EOI – 2025 Australian Architecture Conference Steering Committee

Call for expressions of interest

The Australian Institute of Architects is seeking volunteers for the 2025 Australian Architecture Conference Steering Committee. The purpose of the Steering Committee is to shape the program for the 2025 Australian Architecture Conference.

The Conference is our annual flagship event. In 2025, the Conference will be held between 2-3 May in Sydney and is expected to be attended by around 1,000 delegates from across Australia. The two-day program is an engaging forum for discussion, learning and networking, and will feature emerging and eminent architects from Australia and abroad.

Positions available

There are 7 committee positions to be filled.


The Steering Committee is chaired by the CEO and works in close collaboration with the Institute’s Major Events and Education teams, providing input on:

  • Local and international keynote speakers
  • Key topics, themes, and content partnerships
  • Fringe activities and allied programs.

Eligibility and Skills Required

  • Member of the Institute in good standing
  • Have national and international contacts and networks
  • Have a contemporary knowledge of architectural practice and discourse
  • Have experience in facilitating events for the architectural community.


Communications will be predominately via email and teleconference. The tenure of all committee members will be one year. The committee will meet monthly from July 2024 to June 2025.


Committee members must fulfil their roles in an accountable, professional, and expedient manner.


Process Expressions of Interest must be submitted to ceo@architecture.com.au by COB Monday, 3 June 2024.

Please provide the following details:

  • Name
  • RAIA membership number
  • Practice
  • Address
  • Email
  • Phone
  • Reasons for wanting to join (no more than 200 words)
  • Expertise (no more than 100 words)

Please also attach a brief CV If you have any questions, please contact ceo@architecture.com.au.

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