Ministerial Creative Industries Advisory Council

The Northern Territory (NT) Government is committed to supporting an economically and artistically thriving NT creative industries.

The Creative Industries Advisory Council (CIAC) will develop strategies to promote the sustainable commercial benefit of the NT creative industries, locally and nationally.

The CIAC will consist of up to seven members who will be appointed for an initial term of two years.

If you are an active industry practitioner in a leadership role, and would like to participate on the CIAC, please read through the terms of reference and then submit an expression of interest.

Expressions of interest should be a one page statement about how you would contribute to the CIAC as per the responsibilities described in the terms of reference. Please include your name, position, company, which art form or sector you associate with and attach your CV.

Please email your expression of interest and CV by 5pm ACST on Friday 30 April 2021 to

Terms of reference

Get the working group terms of reference.

Ministerial Creative Industries Advisory Council terms of reference PDF (165.8 KB)
Ministerial Creative Industries Advisory Council terms of reference DOCX (66.7 KB)


Members consist of actively practicing industry leaders such as professional artists, producers, business managers and independent company leaders, across a range of art forms including music, performing arts, visual arts and literature.

The CIAC will consist of up to seven members:

  • four from the NT creative industries
  • one from the NT business sector
  • and up to two from the non-NT creative industries*.

*Up to two creative industries representatives from outside the NT may be appointed to add skills and experience that will benefit the CIAC in meeting its responsibilities.

The minister will appoint a chairperson from among CIAC’s NT-based members.

Last updated: 13 April 2021

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