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POSITION AVAILABLE: ABORIGINAL ARTS PROJECT CURATOR

Are you passionate about Indigenous arts? Do you want to contribute to and support regional creative communities? Orana Arts is seeking applications for a part-time (21 hours a week) Aboriginal Arts Project Curator to assist the Orana Arts team in delivering and developing exhibitions under the OA Aboriginal arts programs across the Orana region.

Position Description
You will be assisting with wide-ranging curatorial activities including contributing to ATSIA programs plans and strategies; community liaison and consultation; project support and development; managing creative performances and exhibitions; communications and marketing; and facilitating workshops across various locations. This role will also be supported by the Western Plains Cultural Centre, which provides the AAPC an opportunity to work with the WPCC curatorial team.

The AAPC will work with the Project Manager to curate a culturally appropriate exhibition utilising a cross-disciplinary approach — in keeping with the innovative approach of the CETA program. Through this process the curator will gain experience in planning an exhibition; sourcing content; approaching and working with artists; liaising with community; working with the Project Manager and the Communications Manager to execute and promote the exhibition. 

The Aboriginal Arts Project Curator will be required to:
assist in the development of partnerships, opportunities, programs and projects with creatives, organisations and community groups to enhance creative skills, practice and knowledge
— oversee the OA exhibition space at the WPCC
— support the development of artists database
— assist in ATSIA programs communications
— curate Aboriginal Arts exhibition 

Skills and Experience
The successful candidate will:
— be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage
— have a keen interest in regional Aboriginal Arts and culture
— have a demonstrated capacity to contribute to the development and implementation of an Aboriginal Arts and Culture projects and team
— hold an Employee Working with Children Check (mandatory)
— be prepared to undertake an Australian Criminal History Check (mandatory)
— hold a current NSW Driver’s Licence (mandatory) and be willing to travel
— be motivated and reliable

Please submit your application, including a cover letter and resumé, by 5pm, Friday 1 February 2019. To speak with someone about this exciting opportunity, please contact:

Alicia Leggett
Executive Director
0429 945 811
rado@oranaarts.com

Please note: you must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or a permanent resident to apply for this position. This role as been funded by Create NSW from the Creative Koori initiative and is a six month contract position.

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