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1404, 2022

Notice of Annual General Meeting

April 14, 2022|

Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting and Special General Meeting for Red Hot Arts Central Australia will be held on Wednesday 11 May 2022. All members and interested persons are invited to attend. Location:              67 Bath Street Alice Springs NT Time:                    SGM 5.20pm Wednesday, 11 May 2022           [...]

2503, 2022

Expressions of Interest for Desert Festival 2022 Now Open!

March 25, 2022|

We want YOU! Calling all artists and creative folk - Desert Festival 2022 expressions of interest are now open! From works of visual art, poetry, dance, theatre, music and more, Desert Festival is the perfect opportunity to showcase your act or art. This year Desert Festival will run from 22 September - 2 October. Please apply using the relevant form below (3 categories: [...]

1403, 2022

Are you our new Arts Development Officer?

March 14, 2022|

Red Hot Arts Central Australia are on the lookout for a dynamic person to join our team as Arts Development Officer. Position summary The Arts Development Officer is a hands-on position that promotes, facilitates, educates, and advocates for arts and cultural development in Central Australia. The role liaises closely with the local arts sector and provides insights and recommendations from the sector that inform [...]

2101, 2022

Join the Red Hot Arts Central Australia team!

January 21, 2022|

Are you passionate about the arts in Central Australia, and want to support local artists and the arts sector? Red Hot Arts Central Australia has two exciting opportunities to join its team! Red Hot Arts Central Australia is a non-profit arts organisation based in Alice Springs that provides accessible spaces, workshops, support and events to facilitate, promote and build the capacity of arts and local [...]

1911, 2021

Desert Festival secures three year funding

November 19, 2021|

Red Hot Arts Central Australia (RHACA) is excited to announce that it will receive $580,000 over three years from the Northern Territory Government to support Desert Festival, and fund a new Project Seed initiative. Received through the Community Benefit Fund’s Major Community Events grant program, the funding will play a vital role in RHACA’s ability to deliver Desert Festival for the next three years, [...]

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