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The Board of Trustees set the strategy for the charity, oversee the governance of the organisation, manages risk and ensures its stated charitable goals are met. In addition to their board duties, individual trustees often provide their specific skills on a voluntary basis to assist in the operation of the organisation.


Gordon Wright – Chairman

Barry Hargrave – Treasurer

Fiona Warrender – Secretary

Craig Pagett

Maddie Smallwood

A copy of our constitution or minutes of our AGM are available on request to 



Strathearn Artspace (known as Strathearn Arts) is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO SC044319), which was entered into the Scottish Charity Register on 14th October 2013. Its broad charitable purposes are to support the arts with Strathearn through promotion, education, community engagement and the provision of a sustainable arts centre based in Crieff. We present a diverse and growing programme of artistic and cultural events and exhibitions at our main base on Comrie Street, as well as supporting events in other venues throughout Strathearn. In the past year, we have hosted concerts, theatre, ceilidhs, folk club, tea dances, comedy, visual art exhibitions, a pop-up museum, author readings/recitals and a cinema. At our heart, we are a community-based project whose aim is to support local artists and creatives in a variety of ways, and to promote Strathearn as a cultural hub within the Scottish arts context.


The charity has a board of trustees, who are jointly responsible for running the SCIO and managing its assets.  Our members take an active interest in and support the aims of the organisation.  


Its purposes are:

•  The provision of recreational facilities to create and run a sustainable arts centre for the residents of Crieff and Strathearn and the wider community to improve their conditions of life through participation and enjoyment of the creative arts.


•  To promote and advance the arts, culture and heritage to residents and other people who visit our community by providing opportunities to participate in artistic, cultural and creative endeavours.


•  To advance the education of the public through the promotion of the appreciation of and participation in the arts and through the provision of training and education in arts, heritage and culture.


•  To advance community development by encouraging the residents to actively participate in making decisions relating to local cultural issues.

A copy of our constitution or minutes of our AGM are available on request to

Interested in joining us?

You can apply to become a member of Strathearn Artspace SCIO (known as Strathearn Arts).  Simply email for an application form or pop into our box office at 2 Comrie Street, Tues - Sat10am-4pm.


We currently have vacancies for three trustees as defined by our constitution. If you would like to find out more about the trustee role, please contact our Chair,  If you would like to support the Arts in Strathearn in other ways, we are always looking for volunteers with a wide range of skills and experience.  

To find our how you can get involved, contact 

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