Jade Sturrock

Fundraising and Communications Manager


Jade Sturrock (she/her) is a Glasgow based arts professional with over 7 years experience working with creative and community organisations. She graduated with a BA in Painting and Printmaking from GSA in 2016 and is currently completing an MA in Applied Arts and Social Practice at QMU.

Jade has a particular interest in Arts development, promoting arts accessibility and connecting people with creative experiences. Before joining Eco Drama, Jade worked with Glasgow Connected Arts Network, coordinating their Membership and Communications and growing the membership from 200 to over 600 creatives and organisations.

As a visual Participatory Artist, she is passionate about helping drive socially engaged arts activity and has worked with and supported a vast array of community groups and organisations in Glasgow and beyond, including Sleeping Giants, Scottish Metal Health Arts Festival, Articulate Cultural Trust, MILK Cafe, Firefly Arts, The Bold Collective, The Fostering Network Young Advocates, The Women’s Support Project, Queen’s Cross Housing Association, Mackintosh At The Willow and Project Ability.

Profile image of Jade Sturrock, a white woman wearing a black and white striped jumper. Jade is smiling in front of some autumn foliage.