The Territory Labor Government will work with the creative sector to establish an industry representative body, a key recommendation from the NT’s first-ever Creative Industries Strategy released today, which aims to grow the sector, broaden its economic base and create jobs.
A new campaign to encourage Territory girls and women to be active, get involved in sport and increase the awareness of gender equality kicks off today.
The Bridgestone World Solar Challenge which puts the NT on the world stage, pushes the limits of technological innovation and captures the imaginations of Territory school kids will run its expanded program from 22-30 October, 2021.
Territory Arts Projects grants will provide practical support to the sector in response to COVID-19, through the Territory Government’s $2 million Creative Industries Sector Immediate Response and Resilience Program.
A new 24 hour 7 day a week accommodation centre will open in Darwin from 5 June 2020 for a two month period to provide over-flow accommodation for visitors requiring short-term accommodation.
The Territory Government’s $2 million Creative Industries Sector Immediate Response and Resilience Program (CISIRRP) in reprioritised funding is providing the arts, creative and screen sectors with immediate support to navigate the impacts of COVID-19.
In light of uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic both the Alice Springs Masters Games and Arafura Games have been deferred until 2022 and 2023 respectively.
Thousands of viewers across Australia will watch the classic outback event, the Uluru Camel Cup, unfold on screen this year with it being held as a virtual event for 2020.
Mimi Aboriginal Art and Craft in Katherine is one step closer in its transformation today, with the design tender release as part of the Territory Labor Government’s $30 million Arts Trail Regional Gallery Extension Program.
The Northern Territory Government is funding 10 community organisations close to $3 million to support those experiencing domestic, family and sexual violence.