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Eastern Riverina Arts | Expressions of Interest, Board of Directors

Arts and culture are increasingly become more important to the health, wellbeing and liveability of our communities while at the same time funding for the arts is becoming more and more competitive. Arts organisations are required to become more strategic, more entrepreneurial and less reliant on government funding. For arts organisations to achieve this they need a dynamic board leading the way.
Eastern Riverina Arts (ERA) is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) from suitable people from across the region to be considered for a position on our Board of Directors and to help steer it through a period where the profile of regional arts practice in NSW is growing day by day.
Over the last seven years ERA has delivered projects across the region, including the touring performances, Outspoken and Basin, the touring visual arts exhibitions giilanggalang and Bold: Selfies by Oldies and youth projects Fresh Dance Film and Talking Trash. The projects sit alongside its regular work assisting artists and community groups access funding and developing the capacity of the region’s arts and cultural programs.
ERA are seeking to appoint five board members from across its region and invite people with experience and qualifications in governance, arts and cultural development, finance, marketing and philanthropy to consider applying.
Executive Director Scott Howie: “Eastern Riverina Arts is a vital part of the cultural landscape of the region. I look forward to working closely with our new board members not only on taking our organisation into the future but really impacting on the creative life of the Riverin.a”
To apply, download an EOI form here, fill it in and return it with your CV to by 30 March, 10pm.
Eastern Riverina Arts enriches, inspires and connects our region by fostering arts, culture, creative industry and community. We work with councils, community groups and creative practitioners at all stages of their career to enhance the cultural life of our region. We are a not-for-profit organisation supported by the NSW Government and our member LGAs.
For more information contact Scott Howie on (02) 6921 6890 or