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Writing your Life Workshop with Patti Miller 22 November The mistress of memoir writing is returning to Alice Springs. Patti Miller received rave reviews from the previous Life Writing workshop she ran in May. She returns to inspire and assist those with memoir projects in mind or in progress, and to follow up with previous workshop participants. Cost: NTWC members $100/$60 concession, non-members $120/$80 concession. For more information contact Michael on: T: 08 8952 3810 E: email@example.com Creative Industries Workshop 25 November, 8.30am-4pm, Business and Innovation Centre, Desert Knowledge Precinct Of interest to: ICT Industry network members; Screen Content businesses; Art Networks; Photo visual businesses; Media businesses; Multi media businesses; Universities/Trainers; Advertising businesses; Government support agencies. For more information contact Joy Taylor, Desert Knowledge Australia on: T: 08 8959 6016 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Musical Director sought for Alice Springs Choral Society The Alice Springs Choral Society seeks expressions of interest for a new choral director. The choir sings mainly classical repertoire and is unauditioned. Please contact Michele Castagna: T: 08 89515177 Opportunities Katherine Public Art workshops for artists - An artist's' perspective 17 November, 1-5pm, Katherine Town Council Arts NT in collaboration with the Katherine Regional Arts presents the final workshop in the Public Art series. The workshop is aimed at artists and other professionals interested in the field of public art. Presenters are Pip Mc Manus (NT 2007 Declan Apuatimi / JBird Fellowship recipient), Vicky Couzens (VIC), Techy Masero (NT) and Michelle Broun (Arts Program Officer, Arts NT). Please RSVP by 13 November at Katherine Regional Arts 8971 0928 or email@example.com. For more information about the workshop contact Michelle Broun at Arts NT. T: 08 8999 6127. Opportunities- National Wilson HTM National Art Prize Closing 28 November Entries are now open for the Wilson HTM National Art Prize. Launched in 2007, the Wilson HTM National Art Prize is an acquisitive art award open to emerging Australian based visual artists practising in any media. Supported by Wilson HTM Investment Group and managed by cultural development agency Artworkers, the award was devised with the aim to acknowledge the difficulties faced by artists in terms of national and international recognition for achievement; and the difficulties faced in regards to long-term financial stability. The prizes for the 2009 award include an acquisitive $10,000 primary prize (a $5000 cash payment and an investment portfolio to the value of $5000), a $1,500 non-acquisitive Highly Commended runners-up prize, and a $1,000 Wilson HTM Encouragement Award. For the 2009 award - up to 12 finalists will be chosen to feature in an exhibition. W: www.artworkers.org Linden Postcard Show Closing 1 December Entries are now open for small format contemporary work. Six works are selected each year to be reproduced and sold on Linden Postcards. For more information contact Linden - Centre for Contemporary Arts for further details: E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.lindenarts.org mailto:email@example.com mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org mailto:email@example.com mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.lindenarts.org/
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