Bondi Pavilion Indigenous Public Art Reference Group
We are seeking to appoint a project-specific Indigenous Reference Group to lead the development of a new public artwork at Bondi Pavilion. Council seeks up to five community members who can provide expertise and guidance to the overall development of the artwork. Applicants must identify as Indigenous Australians with a connection to the La Perouse and Sydney Basin areas, and have demonstrable expertise in the visual arts, public art and/or curatorial, architecture, design or other arts related discipline.
Successful appointees will be renumerated at the NAVA Industry Consultant rate for their time attending meetings and providing advice.
The Bondi Pavilion Indigenous Public Art Reference Group aims to:
- foster the development of a high-quality Indigenous public artwork in Bondi Pavilion that reflects the local Indigenous history, culture and dreaming to enhance public knowledge and understanding of local Indigenous culture
- provide expert cultural guidance and assistance in the development of a public artwork reflecting of Waverley's Indigenous heritage and cultural identity
- involve the community through informing, connecting and consulting
- ensure cultural protocols and best practice for working with Indigenous artists
How to apply
Alternatively, you can print out a hard copy of the form (download here) and:
Submissions close 4 March 2021.