APY Art Centre infrastructure project

APY Infrastructure

Ananguku Arts and Culture Aboriginal Corporation has received funding for two major infrastructure projects, as follows:

  1. APY art centre upgrades:$2 840 000 from the Australian Government Department of Regional Australia to upgrade and build new art centre infrastructure at six locations on the Anangu Pitjatjantjara Yankunytjatjara Lands (APY Lands) in the far northwest of South Australia. The purpose of the project is to support the infrastructure needs and the economic growth of art centres on the APY Lands as follows (from east to west):
    1. Iwantja Arts, Iwantja: New men’s painting room and refurbishment of art centre
    2. Mimili Maku, Mimili: New men’s painting room, new women’s painting room, office and wet area
    3. Kaltjiti Arts, Kaltjiti: New men’s painting room, re-roofing and refurbishment of existing painting area
    4. Ernabella Arts, Pukatja: New men’s painting room, refurbish office, replace services
    5. Tjala Arts, Amata: Archives room
    6. Ninuku Arts, Kalka: New painting room
  2. Staff housing: $450 000 from the South Australian Government and $655 000 from the Australian Government to build new art centre staff housing at four locations on the Anangu Pitjatjantjara Yankunytjatjara Lands (APY Lands) in the far northwest of South Australia.
    The purpose of the project is to provide staff housing for a second member of staff at Ninuku, Tjala, and Ernabella art centres, and staff housing for the art centre manager at Mimili Maku art centre.

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