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Join the Public Art Advisory Panel

Job details

Auckland Council
10 Jan 2020
Work type
Expressions of interest
Work classification
Design, Toi Maori, Visual Arts


Are you or someone you know interested in shaping the future of public art in Tāmaki Makaurau?

Nominate yourself or another person to be on the Public Art Advisory Panel.

The Public Art Advisory Panel contributes to the professional and public conversation about the role of arts in the everyday lives of Aucklanders.

It provides advice, recommendations and feedback to the council and local boards to help build a sense of identity and belonging across the city.

What we are looking for:

We are looking for two people from different backgrounds to join the panel, to ensure there is a balance of arts, culture and design expertise represented.

For example:

  • creative entrepreneurs and practitioners
  • Academics from a creative discipline
  • Experts in using arts as a tool for social and community outcomes
  • Journalists or media specialists from the arts
  • environment designers or architects
  • artists
  • UX or product designers
  • curators or programmers.

Collectively, the panel will have:

  • a thorough knowledge of the region’s creative sector
  • a passion to see public art transform how people experience a place and drive better outcomes for that place  
  • an informed view of Auckland’s geography and where arts and culture can feature
  • an understanding of Auckland’s rapidly evolving demographics and diverse population
  • a global perspective on the role creativity plays in creating a world-class city and in realising economic, social, cultural and environmental outcomes
  • a commitment to upholding the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
How to apply

To find out more, read about the Public Art Advisory Panel and apply online from the 27 November, 2019 to 10 January, 2020.

Written by

Auckland Council Arts and Culture

27 Nov 2019