Territory Stories

Arts NT Ebulletin

Details:

Title

Arts NT Ebulletin

Creator

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

Collection

Arts NT ebulletin; E-Journals; PublicationNT; Arts NT ebulletin

Date

2008-11-14

Notes

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).

Language

English

Subject

Arts; Periodicals; Artists; Northern Territory

Publisher name

Northern Territory Government

Place of publication

Darwin

Series

Arts NT ebulletin

Volume

issue 22

File type

application/pdf

Copyright owner

Northern Territory Government

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/179611

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/717160

Page content

General News Australia Council reaffirms commitment to arts in education The governing body of the Australia Council for the Arts has reaffirmed its commitment to strengthening the creative arts in the national education curriculum. At its last meeting in Melbourne, the governing Council resolved to work closely with government to make arts an integral part of Australias national education landscape. W: www.australiacouncil.gov.au/news/ Celebrating Community with Festival Australia Thirty-seven festivals around Australia will share in more than $497,000 under the latest round of Festivals Australia funding announced today by Arts Minister, Peter Garrett. This funding, through the Festivals Australia program, recognises the importance of these events in encouraging creativity and in providing a boost to local economies, with many festivals drawing visitors from far and wide. Darwin's Evolution at the Snap it Up! Festival in Darwin is one of the recipients of this funding. The Festival will offer a series of workshops for young people investigating the evolution of 'our town' with images, installations and short performances. The closing date for the next round of Festivals Australia funding is 15 February 2009. W: www.arts.gov.au/festivals Future Vision for the Northern Territory Screen Industry Future planning for the Northern Territory screen industry is underway with the first step exploring a vision for the industry over the next 10 years. Northern Territory Film Office (NTFO) Director Penelope McDonald said the future of our screen industry in the Northern Territory will be the focus of meetings in Alice Springs and Darwin with a steering committee established to oversee the process. W: http://www.nt.gov.au/nreta/publications/media/pdf/2008/11/20081103_screen_vision.pdf ABS Arts and Culture in Australia: A Statistical Overview, 2008 Arts and Culture in Australia: A Statistical Overview, 2008 (First edition) (cat. no. 4172.0) was released on the ABS website. This includes up-to-date data, including updated Census figures. Featured articles are Cultural Encounters Australia's Arts and Heritage Volunteers; Cultural Attendance by Persons with a Disability; Art Galleries Fact Sheet; Libraries Fact Sheet; Museums Fact Sheet. W: www.abs.gov.au Business Structures and Governance: A practical Guide for the Arts Arts Laws latest handbook, Business Structures and Governance: A Practical Guide for the Arts is now available. It contains information about business structures frequently used by artists and arts organizations in Australia, including partnerships, co-operatives, unincorporated and incorporated associations, and companies. The guide can be used to help you decide which structure will be most suitable for you and your organization. It provides helpful information about starting up an organization and meeting your ongoing legal obligations. W: www.artslaw.com.au Artist Benefit from Royalties Scheme The Hon Peter Garrett AM, Minister for the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts (DEWHA), has recently announced a new resale royalty scheme designed to ensure visual artists receive a portion of the proceeds from the resale of their works. W: http://www.arts.gov.au/artists/resale_royalty Big Story Country Great Arts Stories from Regional Australia Big Story Country showcase stories about the great, the curious, the inspirational and the most creative arts and artistic events that have happened in the towns, cities and remote communities of regional Australia. Along with its predecessors, Heartwork (2004) and The Great Yarn Event (1998), Big Story Country is a permanent reminder of the powerful role of the arts in the heart of regional Australia. You can download a copy from: W: www.regionalarts.com.au http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=001RBpgAg31FTYo6O2bj0lRHgTUjYU6-YMzAk8pJHU8oaGIMHvxbfxNnS4oc14Wktn08DABIAH2DMae8Pn72-UhMonWEtU9sCvjlDNCGCQn9VGAeF4XUetGT59-Y-qgleUqPxb_llJAnll0l7Ha9k2KTg== http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/news/news_items/australia_council_reaffirms_commitment_to_arts_in_education http://www.nt.gov.au/nreta/publications/media/pdf/2008/11/20081103_screen_vision.pdf http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/4172.0 http://www.artslaw.com.au/Publications/Books/BusinessStructures.asp http://www.arts.gov.au/artists/resale_royalty http://www.environment.gov.au/minister/garrett/2008/mr20081003.html


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