Studio Manager for Tjungu Palya

Angkaliya Curtis with her painting of Cave Hill 2017. Courtesy Tjungu Palya

Tjungu Palya, Nyapari

Applications close July 23, 2018

Tjungu Palya has developed an international reputation for producing large cultural potent masterpieces which are exhibited and collected around the world. Works from Tjungu Palya are held by all of the major institutions and significant private collections here in Australia and overseas.

Reporting to the Art Centre Manager, the Studio Manager will work closely with artists and art workers to support their artistic and professional development and provide Art Centre administration support, Art Centre marketing and project support as instructed by the Art Centre Manager.

To succeed in this position, the successful applicant must evidence the ability to work in a cross- cultural environment. Previous experience in a similar role will be highly regarded. The salary package is between the range of $60,000-65,000 per annum (cash component). In addition, other competitive allowance and entitlements are also offered and will be discussed at the interview.

Desart is the non-profit peak industry body for over forty Central Australian Aboriginal Art Centres and the Tjungu Palya Board of Directors has engaged Desart assist them in the recruitment of their new Studio Manager.

Applications must reach our office by 9:00am Monday 23rd July 2018

Job Package