The Araluen Arts Centre is excited to announce Tjulpu Thipe!, the first standalone exhibition of sculptural works to be held at Araluen by Batchelor Institute visual arts students from the Alice Springs Correctional Centre.
Expressions of Interest are open for the new Strategic Arts Program. Department of Tourism and Culture, Director Arts NT, Angela Hill said the Strategic Arts Program seeks to fund new initiatives to grow a sustainable arts sector, support the independent and freelance sector and increase opportunities for artists with a disability across the NT
The Darwin Waterfront Corporation has reopened the Recreation Lagoon for swimming.
Tourism and Culture Chief Executive Officer Alastair Shields today announced the appointment of award winning filmmaker Sally Ingleton to lead Screen Territory as its new Director starting from 29 May this year.
Tickets are now on sale for the Round 14 NRL match between the Parramatta “Territory” Eel’s and the North Queensland Cowboys in Darwin on 10 June.
Chief Minister Michael Gunner today confirmed that the historic Old Hospital site would be preserved for the Territory public and form the site of a major new Museum of the Northern Territory.
In a national first, Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss today announced that Northern Territory Parks are joining forces with Jawoyn Rangers to use traditional Indigenous fire management to reduce damaging wildfires at Nitmiluk National Park.
Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss today announced Nitmiluk National Park will receive $10 million over the next four years for infrastructure upgrades to improve the visitor experience.
During routine water pump maintenance yesterday, unfiltered sea-water was inadvertently pumped into the Darwin Waterfront’s Recreation Lagoon. During water testing shortly after, two jellyfish specimens were found and the Recreation Lagoon is now closed.
The Department of Tourism and Culture, Acting Executive Director Arts and Museums, Patrick Gregory is encouraging Territorians to remember the 75th Anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin with the commemorative plate program now being extended just in time for Anzac Day.