Peer assessment is rewarding

For advice from existing peers before registering, click here.

images of peers

Top, left to right: Amy-Clare McCarthy, Murray Saylor, Lisa Fuller, Tim Stiltz, Mary Anne Butler.
Bottom, left to right: Peter Polites, Ruark Lewis, Serena Bentley, Rennie McDougall, Marie Falcinella.


We need your help

The Peer Services team is currently promoting the peer assessment process to recruit new peers for the next three year term 2017 - 2019.

If you know someone who you think should nominate to be a Peer please encourage them to sign up. 
You can refer them to the video below describing the experience and to the Peer interviews in the link above.


Video features: Esther Anatolitis, Jane Harrison and Philip Hammial. April 2016.

Peers should have knowledge and experience of the arts sector to make a fair and informed assessment of funding applications. Peers can be practicing artists, working as arts professionals or advisers to the arts sector.

We look for peers who are representative of geography, cultural backgrounds, age, gender and ability.

Nominations to become a peer are open (29 August – 3 November 2016)
Forms can be completed online.

Peer assessment is rewarding

Our peer assessors tell us that participating has many benefits:

  • It is an opportunity for professional development and networking
  • They gain insights about and exposure to national and international practice
  • Their own grant writing improves
  • They gain recognition for their professional expertise
  • It is an opportunity to give something back to other artists and the sector

Insight from our Peers

Zulya Kamalova

Zulya Kamalova
Singer/writer/producer VIC

Adam Briggs

Adam Briggs
Performer VIC

Susannah Day

Susannah Day
Project Coordinator, Dance Massive VIC

Simon Spain

Simon Spain
Director, All That We Are TAS

Jon Halpin

Jon Halpin
Manager
Arts Programs | Carclew SA 

Somaya Langley

Somaya Langley
Sound Artist/Producer/Digital Curation Specialist NSW


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