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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

Quick News: Vanessa Huttchins Arts Worker Vanessa Huttchins is off to join the Sydney Festival team to manage All Tomorrows Parties, a music event on Cockatoo Island, curated by legendary Nick Cave. Vanessa is away from ArtbackNT till February 2009 and will resume a consultancy role with them. Vanessa will be available for freelance projects next year ranging from project management, production, lighting, technical and training. Opportunities- NT National Youth Week Grants - 2009 "Make a Move" Closing 28 November Grants of up to $2000 are available for drug and alcohol free entertainment, youth development and leadership programs held during National Youth Week 2009, March 28 - April 5. Grants are also available for the establishment of local regional Coordination Committees. For guidelines and an application form "Make a Move" contact the Office of Youth Affairs on: T: 1800 652 736 W: www.youth.nt.gov.au Harmony Grants Closing 28 November The Northern Territory Government implements a variety of programs and services to meet the needs of Territorians. One of these programs is for Harmony Day. Harmony Day sponsorship grants demonstrate the government's commitment to assist migrant and ethnic Territorians to expand their own and the Territorys social and cultural development. The aim of Harmony Day is to provide an opportunity for all Territorians to celebrate our cultural diversity and harmony through events that promote cultural awareness. For more information contact: T: 08 8999 3880 E: multiculturalaffairs.dcm@nt.gov.au W: www.nt.gov.au Charles Darwin University Acquisitive Sculpture Award Closing 28 November This inaugural award is a component of the Universitys celebration of the contribution that Charles Darwin made to science and society and is launched in 2009 to coincide with the bicentenary of his birth. The Bi-ennial Award will lead to the creation of a walking sculpture park on the university campus that will be accessible to and visited by the Darwin community. It underpins the desire of the university to add cultural value to its community and to offer new ways for the community to interact with the university infrastructure as identified in the Universitys Futures Framework. Work entered for this Inaugural Award will be expected to respond to the theme of Charles Darwins contribution to Science and Society in some way. For more information visit: W: www.darwin200.org.au DVAA Proposals for Feb - June 2009 Deadline extended to 7 December The deadline for proposals has been extended for the Darwin Visual Arts Association 2009 Wood Street Gallery exhibition program. Expressions of interest are also sought for Darwin Experimental Art Foundation (DEAF) Space. For more information or advice, contact Talitha at DVAA: T: 08 8981 9351 E: info@dvaa.net.au W: www.dvaa.net.au Charles See Kee Awards Closing 19 December The Charles See Kee Awards, were established by the Northern Territory Government in 2004. The awards recognise and celebrate people, organisations and initiatives that have made a valuable contribution towards the advancement of multiculturalism in the Northern Territory. The criteria for these awards are deliberately broad because the advancement of multiculturalism in the Northern Territory can be achieved in many ways by individuals, organisations or through specific initiatives. The Charles See Kee Awards provide an opportunity to showcase and recognise achievements and contributions in promoting our harmonious and multicultural society. For more http://www.youth.nt.gov.au/ http://www.youth.nt.gov.au/ mailto:multiculturalaffairs.dcm@nt.gov.au http://www.nt.gov.au/dcm/multicultural/grants/harmony.html http://www.darwin200.org.au/events/event-details/sculptureaward.html mailto:info@dvaa.net.au http://www.dvaa.net.au/


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