With Liz Rogers from Artback NT
Where are our audiences when the borders are closed? Join Liz Rogers for an informal introduction to touring through the Northern Territory. Distances, venues, audiences, collaborators – the NT is filled with talent and art-loving peeps, so let’s meet them!
A zoom link to join this event will be posted before June 30.
Please prepare some note taking material, a water bottle and your device charger for the session. Feel free to come ready with questions.
We recommend that during the zoom session you keep your device muted while you are not speaking to help with the audio quality.
I am passionate about and grateful for every opportunity to work cross-culturally. Growing up in a remote community of the Northern Territory of Australia I am privileged to return and, with Artback NT, continue working with Traditional Owners and their emerging leaders in their art practices that span dance, music and theatre. My work has taken me regularly overseas with tours through Australasia, the Middle East and Europe.
The impact of collective experiences constantly blows me away – the ability the arts have to challenge us, to entertain, to bring beauty. It’s vital for the health of a community and the individual.
Mission | Connecting people and place through arts development and touring.
Vision | From traditional and contemporary dance, to visual arts, music and theatre, creating, celebrating and sharing arts and cultural experiences is what drives and inspires us!
Artback NT is a dynamic organisation bringing together Northern Territory artists with presenters seeking authentic arts and cultural experiences for their audiences and communities. We are the gateway to sharing the rich cultures, stories and art of the Territory with Australia and the rest of the world.
We ignite sparks in a creative Northern Territory. We develop, produce, curate and present ambitious, professional and energetic work to and from some of Australia’s most remote locations. From visual arts to performing arts, music, traditional and contemporary dance, we recognise the importance of identity, connection to culture and the intrinsic value of arts and culture to community health and wellbeing. Deep connections and consultation with communities inform our approach to arts and cultural development.
Online via Zoom
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