Øystein Tømmerås is the chairperson of the board, as of 2016. He is a graduate from Oslo National Academy of Arts and Kungliga Konsthögskolan, Stockholm. Prior to his studies, Tømmerås has years of experience from working in organizations, e.g. as General Secretary of Norwegian Pupils association Generalsekretær i Norsk Elevorganisasjon and Advisor for PR agency Gambit H&K. He has had solo exhibitions at several institutions including Stenersenmuseet and Galleri Haaken, and he has participated in several group exhibitions. Tømmerås has also education experience from various art education institutions.
Tine Aamodt is LNM the vice chairperson of LNM executive board. Graduated from the Art Academy in Trondheim, she lives and works in Oslo. In addition to having done various exhibitions and publicly commissioned artworks, she has experience from leading public art projects and jury participation and censoring at various art intstitutions.
Marianne Hurum is a MFA graduate from Kunsthögskolan i Malmø, Lund University, Sweden. In addition to many years of experience as a board member at the Board of UKS, she is also a part of the Board of Oslo Municipal Art Project, and the Editorial Board of Billedkunst. In addition, she is a frequent lecturer at various art academies and art schools. Her solo/duo exhibitions have been presented at many venues, including Kunstnerforbundet, Kunstnernes Hus, UKS, Lillehammer Kunstmuseum and Space 4235, Genova, Italia. She has also participated at various group exhibitions, including exhibitions at NN-A NN-A NN-A New Norwegian Abstraction, Stavanger Kunstmuseum, Astrup Fearnley Museet, Happy Endings, NYC and Agnes B’s Gallerie du Jour, Paris.
Anders Sletvold Moe has a Master degree from Konsthögskolan i Malmö. He lives and works in Oslo. He has been presented in solo exhibitions including at Kunstnerforbundet, Kunstmuseet Nord-Trøndelag, Akershus Kunstsenter and Vigeland-Museet. Group exhibitions includes among others Participation, Trondheim Kunstmuseum, NN-A NN-A NN-A New Norwegian Abstraction, Stavanger Kunstmuseum and Astrup Fearnley Museet.
Peter Mohall is from Skåne, Sweden and has his art degree from Oslo National Academy of Arts. Prior to this, he has attended Skånska Malarskolen, Malmö. He has had solo exhibitions in Norway as well as abroad, including at the venues Luce Gallery, Torino Code Art Fair, Copenhagen, Project room, Fondazione 107, Turin, and Carl Berner Prosjektrom, Oslo. He has also participated at a wide range of group exhibitions.
Substitute Board Members are Mikael Øye Hegnar and Anne Kristin Hagesæther.