Exhibition review: Our Land. Our Future, Tangentyere Artists Gallery
A collaborative series of screenprints by Thea Perkins and Mparntwe Town Campers is a timely reminder of what’s at risk…
Design revealed for National Aboriginal Art Gallery, Mparntwe
The design for Australia's First National Aboriginal Art Gallery has been revealed, putting gathering spaces first.
Film review: Audrey Napanangka
This Australian documentary of Audrey Napanangka provides an expansive yet intimate portrait of a family living between two worlds.
Celebrating local stories through place-based programming
Running from 1-4 June 2023, the NT Writers Festival offers the perfect reason for a mid-winter getaway to Alice Springs.
Contemporary dance company recognised for pushing boundaries
Based in Mparntwe/Alice Springs, GUTS is the only platform for contemporary dance within a 1500-kilometre radius and the company is…
Exit interview: Neridah Stockley, Artback NT
After spending more than 20 years working in the Northern Territory, Neridah Stockley reflects on the growing cultural offerings the…
History is calling from the heart of the Red Centre
Parrtjima 2023 takes its cue from the Statement from the Heart, returning with a visual feast that thrives on deeper…
Opening the doors to a practice informed by Country
Charles Darwin University’s new Academy of the Arts will pave the way towards a creative journey that is embedded in…
Putting people at the centre of desert festival
Parrtjima – A Festival in Light continues to evolve while enthralling visitors with holistic cultural experiences on Country.