Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss, has today announced the opening of Live Darwin Arts Program Round 2.
The Department of Tourism and Culture is excited to offer a bonanza of exciting and fun-filled programs these school holidays.
Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss, has today announced the opening of the 2017 NT History grants for projects delivered next year.
The Department of Tourism and Culture’s NT Institute of Sport (NTIS) has launched the 2017/18 Officiating Development Program, with key funding available to the Peak Sporting Bodies to develop qualified sport officials across the Territory.
Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss today announced the dynamic architecture partnership of troppo and ARM architects as the successful tenderer to lead the Territory Labor Government’s vision to establish a new Museum of the Northern Territory.
For the first time, the Territory Labor Government is offering four Arts Fellowships valued at up to $50,000 each for leading established NT artists and arts workers for professional development. The Fellowships will be awarded to a Top End and Central Australian artist, with the remaining two Fellowships offered to a professional arts worker and an Aboriginal artist or arts worker.
Monkey Baa Theatre Company return to Alice Springs with Diary of a Wombat, a new Australian play based on the multi-award winning picture book by Jackie French and Bruce Whatley.
The 101st and final prize-tagged barramundi for the Million Dollar Fish competition was released today ahead of season three of the competition starting on 1 October 2017. The competition will help lure in fishing fanatics from around the Territory, the country and even overseas, boosting jobs in both the tourism and recreational fishing sectors.
Improvements are being made at Florence Falls 4WD Campground with works to upgrade the walking track from the campground to the plunge pools, sealing of the access road, and completion of upgrades to the campsites due to commence on Monday 25 September.
The second annual Parrtjima – A Festival in Light is set to launch tonight, illuminating Alice Springs – home of the Arrernte – with extraordinary contemporary art by talented Aboriginal artists from around Central Australia over 10 nights.