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The Centralian advocate Fri 24 Jun 2016

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The Centralian advocate Fri 24 Jun 2016

Collection

Centralian Advocate; NewspaperNT

Date

2016-06-24

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Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Alice Springs; Tennant Creek (N.T.) -- Newspapers; Alice Springs (N.T.) -- Newspapers.; Australia, Central -- Newspapers

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Alice Springs

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application/pdf

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Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00456

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/262703

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/478166

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FRIDAY JUNE 24 2016 LIFESTYLE 33 V1 - CAVE01Z01MA YOUNG dancers aged between 11 and 19 have been invited to join in a school holiday program with a difference. Sprung Youth Dance will hold a weeklong holiday intensive led by Miriam Nicholls and Ben Hurley. During the program participants will learn contemporary dance and choreograph original work, which will all be filmed and presented as part of Incite Arts major project for 2016 entitled Unbroken Land. Ms Nicholls is a dance professional who has been teaching and performing in Alice Springs since 2006. Ben Hurley was an original member of Sprung Youth Dance who is now completing his final year of dance studies at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne. He is returning to Alice Springs to help teach this workshop intensive and inspire other young dancers. CEO of Incite Arts Jenine Mackay said the Sprung Youth Dance program was integral to the dance community of Alice Springs. We have been delivering workshops and performances for local youth since 2012, Ms Mackay said. We are proud of our alumni and excited to welcome Ben home to work with the next generation of Sprung dancers. Unbroken Land is an even ing promenade performance at Alice Springs Desert Park. It will be free to attend and will take place across September 16, 17 and 18. The show involves many artists and groups from a diverse community and celebrates home and belonging. The holiday intensive is free and will run from June 27-July 1, 10am to 1pm. It is open to youth that have some experience in dance, or are interested to learn more. Only 20 spaces available for the holiday intensive, so contact Miriam at dustyfeetdance@gmail.com for a place. Venue to be confirmed. This years Sprung Youth Dance event will run from June 27-July 1. The double screening will take place at the Alice Springs RSL, Schwarz Crescent. Adult tickets are $5; children under 12 years are free. For more info contact the RSL on 8952 2868. RIGHT: A piece from Conway Ginger Portraits which opens at Bindi on Saturday, 2pm. LIVELIVEAA LIVELIVEliceAA N L Feted artist shows portraits at Bindi BINDI in Alice Springs will play host to Conway Ginger Portraits, the first local solo show for an exciting emerging artist from the Mwerre Anthurre Artists (Bindi). Conway Gingers work has featured in exhibitions at Tali Gallery Sydney, Paul Johnson Gallery Darwin, Talapi Art and Design Alice Springs, and Melbournes Alcaston Gallery. He was also recently profiled in Art Collector magazine. Exhibition organiser Sandra Brown was excited to see the works be put on public display. This is something which weve been working towards for a long time, she said. Conways work is inspirational hes an amazing artist. This particular body of work introduces the viewer to Conways portraits, a unique insight into the world of a consummate mark maker. The works were each outlined in pen before receiving a dose of watercolour from the artist. He has always had the natural talent, Ms Brown said. We just helped him hone and refine his style. Conway Ginger Portraits will be officially opened on Saturday from 2-4pm at Bindi, 47 Elder St, Alice Springs. The exhibition will run until July 21 with works available for purchase. Jim Robertson Dance program offers ideal step up Classic RSL double feature AN outdoor double feature screening will be held tonight from 5.30pm at the Alice Springs RSL where you can enjoy classic flicks Finding Nemo and The Castle. The gates open at 5.30pm allowing punters to secure their favourite spot before the first film starts 6.30pm. Film goers are encouraged to bring along their own blankets, bean bag or camp chair. There is hot food, drinks, popcorn, ice creams and tea/ coffee all available for purchase. The Alice Springs RSL will host an outdoor cinema screening tonight. !" "rbub| o= |_; -m7 $_; b1; "rubm]v;-mb; ;v- YYou are invited to celebrate the 20th anniversary of one of Australias most quirky cultural events: The Alice Springs Beanie Fesval. Opening night brings a carnival of music, performance, food, art and of course, beanies! DDrop into Beanie Central to purchase your own head warmer before heading to the galleries to see the most innovave millinery styles. --r;mbm]$omb]_|rl $!&!$" $!" ! ) " TThe Araluen Arts Centre is now open from 10am on Saturdays and Sundays. Perfect for visitors on their way to the airport or locals enjoying an earlier start. Why not make a morning of it with a coffee at Yaye's Cafe from 8am8am before heading to the Araluen Galleries ? -;ub;vor;m7-b=uol -l|orl The Araluen Arts Centre, located within the Araluen Cultural Precinct, is home to some of the most significant arsc and cultural experiences in Alice Springs. IIn its four galleries and 500 seat theatre the Araluen Arts Centre presents an annual program of exhibions, theatre and film, and hosts iconic events such as the naonally significant Desert Mob. Whats On at the Araluen Theatre and Galleries Facebook.com/TheRockBarAliceSprings The Rock Bar Ph: 8953 8280 Gig Guide THE ROCK BAR FRI LATE SCRATCHING FROM 10PM, SAT WOLFPACK AMADEUS FROM 10PM, SUN DAN EC FROM 8:30PM, THURS DJ FORTE FROM 10:00PM ROCKBAR IS ALWAYS LOOKING FOR NEW LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL TALENT, IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR SOME GIGS, DROP IN ANY TIME TO DISCUSS WITH OUR MANAGEMENT TEAM. JUICY RUMP FRI GARETH FROM 5:00PM @ TALI & FROM 7:30PM @ JUICY RUMP + DJ BEN HASTING FROM 10:30PM, SAT DJ MARK FORMOSO FROM 10:30PM, WED OMI FROM 8:00PM UNCLES TAVERN FRI KARAOKE FROM 9:30PM, TUES MUSICAL BINGO FROM 7:00PM, THURS LES FOSTER GILLEN CLUB SUN BINGO FROM 2:30PM GLEN HELEN HOMESTEAD LODGE FRI TO MON CHRIS ARONSTEN FROM 7:30PM EDITORS NOTE Would you like your gig in our free weekly gig guide? Call the Centralian Advocate on 8950 9777 or email to ceneditorial@aliceadvocate.com.au for a mention in every Friday edition.


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