Hubs EOI [Open]

Hubs EOI [Open]

Regional Arts WA believes the regional arts sector will be stronger – more connected, creative and capable – when networks are established, people know each other, and have the opportunity to work together. 

Looking to change the way the regional arts sector talks to each other, Regional Arts WA has partnered with strategically aligned local organisations to grow a Network of Hubs across the state. 

Expressions of Interest (EOI) are open to not-for-profit organisations who are interested in entering into a Hub service agreement with Regional Arts WA and have the capacity to: 

  • Employ a local Coordinator to deliver against the Deliverables Framework 
  • Work closely with their local government authorities on creating and delivering community strategies 
  • Have existing established local networks that can be amplified and mapped 
  • Deliver capacity building programs to their local communities  
  • A willingness and drive to be an active member of the Regional Arts Network 

Each Hub will serve a geographic region, breaking the State into manageable sites related to the area, population and local government boundaries.  

Regional Arts WA is looking for organisations who see this as a short-term investment to amplify their mission and see the benefit of a long-term relationship with Regional Arts WA, local governments, and the Network. This is not a funding program, nor is it a short or long-term solution for an organisation only seeking operational support to continue their core activities.  


Key documents

Please read through the following prior to contacting the Network Coordinator:


Regional eligibility
 

Applicants must reside in postcodes classified as regional using the Modified Monash Model Map. The applicant’s physical address must be MMM Classification 2 or above. To check how your address is classified visit the Doctor Connect Locator Map. 

 

Key dates

  • EOI Closes: 11:59pm, 20 May 2021
  • Service Agreement Contracting: By 30 June 2021
  • Coordinator Employment: Within three months of contracting


Allocation of funding

Successful applicants will receive $35,000 over one year, with possible extension upon review. $30,000 of this must be used for the Hub Coordinator’s employment (or add to existing suitable employee’s wage). $5,000 towards expenses for the Coordinator to complete duties outlined in the service agreement (e.g. travel expenses)


How to apply
 

You must contact Network Coordinator, Gemma Robins, to discuss your proposed EOI to check eligibility, discuss capacity and ensure strategic alignment to the Regional Arts Network initiative 

Eligible organisations should submit their EOIs via Smartygrants.

 

The Regional Arts Network is proudly supported by the Minderoo Foundation and The Ian Potter Foundation, and with funding from the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund.

Hubs EOI
Eligibility Not-for-profit regional organisations who have capacity and willingness to enter into a service agreement with Regional Arts WA
Amount

$35,000 total over one year for Hub Coordinator position, with possible extension upon review

Key Documents

Guidance Materials 
Deliverables Framework
Terms of Reference (Draft)

EOI Closes 11:59pm, 20 May 2021
Contact

Gemma Robins
1800 811 883 (regional freecall)
08 9200 4213
grobins@regionalartswa.org.au

Please read the key documents and schedule a meeting to discuss the EOI.

Submit EOI via SmartyGrants

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