Ninuku Arts – Art Centre Manager

Ninuku Arts is a wholly Aboriginal owned and governed Art Centre which supports artists from two communities – Pipalyatjara and Kalka. Each have populations of around 100-150 Anangu and the majority are Pitjantjatjara speakers – Anangu simply means ‘people’ in Pitjantjatjara. Both communities are located in the far north-western corner of South Australia, near the tri-state border of South Australia, Western Australia and Northern Territory. The two communities, fourteen kilometres apart, are surrounded by the rolling, rocky hills of the Tomkinson Ranges and are part of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands. Both Kalka and Pipalyatjara are peaceful places. This is a result of strong governance, cultural engagement and pride among local Anangu.

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 a range of $65,000-$70,000 per annum (cash component). In addition, other competitive allowance and entitlements are also offered and will be discussed at the interview.

If you are interested in applying please read the job application package at:

Applications close Monday 23rd July.

Ninuku Artists Molly Miller, Josephine Mick, Monica Watson, Renee Larry, and Yangi Yangi Fox. Photo Mel Henderson
25 June23 July 2018
Pipalyatjara, SA