Arts peer nominations
Applications are closed.
Arts peers are professional artists and arts workers. They use their knowledge and experience in the arts to advise the Northern Territory (NT) Government about arts or arts issues.
They do this by sitting on arts grant assessment panels or arts community consultation groups.
The list of arts peers is called the Arts NT Register of Peers.
Arts peers are approved by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage for a three-year term. They may be reappointed for a further term. Find out who is on the current register of peers.
Who can become a peer
You must be an NT resident and have either:
- Australian citizenship
- permanent resident status
- a Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme Visa
- New Zealand citizenship with a Special Category Visa.
You must be a professional, practising artist or arts worker with a high level of expertise in at least one of the following art forms:
- circus and physical theatre
- community arts and cultural development
- cross art form (multi arts)
- literature and writing
- musical theatre and opera
- other performing arts
- public art
- visual arts and crafts.
You can also apply if you have expertise in:
- arts administration
- arts education
- arts law
- arts production.
The following groups are encouraged to apply:
- Aboriginal artists (all art forms) and arts workers
- artists and arts workers based in remote communities
- artists and arts workers with disability
- artists and arts workers aged 18 to 25.
What else gets considered
All of the following are considered when choosing an arts peer:
- representation from both regional and remote areas
- representation from diverse areas of arts practice
- representation of diverse community cultural development skills
- level of involvement and existing networks within the community and sector
- peers with experience in Aboriginal arts, youth arts and accessible arts
- representation from different language and cultural backgrounds
- peers who:
- are reasonably free of potential conflicts of interest and
- can provide balanced, informed opinions.
How to apply
Applications are closed.
After you apply
Submitting your EOI does not guarantee appointment to the Arts NT Register of Peers.
However, it means you agree for your resume to be available to all NT Government departments for possible participation in boards and committees.
Code of conduct
As an arts peer, you must maintain confidentiality and not discuss any official matters outside formal meetings.
You must declare any conflicts of interest or potential conflicts of interest.
For program notifications and news from Arts NT, subscribe to Bite Size Arts News. To find out more, go to the Department of Territory Families, Housing and Communities website.
Last updated: 24 May 2022
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