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Arts NT Ebulletin


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


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Northern Territory Government

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Arts NT ebulletin


issue 22

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Opportunities National National Arts and Disability Strategy Survey Closes 16 July In October 2009, the Cultural Ministers Council of all nine state, territory and federal arts ministers, released the National Arts and Disability Strategy. The Strategy addresses the rights of people with a disability to have access to, and full participation in, arts and cultural activities in Australia. The National Arts and Disability Strategy was developed by the Cultural Ministers Council after a national public consultation process with over 100 responses in addition to input from peak bodies including Arts Access Australia. Now that the Strategy has been created it looks for responses towards the priorities outlined in the document to inform the government. The survey can be accessed at: W: www.surveymonkey.com/NADS Regional Arts Australia: Call for Arts and Health - Book of Stories Closing 4 August Regional Arts Australia and the National Rural Health Alliance are working together to produce a book that highlights stories about arts and health projects from regional Australia. For this book to be a success, stories and photographs are needed to produce a book that is visually beautiful and tells strong lively stories backed up by stunning images and a sound evidence-base. Regional Arts Australia is looking for stories that show how the arts and health can work together to achieve positive health and wellbeing outcomes. We want to include a broad range of stories in terms of art form, health issue, location and beneficiaries. To be eligible for consideration projects must have: occurred in regional Australia or must have had regional Australians as their primary beneficiaries been completed or be nearly complete happened sometime within the last three years For the submission forms and more information visit: W: www.regionalarts.com.au Australia Council for the Arts Various Grant Categories Australia Council for the Arts, as the Australia Governments arts funding and advisory body, is offering 58 grant categories and initiatives to support artists careers and arts practice. Grants are for the development and the presentation of music, literature, dance, theatre, visual arts, new media and community partnerships. Some selected grants are: Australia Council for the Arts: Visual Arts Grants - Closing 16 August Visual arts grants are available to craftspeople, designers, media artists, visual artists, arts writers and curators and arts organisations to develop their skills and to present and promote contemporary Australian craft, design, media and visual arts to audiences in Australia and overseas. Additionally residency grants support excellence in the arts by providing professional development opportunities for craftspeople, designers, media artists and visual artists. Australia Council for the Arts: Dance Grants - Closing 27 August Dance grants encourage artists to take time to develop a work over the course of its life cycle. This can include national and international reciprocal partnerships; professional development programs such as mentor programs; masterclasses; workshops; international exchanges; management support and peer evaluation. Infrastructure costs will not be supported. Additionally a Fellowship grant can provide an individual who has an outstanding record in dance with the financial support to undertake an extensive program of creative or professional development over a period of two years. Australia Council for the Arts: Inter-Arts Grants - Closing 1 December Inter-Arts Project grants support artists investigating emerging artistic practice through http://www.surveymonkey.com/NADS http://www.regionalarts.com.au/

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