TMAG Children’s Reference Panel
The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) Children’s Reference Panel is a select group of children and youth who are interested in contributing to the work of TMAG through providing advice, feedback and recommendations.
The purpose of the panel is for TMAG to hear, engage and empower young voices, enabling this important audience group to influence the planning and development stages of exhibitions, programs and resources.
Children and young people will share their experiences and ideas, talk about what matters to them, what they want for themselves and others their age and what they hope for in the future in relation to museums and art galleries. Their contribution will make a difference in how TMAG operates and what it offers.
The panel is made up of approximately 20 members between the age of 7 and 17, each appointed by TMAG following a formal application process at the beginning of each calendar year, as well as two TMAG representatives. Sub-groups may be convened from the panel members as necessary, according to age and issues to be discussed.
Applications now open for the 2020 TMAG Children’s Reference Panel
If you are a young person living in Tasmania, aged between 7 and 17, passionate about issues relevant to your age group, interested in museums and art galleries, available to attend four meetings per year in Hobart, and willing to share your views and ideas with other young people, the TMAG Children’s Reference Panel might be just what you are looking for.
Applications are now open for the 2020 TMAG Children’s Reference Panel, a group of up to 20 members who want to make a difference in how TMAG operates and what it offers to young people. Panel members provide advice and feedback about TMAG’s galleries and exhibitions and may be involved in planning and delivering festivals and other events.
Applications for membership of the 2020 panel close at 5:00 pm on Friday 14 February 2020 and the panel will meet for the first time on Thursday 27 February 2020.
Return the completed and signed application form via email or post (see application form for details).