The Western Riverina Arts Board is looking for a new community member to represent the Murrumbidgee Shire. Western Riverina Arts is one of fourteen Regional Arts Boards across NSW, and has been working since 2011 to support arts and culture across the region.
Murrumbidgee Shire is the newest LGA member of Western Riverina Arts, as of 2015 joining Griffith, Leeton, and Narrandera Councils.
Regional Development Officer Derek Motion says they are looking for someone with a passion for the arts, a good knowledge of the local community and its arts culture, and experience with sitting on a Board of an incorporated body.
“The Board meets four times per year during business hours so the commitment isn’t too onerous,” he said. “But we’re looking for someone who want to be active, someone with ideas and passion, who is keen on having a direct input into cultural development across the region.”
“Our next Board Meeting is set for Friday 14th August at Darlington Point and it would be great to be able to introduce a new representative then.”
The community representative for this position must be a current resident of Murrumbidgee Shire. Interested people should send a brief expression of interest to Derek Motion at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0428882059 for further information.