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Arts NT Ebulletin



Arts NT Ebulletin


Northern Territory. Department of Natural Resources, Environment, the Arts and Sport


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Date:2010-07; This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).




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Arts NT ebulletin


issue 22

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Music NT Registrations for iNTune Music Conference now open Earlybird closes 16 July Music NT will present the second annual iNTune Music Conference for the Northern Territory music industry in Darwin from 27-28 August and Alice Springs from 10-12 September. The conference brings to the Northern Territory some of Australias leading music industry figures, for two days of panels, workshops and networking. In 2009 more than 90 delegates and 30 speakers attended iNTune 2009. This year the iNTune Music Conference will coincide with NT Music Month from 27 August 27 September 2010, which offers opportunities to Territory musicians to showcase their works and celebrate original NT music in events right across the Territory. For more info and to register visit: W: www.musicnt.com.au The Art of Business Seminars From Wed 21 July for 8 weeks Desert Knowledge Australia Outback Business Networks are inviting all artists from Outback Australia to participate in a fantastic professional development opportunity. Western Australian artist Jill Yelland will be delivering a cross-regional seminar series delivered by web and teleconference to existing or emerging small business operators in the Creative Industries. The Art of Business program focuses on how to create and sustain a commercially viable visual arts business. Cost: $99* (GST inc) More info: T: 1800 603 866 Music NT HOT SHOTS Music Photography Competition Closes 28 July HOT SHOTS is a Music Photography Competition designed to showcase Territory music through the eyes of the punter. It is a new music initiative from Music NT, which will run in conjunction with the iNTune Music Conference held both in Darwin and Alice Springs, in 2010, where the winning entries will be on display at Happy Yess in Darwin and at the Totem Theatre Alice Springs. Entry is free, and up to 6 shots can be entered per person. For further information visit W: www.musicnt.com.au NT Writers Centre Workshops offered in July Editing for business and government with Shelley Kenisberg Monday July 26, 9am-4pm at Frog Hollow conference room, McMinn St, Darwin Structural editing with Shelley Kenisberg Sunday July 25, 9am-4pm at Frog Hollow conference room, McMinn St, Darwin Poetry Masterclass with Chris Mansell Saturday July 31, 2-5pm at Frog Hollow conference room, McMinn St, Darwin Arts Reviewing with Maurice ORiordan Sunday, 1 August, 2-5pm at Frog Hollow conference room, McMinn St, Darwin For bookings contact: T: 08 8941 2651 E: info@ntwriters.com.au Katherine Prize 2010 Closes 30 July This competition is open to NT residents only. The subject matter needs to relate to or identify with the NT. There will be two award categories- B & J Lambert Art Acquisition Award, 2 dimensional works of any medium, $5000 cash prize. P & K Short Craft Acquisition Award, cash prize $2000. Entries & works will only be accepted between 26 to 30 July. For more information contact: T: 08 8972 5500 E: records@ktc.nt.gov.au http://musicnt.com.au/programs/intune/ http://www.musicnt.com.au/ mailto:info@ntwriters.com.au mailto:records@ktc.nt.gov.au

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