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Great art from great relationships
Our work is underpinned by the idea of membership and belonging. To support the making of our work we have a Board of Trustees, a team of artist collaborators and many volunteers who will feature on this page very soon.
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Redmond is an ICAEW chartered accountant who currently works as a consultant. He has previous experience providing audit and accounting services to companies in London and Hong Kong. During his time in Hong Kong he witnessed first hand the importance of arts and culture in creating inclusive communities…
Rosaline was one of the original members of Meet Me at the Albany when it started in 2013. She is glad to have found such a unique space for the over 60’s. Rosaline joined the board in 2021 as she wants to use her experience as an older person and women of colour in the community to inform the direction taken by the organisation.
Donell is a writer and director from Lewisham and recent film graduate. He has been making films from a young age and is a fan of stories in all mediums. Donell is currently working in video production whilst developing his next short film project.
Peter Jarman is a Partner and Data Director with the Estates and Infrastructure Exchange. Peter shares a rich history with Entelechy Arts spanning nearly 30 years originating with the Rotherhithe Theatre Workshop…
Paul Cann – Chair
Formerly a Chief Executive of Age UK, Oxfordshire Paul was one of the driving forces behind the creation of The Age of Creativity and a founding partner of the Campaign to End Loneliness…
James is Senior Advisor, External Affairs and Policy at Southbank Centre having been Head of Arts at the Department for Digital, Culture Media and Sport. He became a Board member in December 2018…
Kurban has been a Board member since 2014 and is a long-standing artist collaborator on many of our projects…
Louisa is currently the Programme Producer for Fevered Sleep and joined the Entelechy Arts board in 2017 to support their urgent and innovative work with historically marginalised individuals and groups…