Saturday, January 17, 2009

Not quite Tribal Art - but close enough for many.

Stepping a little outside the subject arena but still within the geography of Australia, we thought this little item might be of interest.

After all, some of the Aboriginal art we offer at, comes from the land down under.

It's being billed as "the best job in the world" - six months working as a "caretaker" on Hamilton Island in Australia's Great Barrier Reef.

The job comes with a pay packet of nearly £70,000 (US$100,000) and a rent-free three-bedroom villa, complete with pool.

In return, the successful applicant will be expected to spend the six-month contract exploring the idyllic surroundings, filing weekly blog, photo diary and video updates and conducting "ongoing media interviews".


The first step in securing this role is to send a 60-second video application explaining why you are the ideal person for it.

For the full story, click this link:

A tip of the hat to for this lead.


Eva said...

I think it's great that you offer Aboriginal art and support this unique and beautiful art from Australia.

And this job really is the job of my dreams... *sighs*

Jamwes said...

I would love to have that job!