Murray Arts invites Expressions of Interest to join our Skills Based Board! 

About Murray Arts
Murray Arts believes in telling regional stories and sharing them. We believe our community has the capacity to produce great arts events, exhibitions and experiences. We work at a grass roots level, using cultural development principles to collaborate with communities and artists.

One of Murray Arts key roles in the community is to support artists. We employ artists to work on our projects, giving them creative opportunities to develop and share their arts practice. We are always looking for new ways to build audiences, be creative and connect with our regional communities.

We are the go-to-place for local Aboriginal Arts Development, which is a key priority area for Murray Arts. Our burraja gallery space supports and promotes Aboriginal artists and the sale of Aboriginal artworks, using a social enterprise model.

Moving forwards, Murray Arts is shifting towards a skills based Board, made up of 7 - 9 Board members. If you're passionate about regional arts and have the capacity to steer and influence this small, yet highly productive organisation, then please consider putting in an application.


Download a PDF of the
SKILLS BASED BOARD | POSITION DESCRIPTION HERE

 

 Please submit a brief Resume and covering letter addressed to the Chair of Murray Arts, Tahni Froudist and Email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

For more information contact Executive Director Alyce Fisher
Murray Arts P:(02) 6021 5034 E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

About the Murray Arts Board
Murray Arts is a not-for-profit Inc.organisation under the NSW Act and has previously been governed by a representative based board. Murray Arts Board positions are all voluntary and each appointment is for an initial three-year term. The Board of Murray Arts meets on four occasions within the calendar year.

Murray Arts is one of 14 Regional Arts Development Organisations (RADO) in the Regional Arts NSW network. We service the Border and North East Region and partner with six local government areas; AlburyCity, Greater Hume and Federation in NSW and City of Wodonga, Indigo and Towong in North East Victoria.