ABOUT MEGALO PRINT STUDIO AND GALLERY
Megalo provides print studio facilities and programs, tuition and a gallery for Megalo members, the general community and artists working across etching, lithography, relief printing and screen printing. Megalo is part of an international network of print studios, which recognises and champions the relevance of printmaking as a democratic and accessible art form, as demonstrated by the diversity and high quality of its artistic programs. Megalo’s exhibitions are of the highest quality and attract strong attendance and critical praise. The Megalo Print Emporium – an onsite and online shop - launched in 2017. The first Megalo International Print Prize exhibition launches this year.
Megalo has six permanent part time staff. The organisation runs public programs for beginners through to Master classes and offers an annual, renowned artist in residence program that is available to local, national and international artists. Megalo regularly works on the production of significant print commissions for national institutions and artists. Megalo maintains a strong social inclusion program. From its inception in 1980, Megalo has strengthened and improved its core business of providing professional open access printmaking facilities for the community. Megalo retains a Board of up to 10 members working under the Megalo Constitution. Megalo is a registered association in the ACT and its financial year is a calendar year with the AGM held around May.
CALL FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
MEGALO PRINT STUDIO + GALLERY BOARD
Megalo is a member-based, community access printmaking workshop and gallery. Now almost 40 years old, Megalo is a vibrant and growing Key Arts Organisation in the ACT and a registered charity. Megalo is seeking motivated professionals with an interest in printmaking and the arts to express interest for any vacancies that may arise on the Board or its Sub-Committees in 2019.
Megalo is currently seeking potential new Board Members with skills and experience in marketing, media, fundraising, business, human resources, governance, printmaking practice, or education. If you believe you would bring other skills to the board as a highly motivated and committed board member, please do not hesitate to apply. Previous board experience is not required. The Megalo Board meets bimonthly. Board committees and working groups meet in the interim. Megalo Board members are required to attend exhibition openings and events throughout the year and are strongly encouraged to complete a Megalo class.
Email a one-page letter expressing your interest, a current CV and contact details for one referee to firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business on Monday 25 March 2019. Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply. Call Penny Grist 0412 599 488 or email email@example.com if you have any questions.