Come work with the national voice for arts in regional Australia
Do you have great project management skills, attention to detail and experience producing engaging events? Then you might be who we are looking for.
RAA is recruiting for a Producer to deliver two key events, our Creative Regions National Summit & Artlands.
Regional Arts Australia is a national organisation with staff working remotely across different States and Territories. The Producer will be part of the core team and will work within the guidelines of Regional Arts Australia’s strategic plan goals and objectives. The successful applicant will work within Regional Arts Australia’s WHS systems, policies, processes and best practice to ensure all organisational and legislative compliance are met.
We invite applications from anywhere in Australia, with working arrangements to be negotiated with the successful applicant. This is a one-year contract position with a three-month probation period, with the successful applicant working 3 days a week (.6fte).
Applications close 19 August 2022 at 12noon (AEST)
To apply email a cover letter, statement addressing the selection criteria (2 pages) and a current cv (1-2 pages) with two referees as a single PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org
All enquires via email to email@example.com
Interviews to take place via zoom the 25-26 August 2022 with employment projected mid September. Please advise in your cover letter if alternative dates may be required.
RAA is an inclusive employer that values diverse perspectives and lived experiences. We are committed to providing a positive, flexible and supportive workplace and to embracing access and inclusion initiatives across the organisation. Please let us know if you have support or access requirements at any stage of this recruitment process.
Be part of 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 are currently open.
To apply please complete the EOI form https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/knowledgecircle
Applications are also accepted via audio and or video
All enquiries in the first instance via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have passion, time and a commitment to arts and creativity?
2022 Fellowships Program
The National Regional Arts Fellowship Program is a strategic project, supported by the Regional Arts Fund and managed by Regional Arts Australia.
The Fellowships Program is an investment in the development of artistic and creative practice. The program is contemporary, flexible and relevant to artists practicing, working and living in regional and remote Australia.
In 2022 six Fellowships are on offer:
Type of Fellowship
Creative and Professional Development
First Timer – Creative or Professional Development
The Program objectives are to:
- Elevate and build the practice of artists and arts workers across regional and remote Australia,
- Raise the profile of artists and arts workers across a range of artforms, stages of career, duration and geographies,
- Provide professional and industry development opportunities,
- Build connection and generate exchange, and
- Generate strategic, collaborative relationships for the benefit of arts and creative practice across the country.
Opening date: 9.00am (AEDT) Thursday 1 September 2022
Closing date: 5.00pm (AEDT) Friday 30 September 2022
Applicants must be available to fulfil the fellowship between 1 November 2022 and 31 August 2023.
All acquittals must be completed by 30 November 2023.
It is essential that all applicants read and understand the Program Guidelines. This documents contains information on eligibility and further details about the program please download the Guidelines document.
Regional Arts Australia will run online information session for the National Regional Arts Fellowship on the following date/time:
Thursday 11 August 5.30pm AEST
Register to attend the information session here
Individuals can make an appointment to speak with the Regional Arts Fund Manager between the 10th -11th August.
Appointments will be limited to 30 minutes via Zoom
Applicants seeking an appointment should ensure they have read the Program Guidelines before making an appointment.
How to apply
Apply via SmartyGrants (applications can be submitted between 1 September 2022 and 30 September 2022)
All applications are to be submitted online using the SmartyGrants system. Applicants who require support to access the online application process should contact the Grants Manager (contact details below).
Sigrid Langker, Grants Manager*
*part-time: Mondays to Thursdays.