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July 2019

Public Art Masterplan

Tue July 2 @ 8:00 am - Thu August 1 @ 9:00 am

Alice Springs Town Council is developing a Public Art Masterplan 2019-2029. The masterplan will be a road map for future public art and builds on the Alice Springs Town Council Arts and Cultural Policy 2017- 2021 (can be found here), and the strategic objectives of the community developed Alice Springs Arts and Cultural Plan 2017 -2021 (can be found here). Public art denotes works of art designed for and located in a space accessible to the general public, and hence why Council…

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APAM 2020 Program of Gatherings Announced

Thu July 4 - Fri November 1

APAM Gatherings will be held at different festivals around the country diversifying experiences of Australian contemporary performance. Gatherings enable national and international presenters to see Australian work in context and under ideal conditions: full-scale, full-length, with uncompromised production values, and with a public audience. Gatherings for 2020 will be hosted at: Asia TOPA (Asia-Pacific Triennial of Performing Arts) | Melbourne, Vic | 24–28 February 2020 Darwin Festival | Darwin, NT | August 2020 For more information about APAM Gatherings read the APAM…

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44th Katherine Prize – calling all artists

Thu July 25 @ 8:00 am - Sat September 14 @ 5:00 pm
Katherine Prize call for entries

Call for entries is now open for artists interested in entering the 44th Katherine Prize. The awards are open to anyone who has been a bona fide resident of the Territory for at least 12 months to enter new original works that have not previously been exhibited in Katherine, and are structured as follows: Brian and Jeannette Lambert Award. The winning artist will receive a prize of $5000. The Katherine Town Council Award. The winning artist will receive a prize…

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Grease: The Musical Auditions

Sat July 27
Totem Theatre, 8 Wills Tce
Alice Springs, NT 0870 Australia
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Alice Springs Theatre Group is seeking singers, actors & dancers for our 2019 Musical Production of Grease. Auditons will be held on Saturday 27th July. Performance Season in November. ASTG musicals invariably sell-out! If you are interested in auditioning,  please call Tiana on 0437 635 208 to book a time. PLEASE PREPARE A SONG. Important - do not sing a song from Grease for your audition! Prepare a song of a similar style. BE PREPARED TO READ A SCENE AND DANCE…

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2020 Samstag Scholarships

Tue July 30

The Samstag Scholarship is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity open to Australian visual artists to complete a year-long placement in an international learning institution. The annual scholarships enable Australian artists to develop their artistic capacities and skills through a dedicated period of practice-based learning. Applicants can select to study an Associate Fellowship, complete a year of undergraduate or postgraduate study, or a similar year-long placement in a learning institution. For 2020, each scholarship covers costs for twelve months overseas, institutional fees for…

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August 2019

Australia Post Community Grants

Sun August 4

Australia Post’s Community Grants program is now open. Australia Post are offering grants of up to $10,000 for projects that help connect people through group activities, reduce barriers to participation in community life, and develop skills and leadership capability to strengthen community networks.   To be eligible to apply your organisation must be an incorporated not-for-profit based in Australia that provides benefits to the community. Applications close on 4th August 2019. CLICK HERE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CLICK HERE TO APPLY

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Regional Arts Fund – Project Round Now Open

Wed August 7

  The Project Grants stream offer grants of up to $20,000 and supports applications which benefit the community, increase access and participation, and/or provide direct benefits to artists and arts workers. Some examples are: delivering workshops in preparation for an event, research and/or developing new works, writing and creating a new publication, developing and presenting multi-arts performances, strengthening audience development and opportunities for collaborative partnerships with non-arts based organisations, coordinating, undertaking or providing a mentorship, collaborating with other artists to create…

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Northern Territory Major Events Company Event Funding

Fri August 9

Northern Territory Major Events Company’s event funding and industry development programs, aim to strengthen and increase the quality and capability of festivals and events in the Territory. In doing so, collectively we will positively impact the community and economy through attracting local, interstate and international visitation and fostering community pride. The primary objectives of the funding program are to: Create new and develop existing events that engage the local community, attract visitors and showcase the Northern Territory. Support improving the…

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Matched Funding now open for 2019/2020

Wed August 14

Calling small to medium arts organisations! Plus1 is open. Are you an arts organisation with a project to fund and a fundraising strategy in mind? Our 2019/2020 Plus1 matched funding program is now open for applications. With Plus1 matched funding, organisations can attract new donors, build valuable relationships and networks for new and diverse revenue sources and boost fundraising skills. Depending on the size of your organisation you could be eligible for up to $25,000 or up to $50,000 in matched funding. Head to our website for everything you need to apply,…

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Tucker Foundation Grants – Now Open

Fri August 16

The Tucker Foundation’s grant program is currently open.  Grants of up to $25,000 are available.   To be eligible to apply you must be a not-for-profit currently registered with the ACNC and an exempt entity under S995-1(1) of the Income Tax Assessment Act.   Your project must align with one or more of the Foundation’s aims.  These aims cover the arts, disadvantaged children, the protection of women from abuse, social change, environment and animal welfare. Applications close 16th August CLICK…

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Qantas Regional Grants – Now Open

Fri August 30

Qantas are offering the chance to share $5 million in grants - $1 million each year over five years - to charities, organisations, causes, projects and individuals that help deliver direct services or benefits to regional communities. Their new Regional Grants Program will provide financial, flight and marketing support to community groups and organisations to help further their causes and set them up for success. The Qantas Regional Grants program adds to their existing initiatives created to strengthen regional communities,…

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Community Benefit Fund – Major Grants Now Open

Sat August 31

The Community Benefit Fund: Major Community Grants Round 1  is open now. Eligible organisations are able to apply for amounts between $15,001 and $250,000. Application for Round 1 close 31st of August CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION FORM  

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September 2019

Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grants – Now Open

Tue September 10

The Cultural Trust is committed to encouraging excellence and supporting a vibrant, world-class arts scene in Australia. The Cultural Trust offers grants up to $10,000 to assist talented emerging and early career artists to take up professional development opportunities, usually overseas. We support applicants who can demonstrate both initiative and exceptional talent, together with an ability to convert their ambitions to reality. In particular, we are looking for well-researched and planned projects that make the most of the time spent overseas. The Trust primarily provides…

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Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal Grants

Tue September 24

Strengthening Rural Communities The Strengthening Rural Communities (SRC) program aims to give the thousands of small rural, regional and remote communities across Australia an opportunity to apply for funding that can support broad community needs. This program is an evolution of the long-running Small Grants for Rural Communities (SGRC) program that FRRR ran for 34 rounds over a 16 year period. The program criteria are deliberately flexible, and with applications being accepted all year round, communities have increased access to…

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Eutick Memorial Still Life Award 2019 Now Open

Fri September 27

A national art award in Australia dedicated to Still Life painting, the EMSLA is celebrating its thirteenth consecutive year in 2019 with a non-acquisitive $20,000 First Prize. EMSLA celebrates excellence in Still Life painting and welcomes the influences of impressionism, abstraction, realism and hyperrealism in all their permutations. Applications close 27th of September 2019 CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

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December 2019

The Northern Territory Creative Industries Strategy – How can you be involved?

Tue December 31

The development of a Creative Industries Strategy was identified in the NT Economic Development Framework as a key action to grow the economic impact of the creative industries sector.  Throughout 2019 consultation and research will be undertaken in order to deliver a five year strategy. Ensure your voice is part of the discussion about how we define and support the development of the Creative Industries in the Northern Territory by emailing your contact details to: Angela O'Donnell at creativeindustries@chambernt.com.au Discussions,…

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