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DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND MUSEUMS NEWSLETTER 6 Arts NT Bite Size Arts News Arts NT is excited to launch its Bite Size Arts News on Mail Chimp developed by Regional Arts Broker, Nicole Sarfati in Alice Springs. Bite Size Arts News promotes arts opportunities such as funding, workshops, prizes, forums and initiatives to subscribers. Bite Size Arts News has been forwarding arts news via email for around 5 years and is now happy to progress from a manual to an automated digital platform that will allow for easier access for subscribers and more efficient system to manage its 550+ viewers. If you think you have opportunities relevant for inclusion in Bite Size Arts please email your request to: arts.office@ nt.gov.au. Check out the new format by subscribing here. Screen Territory with a fresh approach to the topic, one that has not been previously explored and that will bring new insights to the audience. The filmmakers selected will have mentoring support from the ABC and Screen Australia, as well as Screen Territory. Screen Territory partnered with ABC Arts earlier this year for Art X* North, a series of 3 short documentaries made by Territorians that profiled Aly de Groot, Jacki Fleet and Nonggirrnga Marawili. Art X* North filmmakers included documentaries from directors Tim Screen Territory is partnering with ABC Television and Screen Australia in a new series initiative, Art Bites, thats set to uncover fresh, engaging and entertaining arts content from emerging Australian filmmakers. This is an excellent opportunity to foster Territory documentary makers through creating a series that illuminates the vibrancy of arts in the Northern Territory, said Screen Territory Director, Penelope McDonald. With grants totalling $200 000 available, the initiative will fund four web series from around Australia that will premiere on the new ABC Arts Channel iView. The successful web series will explore an aspect of arts in Australia, ideally Parish, who directed Ghost Story about the art of Ali de Groot, Ishmael Marika who directed a documentary about the art of Nonggirrnga Marawili, and Helen Browning who directed a documentary about the art of Jacki Fleet. Proposals will be assessed against the channels vision statement: where life and culture collide. The series should be designed to appeal to younger adult audiences. Applications close 10 January 2016. Araluen Arts Centre The 2016 Araluen Arts Centre Program has been released with a plethora of first class acts on offer next year. From acclaimed art awards and special exhibitions through to perennial favourites Circus Oz in August, and the Choir of Hard Knocks in June, the Centre is again offering something for everyone through its lively program. You can view the Araluen Arts Centre 2016 program here. Ghost Story, Aly de Groot. Photo courtesy of Resolution Media. mailto:arts.office%40nt.gov.au?subject= mailto:arts.office%40nt.gov.au?subject= http://artsandmuseums.us11.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=b3dac719c1472226794adf5fc&id=6863ae1711 http://www.artsandmuseums.nt.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/360147/AAC-Program-2016.pdf

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