Contract:   Salaried, Full time, (project funded December 2021 with potential for renewal).
Salary:   £43-48k  (dependent on experience)
Place of Work:  It is expected that the postholder will work in the HOME office in Slough with some flexibility
Working pattern:  Some unsocial hours incl. evenings and weekends
Probationary Period:   3 months
Benefits:  5% Pension
Holiday:  25 days p.a.

HOME Slough needs an exciting, well-connected creative leader to be an integral part of the cultural change in Slough.  HOME Slough is one of 21 Creative People & Places (CPP) projects funded by Arts Council England, it is a national initiative that aims to increase the number of people choosing, creating and taking part in brilliant art experiences in the places where they live, particularly where evidence shows that people are less involved in arts and cultural activities than elsewhere in England.

You will be a leader able to influence and instigate long term change in Slough.  You will be able to work across the arts, public and private sector, have a well founded knowledge of artists working across the UK today, be driven by diversity and have a passion for involving communities in the creation and curation of their own cultural offer.  This role provides the opportunity to use your creative and business skills to their full capacity.  We are seeking a Director who can see the enormous potential that exists in Slough, this may be your first Director role but you have vision and experience of making change happen.

Application submission to: Ramesh Kukar, Chief Executive, Slough CVS at 

Deadline: 9am, 9th August 2019

Interviews: week commencing 26th August 2019

For an informal discussion please contact Marina Norris, Interim Director,

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HOME Slough – Equal Opps monitoring form





HOME Slough is offering three £850 commissions to support creative activities in Slough, giving more residents the chance to get creative. To get the wider community supporting this creativity in Slough up to 5 shortlisted applicants will be asked to present a pitch to an encouraging local audience who will vote to decide who should be awarded the final three commissions.

The final pitch event will be take place on Saturday 21st September 2019 at the Home on the High Street shop at 7.00pm with bowls of fresh hot soup provided by the HOME community team. Booking details available from August. This is your group’s chance to develop a current creative activity you’re running with artists or develop a completely new idea. You could receive £850 to support a one off events, regular workshops or contribute towards a performance.

Please submit your application either by email to or post to Home Slough, 29 Church Street, Slough, Berkshire, SL1 1PL.

Closing date: Monday 5th August 2019

For more information or questions about the commission please email or phone 01753 571 093.

HOME Grown commission Information



Can you rock n roll or jazz up a blue Saturday night?  We’re looking for Slough based musicians, bands, singers and performers for a HOME Slough Souper Creatives Community Event on Saturday 21st September 2019, 6 to 11pm at Home on the High Street. This is paid gig. You’ll be performing around 20 minutes and end of evening set. Food and beverages will be served throughout.

Interested? Please send us a sample of your work, audio, video, links to websites and your fee to

Venue: Home on High Street, 43 -45 Observatory Shopping Centre, Slough, Berks, SL1 1SE.

For more information and questions please email  or telephone call on 01753 571 093.

Closing date 31st July 2019



Over the next year there will be opportunities for artists to run family workshops at HOME on the High Street.  We are interested in hearing from professional artists with different skills from paper-cutting to lantern making to knitting who will enjoy devising and leading workshops for families in Slough.

We are based in the heart of this multi-cultural town, and looking for workshops that bring families together, they could be responsive to the ideas of home or high streets (or re-imagining high streets), or more generic.

We will keep the information of all those we hear from and get in touch if and when we have an available opportunity.  Artists will need to have an enhanced DBS check in place to apply.

If you are interested please e-mail your CV to and the types of workshops you would be interested in offering, including your daily rates/fees for the workshops proposed.



HOME Slough, thanks to support from Slough Borough Council, has a HOME on the High Street. We have a temporary space on the High Street that we want to share with local amateur and professional artists and creative community groups in Slough.

If you are interested in accessing the space we would love to hear from you.  We are particularly keen to hear from organisations who offer creative activities that bring families together and groups that reflect the cultural diversity of Slough.

Please download a proposal form and terms & conditions, complete and send to

Let’s make a creative HOME on the High Street.

HOME on the High Street – brief (1) (1)
HOME on the High Street – booking proposal form (1)
HOME on the High Street community booking – Terms and Conditions – PDF



Every two months we hold an Slough Arts Forum to hear about what the artistic community in Slough have been doing or are planning to do.

Get together, catch up & join in with creative-minded Slough based people!

Visit our What’s On page to find our next event.