Regional Arts Australia are looking to expand the diversity of skills, expertise and live experience across the organisation with three new opportunities currently open.

Expressions of interest are being sought for:

The inaugural Regional Arts Australia Knowledge Circle

The Knowledge Circle is a new approach to facilitate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge and advise RAA and its network around cultural responses, strategy and policy. The Knowledge Circle will be co-designed with the inaugural cohort supported to strengthen national networks and relationships and enhance arts and creative practice and cultural awareness across regional Australia.

RAA is seeking to

  • Engage a First Nations consultant to oversee the design, engagement and development of the project;
  • Facilitate the appointment of nine Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders artists and cultural practitioners from across Australia to form the Knowledge Circle;
  • Coordinate a meeting calendar over a two-­‐year period (approximately three times a year); and
  • Provide a stipend fee to First Nations participants for their involvement in the program as well as logistics and travel support were required

We welcome Expression of Interest from all First Nations people

Expressions of Interest close 29 July 2022 at 12noon (aest)

To apply please complete the EOI form 

Applications are also accepted via audio and or video

All enquiries in the first instance via email to


The National Assessor Pool

The Assessor Pool is a national register of the details of artists, arts workers and industry experts with the skills and knowledge to make a fair and informed assessment of applications to Regional Arts Australia programs, who have nominated their interest in being an Assessor.

People working or engaged within the arts and community sectors are encouraged to put forward an expression of interest. We are seeking a broad range of candidates in terms of artform area, age, location, cultural background and career stage from artists, practitioners, administrators, and other sector professionals.

The Assessor Pool will be used to assess applications to Regional Arts Australia programs and will be made available to each state and territories Regional Program Administrators who may choose to contract assessors for assessing Regional Arts Fund applications.

If you are interested please complete the Expression of Interest form.

The deadline for Expressions of Interest is 29 July 2022.


Regional Arts Australia Board of Directors

Regional Arts Australia seeks to expand the diversity of skills, expertise and lived experience of its Board of Directors. We are seeking passionate and committed individuals to contribute to the strategic direction and governance of the organisation.

Regional Arts Australia is an independent, not for profit national organisation supporting artists, arts organisations, audiences and communities across regional, rural and remote Australia.

As a skills-based board we are looking for experience in Business Development, Investment, Philanthropy and Fundraising, or Media. We invite applications from anywhere in Australia, regionally and remote based applicants are strongly encouraged. We are looking for diverse thinking and welcome cross artform, cross sector experience. RAA is an inclusive organisation that values diverse perspectives and lived experiences. We are committed to embracing access and inclusion across the organisation. Please let us know if you have support or access requirements at any stage of this recruitment process.

EOI’s close Thursday 28 July 2022 at 12noon (aest)

To apply please read the Board Charter and complete the EOI form. All enquiries in the first instance via email to