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Galnyatj Culture and Education Coordinator – applications now open

Kaiela Arts in Shepparton is seeking applications from local Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people for a part time Galnyatj Culture and Education Coordinator. $50,000 – 60,000 per annum pro rata (depending on experience and qualifications) plus superannuation 15.2 hrs p/w, 12 months fixed term commencing in early January 2023 This position is an Identified Aboriginal …

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Galynatj Teacher Artist Training Program

Kaiela Arts is offering local First Nations artists living in the Greater Shepparton region, a chance to join us in our Galynatj Teacher Artist Training Program.Previous teaching experience is not essential but a passion for creativity, sharing culture, ability to relate with children and young people, and good communication skills are a must!Expressions of Interest …

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Kaiela deya, manu nyananan

Kaiela deya, manu nyananan (River here, is home to all of us)

We are excited to share with you an artwork by Kaiela Arts artists which has been installed in the SAM Window.   Kaiela deya, manu nyananan (River here, is home to all of us) is a collaborative piece by artists Jack Anselmi, Suzanne Atkinson, Tammy-Lee Atkinson, Frances Nicholson, Eva Ponting and Lyn Thorpe.  ‘This artwork expresses our …

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Kaiela Arts Newsletter July-December 2021

We are excited to share with you our latest newsletter where you will find a letter from our Manager Angie Russi, photos from Turtle Muster on the lake, upcoming exhibition and workshop details, Education and Public Programs updates, and profiles on some of our artists. Please click on the link below to read the full newsletter.