Northern Territory

AMaGA NT is a small committee of dedicated museum and gallery professionals and practitioners who volunteer their time to support AMaGA Territory members and represent Territory practitioners and volunteers to the national association. In its work, the committee strives to enhance the value of Australia’s collections, public programs and stories, and believes this is best achieved by sharing knowledge, developing skills, inspiring innovation and providing leadership in protecting and promoting our arts and cultural heritage.

AMaGA NT Organisational members

Araluen Arts Centre 
Batchelor Museum 
Charles Darwin University Art Gallery 
Charles Darwin University Nursing Museum
Gong Wanhurr Indigenous Corporation 
Heritage Alice Springs
Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory 
National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame 


AMaGA NT Committee

The Committee has a two-year term. The Committee generally meets (in Darwin and by teleconference in Alice Springs) quarterly as a minimum and once a year for an Annual General Meeting.


  • President: Wendy Garden (Library & Archives NT)
  • Secretary: Felicity Green (Araluen Art Centre)
  • Treasurer: Carolyn McLennan (Art Conservation)

Committee Members

  • Jared Archibald (Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory)
  • Josef De Beer (Museum of Central Australia)
  • Neville Jones
  • Kevin Lucas (Gong Wanhurr Indigenous Corporation)
  • Marcus Schutenko (Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory)
  • Christine Tarbett-Buckley
  • Wendy Wood (Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory)

Meeting Schedule (2021)

Dates to be confirmed.

Conference Bursaries 

AMaGA NT provides travel bursaries annually to support member attendance at the Australian Museums and Galleries Association National Conference.  Non-members may also apply but are required to join AMaGA on being awarded a bursary.

In 2019. $7,520 was awarded in bursaries by the Committee to 14 successful applicants, to assist with costs associated with attending the 2019 national conference (At the Centre, Alice Springs, May 2019).  


To decide what kind of activities would benefit our members, we’d love your feedback on how we can support the work you do in the sector.  What kind of professional development activities would be of most benefit to your work? We’d also like to  social activities to help us get to know each other better, share ideas, and just enjoy the company of others who are also passionate about museums.  Let us know if you have any ideas, share your thoughts here:

Upcoming activities

Details of events for 2021 will be available shortly. 


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