Tjala Arts is one of Australia’s leading Aboriginal arts and culture organisations. Tjala Arts is located in Amata, an Aboriginal community situated in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunyjatjara (APY) Lands, in remote North-West South Australia. Amata is situated among the picturesque Musgrave Ranges, approximately 120km south of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and 500km southwest of Alice Springs.
Tjala Arts represents internationally renowned contemporary artists including Hector Burton, Ray Ken, Wawiriya Burton, Barbara Moore, Sylvia Ken, Tjunkara Ken and many other senior artists, as well as a large number of young and emerging contemporary artists. In addition to the successful painting studio and gallery program, the Art Centre also facilitates cultural programs with artistic outcomes.
The Art Centre Manager
This is the peak role within the organisation, overseeing 7 Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal staff. The Manager is responsible five main areas: Operational management and Governance; Artistic development, Financial Management, Sales and Marketing and Human Resources. The…