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March 2019

Call out for directors, actors and stage crew

March 12 @ 8:00 am - April 30 @ 5:00 pm
Totem Theatre, 8 Wills Tce
Alice Springs, NT 0870 Australia
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Totem Theatre Short Play Program is seeking actors and directors for their short plays Festival. This unique opportunity includes a free 10 day directing and acting mentorship skills development program with Sydney based actor/director/ writer Andrew Fairley. 29 March Directors EIO close. 30 April Actors EIO close 17 -25 May Directing and Acting Mentorship 26 July -3rd Aug Totem Short Play Festival For an expression of interest form or go on to our web site. More Info: www.totemtheatre.org.au [email protected] totemtheatre@gmail.com

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Centralian Eisteddfod – Entries Now Open

March 12 @ 8:00 am - April 18 @ 9:00 pm

The Centralian Eisteddfod is designed to inspire, encourage participation and to recognise excellence within the Central Australian community. We hope to provide a platform for growing confidence and nurturing talent; and we encourage your participation in 33rd Centralian Eisteddfod in 2019. We look forward to seeing  your SPEECH, DANCE, MUSIC and TALENT entries for solo, group, ensemble, band,  school and companies in 2019. Youth, Adults, Everyone! The Eisteddfod will be run at the Araluen Arts Centre Speech, Music & Talent Quest: 19-23 May Dance: 26-28 May

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SPARK NT CURATOR PROGRAM

March 13 @ 8:00 am - April 15 @ 5:00 pm

SPARK is an Artback NT initiative that responds to an identified gap in Northern Territory curatorial pathways. The annual SPARK NT Curator Program, launched in 2017, supports an independent or emerging curator, residing in the Northern Territory, to develop an exhibition project for tour. SPARK is designed to foster critical thinking in art and curatorial practice within the Territory and provide Northern Territory artists with opportunities to showcase their work within a curated touring exhibition. The third SPARK exhibition will be developed in 2019…

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Youth Recycled Art Prize 2019

March 18 - April 8
Alice Plaza, Todd Mall
Alice Springs, NT 0870 Australia
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Entries now open! As part of NT Youth Week, the Youth Recycled Art Prize offers young people in Alice Springs the opportunity to develop their creative talents, have their work exhibited, and win great prizes – all while learning about recycling. All exhibited artworks are made from recycled / reused materials. Prizes are awarded for winning entries, including a People’s Choice Award. Register for entry by contacting kmilne@astc.nt.gov.au. Artworks must be dropped to Alice Springs Civic Center by the Monday…

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The World of Wearable Art (WOW) Awards Competition

March 29

WOW is an internationally renowned design competition offers NZ$187,500 in prize money and attracts entries from over 40 countries each year. Anything that is wearable art can find a place on the stage, as long as it is original, innovative and well executed. For three weeks every year, WOW showcases the best of these creations in a spectacular show that takes over New Zealand’s vibrant capital city of Wellington in an explosion of creativity. This year 60,000 people will see the…

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Great Coordinators and Managers are Made, Not Born

March 29 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Are you a new or emerging manager who is struggling for ideas on how to manage better?  Are you avoiding challenging conversations, not sure why staff are not doing what you need them to do, or perhaps feeling unsure of who you are as a manager?   This one day course will:   ·        provide you with inspiration to get your team working more efficiently, ·        increase your confidence, and ·        give you the resources to overcome common management challenges.…

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April 2019

Arts NT Strategic Arts Program Grants Now Open

April 1

The Strategic Arts Program is now open for strategic initiatives commencing from 1 July 2019. Grants up to $100,000 are available to not for profit organisations to develop the arts sector by creating employment opportunities, attracting private and philanthropic investment, and increasing access and audience development. Grants up to $25,000 are available to support strategic proposals from independent creative professions to develop, grow and sustain their practice and for proposals that support access for artists with disabilities. To find out more, read the NT…

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Three Easy Steps to a Winning Selection Criteria!

April 2 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

APPLYING FOR A JOB? Does your brain freeze when you have to sell yourself? In 2 short hours, I can teach you a simple 3 step winning formula that will vastly change your outcomes, whether it’s your first job or your 10th. Visit www.libbyo.com.au or call 0413 992 378

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June 2019

The Northern Territory Arts Grants Program 2018-19

June 24

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ARTS NT – Professional Development Grants

June 30

Image: Open! 2017 courtesy of Katelnd Griffin Arts NT Professional Development Grants offer up to $2000 for professional artists and arts workers to access development opportunities as they arise. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

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ARTS NT – Community Arts Festivals

June 30

Image: Barunga Festival 2017. Photo: Duane Preston. Courtesy of Skinnyfish Music. Arts NT Community Arts Festivals supports the development and presentation of artistic programs and cultural maintenance initiatives in community festivals. Priority is given to support regional and remote festivals. Funding available: up to $30,000 CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

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Artist Residency in France

June 30

PERFORMING ARTS FORUM PAF is a place for the professional and not-yet professional practitioners and activists in the field of performing arts, visual art, literature, music, new media and internet, theory and cultural production, and scientists who seek to research and determine their own conditions of work. PAF is for people who can motorise their own artistic production and knowledge production not only responding to the opportunities given by the institutional market. Initiated and run by artists, theoreticians and practitioners…

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Quick Response Grants – Regional Arts Fund

June 30

The Grey Panthers performing in'Caravan', Tracks Dance, 2016 Quick Response Grants | Opening Date 31 July 2018 | Closing date (ongoing) | Up to $2,000 for individuals and $4,000 for groups The NTRA Quick Response Grant category supports creativity, innovation, participation, and access to arts and cultural activities which contribute to the sustainable cultural, social and economic capacity, and well being of individuals and community. Skills development initiatives may relate to: specific arts practice; arts management; small business management; emerging…

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AMEX Music Backers Grant

June 30

AMERICAN EXPRESS MUSIC GRANT We’re backing the Australian music industry with a grant program valued at $1,000,000 Australians love music. In fact, on average, more Australians attend live music gigs each year than sporting events. Yet despite this, small music venues, often the training grounds for emerging artists, have witnessed a steady decline in patrons and some have shut down all together. Through The American Express Music Backers Program we’ll provide a boost to the Australian music industry and the fans that…

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ARTS NT – Quick Response Grants

June 30

Image: The Age of Bones 2017, Browns Mart Arts   Arts NT Quick Response Grants offers artists and arts workers up to $1000 to access immediate arts and cultural opportunities. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION  

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July 2019

2019 Naracoorte National Art Prize

July 12

Image:  Starburst Cave as part of the World Heritage Site The $10,000 Naracoorte National Art Prize (acquisitive) is looking for artists working in two dimensions, across any medium, to make a national impact by bridging art and science.  A $2,000 Mayor’s Prize will be also awarded.  Closes 12 July 2019. click here for more information

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