Volunteer FAQ

Skilled volunteers can make an important contribution to our projects.

Volunteer FAQ

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the art centre.  The centre has limited resources and skilled volunteers can make an important contribution to our projects.  We have a process to manage volunteers as it is important that we are able to match your skill set to our projects.

The art centre is recruiting volunteers who can work off-site / on-line and have skills in these areas; fundraising, media and public relations, grant writing and collection management.

We are also interested in talking to volunteers interested in working on-site that have experience in building maintenance and photographic lighting studio set up.

To apply for a volunteer position please send an email with your CV, including two references to art@milingimbiart.com .

How much time do I need to commit?

Online volunteering is flexible and  2-3 hours per week would be good.  We also schedule phone or skype calls which can be done out of hours to help support our volunteers and their project work.

On-site volunteering is flexible depending on the agreed tasks and objectives. Around two weeks is a good starting point to consider.

What does the art centre provide?

The art centre has limited resources, we are unable to pay for costs incurred eg internet, phone calls or travel expenses.

Milingimbi Art and Culture Aboriginal Corporation

The Milingimbi Art and Culture Aboriginal Corporation is a community owned Art Centre that maintains an important position in the national art and cultural arena. Milingimbi Art and Culture has a long history of producing works steeped in active cultural practice such as barks, ceremonial poles, carvings and weavings. Works from Milingimbi are integral to important collections in many National and International institutions.

Contact us

Northern Territory 0822
P: (+61) 8987 9888
E: art@milingimbiart.com

Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that this website may contain images and voices of deceased persons.

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