Robert Faulkner, Chair
Rob studied History of Art at school and this has provided him with an appreciation of art and design which has helped him in his professional life. He has been running his own web design and marketing business (Datadial.net) for twenty years, and is a part time ceramicist and sculptor. Rob has been a trustee of Art History Link-Up since the charity was founded in 2017.
Daniel Whitelock, Secretary
Daniel is a City lawyer with broad experience across corporate and commercial transactions. Prior to law, Daniel gained degrees in English and in Renaissance Literature, and his interest in improving access to the arts has been informed by half a decade of mentoring students from wider participation backgrounds.
Steve Cant, Treasurer
Steve started his career in public transport, became an accountant in 1984 and moved into management consulting in 1990. Steve was a Director with PwC and has run his own Consulting Business (ChangeAgilty Ltd) since 2001. Steve has wide experience across the private, central & local government sectors however since 2012 has worked exclusively in the not-for-profit sector on strategy formulation, project and programme management. Steve is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, a Certified Management Consultant and has a degree in Economics with Technology.
Emma Bowen, Trustee
Emma is Head of History of Art at Wycombe Abbey School and has taught for AHLU on their Art History for Everyone programme at the National Gallery. Whilst studying History at Oxford University she was introduced to the joys of History of Art and went on to complete a part-time Masters at Birkbeck College. She is passionate about making Art History fun and accessible for everyone, and has witnessed first-hand the life changing effects studying this subject can have on young people.
Dr Joe Spence, Trustee
Dr Joe Spence Is the Master of Dulwich College and co-director of the Southwark Schools’ Learning Partnership. He was formerly Head Master of Oakham School, Rutland, and Master in College at Eton College. He is a trustee of Place2Be and of the Dulwich Picture Gallery. He is also a playwright and librettist.
“I am very happy that our programme of outreach classes will have such a direct and immediate positive outcome: I wish Art History Link-Up great success.”
Pontus Rosén, former Chief Executive of the Association for Art History