Hundreds of travel agents in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney are being targeted at the NT Muster roadshow with the message the NT is the premier destination for Aboriginal arts and culture.
Tickets are now on sale for the Territory's premier event on the sporting calendar, the 2019 NT Sports Awards.
Minister for Tourism, Sport and Culture, Lauren Moss today announced an investment of $200,000 into 12 arts projects across the Territory.
A landmark exhibition of the most significant collection of early Papunya paintings, Tjunguṉutja: from having come together officially opens next weekend at the Araluen Arts Centre in Alice Springs.
A joint arts project with local Darwin artist Aly de Groot and Groote Eylandt artists Annabel Amagula and Maicie Lalara that creatively addresses the issue of plastic pollution in our oceans has been selected to participate in the 2019 Asialink Arts Creative Exchange program.
An estimated $1.2 million dollars is expected to flow into the Alice Springs region when 400 museum and gallery professionals meet for the Australian Museums and Galleries Association National Conference (AMaGA) in May.
Hundreds of people are expected to converge on Alice Springs this weekend for the much-anticipated FABalice Festival. The inaugural three-day event has a wide range of attractions and entertainment planned to celebrate love, pride and the colourful Alice Springs community.
Northern Territory’s multi-disciplinary artist Cj Fraser-Bell is set to unveil original works and launch two zines to conclude the 2018 Creative in Residence program at the Northern Territory Library tonight.
The Territory Labor Government is bringing back the Arafura Games, and with them comes the chance to see some of the Territory’s biggest entertainment names on stage at the star-studded Opening and Closing Celebrations.
The Darwin Waterfront’s Recreation Lagoon and beach area has been temporarily closed to swimmers due to recent weather conditions.