Images to the left and centre taken at DanceSite 2014 by Benjamin Bayliss, image to the right of 360 Allstars during their NT tour in 2013.
Artback NT has brought together leading artists from around the Territory to deliver workshops across a range of art forms. Our Artists on Tour initiative is a high quality program that supports the development of established artists and provides your community with access to their skills and talents.
Prices for each workshop will differ depending on the length of engagement and location, however as a guide artist fees will be $400 per day plus travel and accommodation. You’re encouraged to work with other partners in the community to maximise the time artists can spend in your community in order to share costs. Artback NT will help facilitate this conversation as required and subsidise costs through grant funds where possible. Artback NT’s Artists on Tour program is also eligible for Sports Vouchers.
You can explore the different artistic options offered by each artist below.
We’re really looking forward to working with you to bring engaging and adventurous arts and cultural activities to your community.
Please note – Artists on Tour will be available from August to November 2016.
|Mary Anne Butler
A Darwin playwright whose work distinctively captures the stories of the Territory, Mary Anne Butler's work has been published and performed nationally. Mary Anne has a Masters in Arts Education and is available to run writing workshops around short films, short stories and grant applications.
Aaron Lim is a Darwin born b*boy who's been breaking since 2007. Having developed his skills through a range of programs at Tracks Dance Company, Aaron has been teaching in schools since 2010, also working with Corrugated Iron Youth Arts. Aaron is available to teach workshops around break dancing, hip hop vocabulary and creating showcases.
|Kamahi Djordon King
Kamahi Djordon King's artistic practices sit across visual arts, acting and singing - a diversity of talent that's seen him tour with leading national companies. Kamahi has given workshops and masterclasses throughout the NT and nationally. He is available to give workshops across visual arts and acting. Read more...
Based in Alice Springs, Mel is an independent performer, choreographer, director, movement educator and part time clown doctor - amongst many other things! She has a 17 year career in the performing arts sector and a Bachelor of Education. Mel is available to do workshops on contemporary dance, theatre fundamentals and cabaret. Read more...
A director, actor and writer, Gail Evans is based in Darwin and works regularly with young and Indigenous people regionally, remotely and overseas through Corrugated Iron Youth Arts. Gail has extensive experience in delivering directing workshops and is available to teach the principles of the Viewpoints method of direction. Read more...
Tracey Bunn is a singer-songwriter who has spent over 20 years touring in venues and festivals across Australia and Europe. Based in Darwin, Tracey has attended numerous national and international conferences and run workshops at festivals and in schools. Tracey is available to run songwriting workshops for all ages. Read more...