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Call for Directors

Tura is seeking Board Directors to support the company to achieve its strategic vision for the years ahead and who recognise and value the important contribution that Tura’s programs make.

As a volunteer Board Director, you must have a passion for arts and community development, be available for approximately 6 to 8 meetings per year and be prepared to make a contribution for a term of three years. We are based in Perth but may consider applications from leaders based in other locations.

Diversity and inclusion
We know first-hand that different ideas, perspectives, and backgrounds produce a more creative work environment that delivers better results. Much of Tura’s success is due to the diverse and inclusive nature of our programs.

We collaborate with audiences and communities that include First Nations people, children and young people, people who identify as LGBTIQA+, people with disability and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

We are seeking Board Directors who reflect the diversity of the communities we work with, and we are actively placing diversity as a priority through this board recruitment process.

Board priority areas
We are keen to hear from anyone with an interest in Tura’s work and skills to offer us, and we particularly encourage applications from First Nations people, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people who identify as LGBTQIA+.

We are also specifically seeking candidates with experience/skills in:

  • Arts and Community Development
  • Social Impact
  • National Contemporary Arts and Culture sector
  • Government Fundin
Tura New Music

Tura’s vision is for an Australia where creativity, collaboration and artistic risk are valued and connect us to our country and to one another.

Our purpose is to produce ambitious projects and experiences that celebrate music and the sonic arts by prioritising collaboration, embracing cross-cultural learning and defying expectations.

Tura is a not-for-profit arts organisation that engages in an inspiring and innovative exploration of music and sound that resonates within Australian culture and the wider global community.

We produce projects and experiences that celebrate music and the sonic arts. We prioritise collaboration, embrace cross-cultural learning and defy expectations.

Tura makes a leading contribution to the cultural life of Australia and beyond through award-winning productions and community engagement programs.

Tura supports artistic risk and innovation to stimulate participants and audiences to experience uncommon perceptions of their world and themselves.

How to apply

Please address your expression of interest to Simon Dawkins (Chair), and email to

Enquiries to Jane House, (Company Secretary)
telephone +61 8 9228 3711