The Territory Labor Government’s vison to build an Iconic National Indigenous Art Gallery in Alice Springs has received a major boost with a host of prominent industry experts joining the project Steering Committee.
Expressions of interest are invited for Mandarin speaking tour guides from across Australia to take part in a Knowledge for Tour guides program to be facilitated by the Department of Tourism and Culture, Charles Darwin University and Parks Australia.
The Parks and Wildlife Commission NT (PWCNT) have trapped a 3.4 metre saltwater crocodile in the first gorge at Nitmiluk National Park near Katherine.
Three Territory artists have been announced as Creative in Residence to take part in a new program that will produce exciting art works in collaboration with some of the Territory’s most iconic cultural venues.
Tourism NT’s latest advertising campaign featuring images of the Territory’s stunning Top End Landscapes and incredible adventures and flight deals on offer, is set to take over Brisbane for the next two months.
Territory singer and songwriter Ben Evolent (Joshua Tarca) has launched a new music video for his song Next Time.
Fleetwood Mac fans will be able to sing along to all their favourite songs when the Araluen Arts Centre presents Go Your Own Way: The Story of Christine McVie on Saturday 1 April, 2017.
The Araluen Arts Centre will open a new exhibition I used to be an artist to commemorate the life of Alice Springs artist Iain Campbell this Friday.
Children and families are invited on an exciting and educational journey when Patch Theatre Company presents Emily Loves to Bounce at the Araluen Arts Centre from 29 – 30 March, 2017.
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