and which of the above skills you feel you can offer.

How to apply
Please arrange for CV, covering letter and Equal Opportunities monitoring form to be sent to

Milton Keynes Arts Centre is a multidisciplinary arts centre set in the historic grounds of Great Linford Manor Park. We present a programme of exhibitions, live events and educational activities inspired by craft, design and the visual arts. We provide artists with access to specialist resources and the space to explore new ideas, often developed in tandem with our communities.

Our main site is located two miles from central Milton Keynes, set within the impressive grounds of Great Linford Manor Park beside the Grand Union Canal. We have a gallery set in a 17th-century barn, reimagined by architects Manalo & White; studio spaces housed in historic almshouses, pavilions and school house along with specialist workshop facilities including ceramics and silversmithing.

Our year-round programme of exhibitions, workshops and events attracts over 20,000 visitors a year. We offer a safe and supportive environment for our diverse communities to work together and learn together, exchanging skills and knowledge, opening up new avenues to further learning and employment. Our annual fundraising auction has attracted works from artists including Rose Wylie, Jeremy Deller, and Gary Hume, while recent projects include a summer pavilion, designed and built by architects Studio Weave in collaboration with local families. Our expanding programme reflects an ambition to become a vital resource for the local community as well as to establish a national reputation within the UK visual arts sector.

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Milton Keynes Arts Centre
Milton Keynes
MK14 5DZ

+44 (0)1908 608108

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday
Free entry

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