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Closing: 11 Dec 2023

Visual Artists, Education & Training

Lecturer in Australian Indigenous Arts



Closing: 10 Dec 2023

Consulting & Strategy, Funding

Partnerships and Philanthropy Manager




Stakeholder Engagement, Fundraising

circus. Image is gleeful young girl throwing arms up in the air, in front of palm tree lit up by coloured lights against a dark sky. Other performers in the same t-shirt can be seen behind and to the side of her.

This primary school’s a circus … and its results are no joke

This clever partnership shows how circus classes are not about clowning around, but a model with important skills outcomes for…

Short Shelf Life. Suzanne Knight. Image depicts green tapestry with a white butterfly in the centre.

Exhibition review: Short Shelf Life, Tactile Arts

In the beginning of the wet season, Tactile Arts is exhibiting an absorbing exhibition of tapestries by its artist-in-residence Suzanne…


Local love bolsters the National Indigenous Music Awards event

More than an awards ceremony, the NIMAs, presented in conjunction with Darwin Festival, brings Top End communities together to celebrate…

Two male dancers, wearing orange prison overalls rolled down to the waist. Their chests and arms and the floor are streaked with white ochre. Chandler Connell is to the left, in the background, kneeling, arms outstretched to his side. Alexander Abbot is to the right in the foreground. He is standing, legs wide, and leaning back. The background is black.

Dance review: The Other Side of Me, Darwin Festival

The NT Dance Company's world premiere is truth-telling powerfully expressed by two dancers representing one First Nations man.


A vital pathway for nurturing contemporary Indigenous art

Darwin’s biggest cultural event, the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair, plays an important role in the livelihoods of Indigenous communities.


New Darwin Festival AD launches inaugural program

Running from 10-27 August 2023, Darwin Festival is a rare opportunity to experience the best of Territory culture alongside curated…


Theatre review: Hymns for the Witching Hour, Brown's Mart Theatre, Darwin

A personal story that explores religion, identity and family legacy through narrative, dance and music.

Vincent Perry, Lecturer in Contemporary Music at Charles Darwin University.
Career Advice

So you want my arts job: Percussionist and Music Lecturer

From playing drums and singing in a Dixieland band, to teaching music students at Charles Darwin University, Vincent Perry's work…

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