Join our HOME Futures Panel!

HOME is home to a wide range of users and stakeholders – from audiences to artists, volunteers to workshop participants. We want to ensure that all these voices are reflected in our future plans. If you are passionate about the future of arts and culture, and would like to help shape the strategy for HOME, then we would love to hear from you.

The HOME Future Panel will come together for three sessions over zoom. We will introduce our strategic planning to date and most importantly, this will be an opportunity for you to feed your ideas in to the Executive Team. We want to know what HOME means to you, and get your thoughts on where we should be headed in the future.

The zoom sessions will take place on the following dates:

Welcome session for all panellists:

  • Monday 15 February 7 – 8.30pm

We will then split the panel into three groups, who will come together for a further two workshops:

Group 1

  • Thursday 18 February 7 – 8pm
  • Thursday 25 February 7 – 8pm

Group 2

  • Friday 19 February 11am – 12pm
  • Friday 26 February 11am – 12pm

Group 3

  • Friday 19 February 4.30 – 5.30pm
  • Friday 26 February 4.30 – 5.30pm

You must be available to attend the welcome session and both sessions for at least one of the groups in order to apply. You will be asked to indicate your availability on the application form.

We will be offering an honorarium to all panelists.

If you are interested in applying, please click here to complete the application form. Closing date for all applications is Thursday 4 February 12pm.

If you are Deaf and require a video call with us and a BSL interpreter, please contact us by email at

The application form supports VoiceOVer and TalkBack screen readers, for those who are blind or partially-sighted.

For any questions, or if you have other access requirements, please email

If you are unable or do not wish to join the panel sessions, but would like to provide some feedback, then you can complete the form and leave the first section blank – this will record your comments anonymously.