Central Australian Aboriginal art to illuminate the Red Centre: 22 September – 1 October The second annual Parrtjima – A Festival in Light will illuminate Alice Springs with extraordinary contemporary art by some of Central Australia’s most celebrated Aboriginal artists over 10 nights from Friday, 22 September to Sunday, 1 October 2017, as revealed in the new creative program announced today.
The Portrait of a Senior Territorian Art Award and exhibition has concluded for 2017 with the announcement of Penca Rafiqi as the winner of this year’s People’s Choice Award.
In a significant win for the Top End tourism industry, the Territory Labor Government has today welcomed the arrival of Ponant’s luxury French expedition ship l’Austral in to Darwin Harbor to home port in Darwin from August to September 2017.
The Territory Wildlife Park (TWP) has today launched Stage One of CROC HEADQUARTERS – a new interpretative education hub on Crocodiles.
The Department of Tourism and Culture is inviting Territory artists, arts organisations and groups to apply for up to $20,000 in funding as part of the Regional Arts Fund (RAF) program launching today.
The Territory Labor Government, in partnership with Cricket Australia, will host the Australian test cricket team in Darwin today as they prepare for their upcoming Test series against Bangladesh.
In a boost for local jobs and the NT screen industry, the Territory Labor Government is providing funds to a new Talent Camp for emerging filmmakers and storytellers.
The Northern Territory Government is calling for volunteers to help bring to life the second annual Parrtjima – A Festival in Light in Alice Springs from Friday, 22 September to Sunday, 1 October 2017.
Minister for Corporate and Information Services Lauren Moss will be in Canberra tomorrow to hold a range of meetings with Federal Government Ministers and Senators.
Experience Indonesia’s rich culture through food, entertainment and music this Saturday at Pesona Indonesia at the Darwin Waterfront from 4 pm to 8.30 pm.