EOI call out to join National Art School Board

National Art School in the evening, 2018. Image Peter Morgan.

National Art School in the evening, 2018. Image Peter Morgan.

Expressions of Interest (EOI) are currently invited from people interested in being considered for appointment as a director of the National Art School board

Following the EOI process, up to three directors will be appointed at the National Art School Annual General Meeting (AGM) in late May by its shareholding members, the Minister for the Arts and the Minister for Education.

Appointments to the National Art School Board are also subject to endorsement by the NSW Cabinet.

Directors will work alongside the NSW Government and other key stakeholders to help achieve the School’s ambitions and secure its long-term future through the development and implementation of commercial, academic and philanthropic strategies.

Successful applicants are expected to have skills/experience/qualifications in one or more of the following:

  • activating and managing a commercial and/or cultural precinct
  • philanthropy
  • the visual arts, including National Art School alumni
  • leading organisational reform and enhancing performance
  • developing commercial, community and institutional partnerships
  • audit and governance.

To apply please complete an Expression of Interest (including signed declaration), at I Work for NSW and submit, along with a current resume and a cover letter outlining relevant skills/experience/qualifications.

Expressions of Interest can be emailed to Donna Mcleod and must be received by 11.59pm on Thursday 25 April 2019.

For further information, contact Donna Mcleod on 02 8275 1314 or at Donna.Mcleod@planning.nsw.gov.au.

The NSW Government is committed to ensuring appropriate representation of women, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability and young people on Government Boards and Committees. In addition, people living/working in the Government’s priority areas of Western Sydney and regional NSW are encouraged to apply for appointment to Arts portfolio board.

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Published: 16 April 2019