Shakeout at London’s South Bankmain
The directionless riverside arts centre has a new chair and vice chair.
Susan Gilchrist, the chair, reaches the end of her five-year board term in July. She will be succeeded by Misan Harriman (pictured), founder of What We Seee, a media content, tech and commerce company.
Her deputy David Kershaw makes way for Luke Mayhew, a former director of John Lewis (where Boris does not shop).
Harriman says: ‘I believe the incredible mix of arts voices that Southbank Centre offers has never been more important, and has huge potential as we develop a modern, post-lockdown cultural institution, and explore new ways to innovate and bring arts to our communities.’