Working at Manupi Arts

Working at Manupi Arts

Categories: Employment, Job Seekers, Pirlangimpi

Manupi Arts and TITEB work closely together. Many local artists work at Manupi, and CDP participants have also been helping with preparations for building works about to commence.

A team of capable guys have moved an amazing amount of artwork and supplies from the arts centre into the storeroom at the shop. It’s been heavy, hard, dusty work, but the guys have moved everything in a few days.

The building project offers further employment opportunity for locals. Part of the art centre will be gutted and refurbished for offices and a gallery, and then a new studio will be added, as well as a storeroom, archive room and a stretching room for paintings. It will be a whole new work space for everyone.

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