Music Australia convenes expert Advisory Groups in key areas to support our work. Each is established and appointed by the Board, with a charter, goals and tasks, and governed by a set of principles. Advisory Group members and activities are published on Music Australia’s website and communicated via Music Australia information channels and to the membership to provide relevant information and foster engagement.
Music Australia currently has two Expert Advisory Groups:
|Music Education Advisory Group||
Provides expert advice and contributes to Music Australia’s work in Music Education. It will provides input and feedback on Music Australia’s educational activities and policy development, and contributes to advocacy to government.
|Music Industry and Careers Advisory Group||
Provides expert advice and contribute to Music Australia’s work in the Professional Music Industry and Careers. It provides input and feedback on relevant Music Australia activities and policy development, and contributes to advocacy to government. In 2014 and early 2015 this Group will focus on Careers Development in line with current Music Australia priorities. Membership will reflect this focus.
Music Australia accepts nominations to join our Expert Advisory Groups from time to time. To nominate please read the Charter of the Advisory Group you wish to nominate for, and provide Music Australia with:
- Your name, address and email details
- A copy of your CV or recent biography
- Information on your field of expertise, skills and experience relevant to this Advisory Group
- Information on what you wish to see this group achieve and the contribution you could make.
Please note that if you are invited to join a Music Australia Advisory you will be asked to commit to the Group’s Charter and be a member of the Music Australia.
Please send to Music Australia administration at: [email protected] by the due date.
All information you provide to Music Australia with your nomination will be treated confidentially and not used for any other purpose.