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Expression of Interest for Bayside Arts and Gallery Advisory Committee members

What is the Bayside Arts and Gallery Advisory Committee?

The Bayside Arts and Gallery Advisory Committee’s purpose is to provide advice and support to Council in the development and presentation of an innovative and creative arts program for the City of Bayside including exhibitions and programs at the Bayside Gallery.

The Committee’s guiding document is the Bayside Arts Strategic Plan 2018-2022 which aims to connect people to each other and their community through the celebration of art and the sharing of ideas.

Art can connect diverse groups of people across a variety of ages, ethnicity, and backgrounds. Delivery of the Strategic Plan ensures that the exhibitions and events developed by Council staff speak to Bayside’s unique sense of place and provide opportunities for people to connect with creativity and ideas across Bayside.

The Bayside Arts Strategic Plan 2018-2022 captures both the aspirations of the Bayside Arts and Gallery Advisory Committee in relation to developing an arts program for Bayside and community expectations of Council.

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L to R front: Bayside Arts and Gallery Advisory Committee members Sarah Morris, Cr Alex del Porto (Deputy Chair) and Brian Hewitt.
Standing: David Wood, artist ‘Spirit of Place’ 2021 Elsternwick Park South.

Who can join the committee?

Bayside City Council is now seeking Expressions of Interest from suitably qualified community members to join the Bayside Arts and Gallery Advisory Committee.

People who have skills and experience in the following areas are encouraged to apply: strategic planning; marketing and brand positioning; arts management; community engagement; public art, urban design, architecture; as well as the performing arts, exhibition programming or other related arts programs. 

Membership to the Advisory Committee is on a voluntary basis and no remuneration is provided. Committee members are expected to attend at least 4 meetings a year. While it is not necessary for Advisory Committee members to live or work in Bayside, Council recognises the benefits of local community participation and diversity in the skills, experience, and attributes of the Committee’s membership.

How do I apply?

  1. Review the Bayside Arts and Gallery Advisory Committee Charter (PDF, 1.03MB)
  2. Fill in the online application form and complete statements addressing the Key Selection Criteria
  3. Upload your current Curriculum Vitae with your application
  4. EOIs close 15 July 2021

For further information please contact: Giacomina Pradolin, Arts and Culture Program Coordinator, via email gpradolin [at] bayside.vic.gov.au.

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Files must be less than 10 MB.
Total upload limit per form is 20 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf doc docx.
Please provide a short statement to address each of the following key selection criteria.