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National Aboriginal Art Gallery: National Reference Group Co-Chairs Announced

19 November 2018

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today announced the Co-Chairs of the National Aboriginal Art Gallery National Reference Group.
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National Aboriginal Art Gallery: 1st Meeting of the National Reference Group

19 November 2018

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today will open the inaugural meeting of the National Aboriginal Art Gallery - National Reference Group, in Alice Springs.
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STATEMENT ON THE NATIONAL ABORIGINAL ART GALLERY

12 October 2018

The Territory Labor Government is progressing development of a National Aboriginal Art Gallery that will deliver significant economic, social and cultural benefits to the people of Alice Springs.
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STATEMENT ON THE NATIONAL ABORIGINAL ART GALLERY

11 September 2018

The Territory Labor Government is developing a National Aboriginal Art Gallery that will deliver significant economic, social and cultural benefits to the people of Alice Springs.
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Aboriginal Engagement Critical to the Success of the National Aboriginal Art Gallery

5 September 2018

More than 140 Aboriginal stakeholders in Alice Springs have now been consulted on the National Aboriginal Art Gallery - with most supportive of the project.
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National Aboriginal Art Gallery: National Reference Group Appointed

4 September 2018

Another important step towards delivering the job creating National Aboriginal Art Gallery was achieved today with Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss announcing members of the National Reference Group. Read more

Tourism Businesses Show Support for Anzac Hill Precinct at the Site for the National Aboriginal Art Gallery

23 August 2018

Local tourism businesses have come forward to show their support for the Territory Labor Government to build the National Aboriginal Art Gallery in Alice Springs at the Anzac Hill Precinct.
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Sporting Groups Show Support for Anzac Hill Precinct as the Site for the National Aboriginal Art Gallery

10 August 2018

Local sporting groups in Alice Springs have come forward to show their support for the Anzac Hill Precinct, as the new home of the National Aboriginal Art Gallery.
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Businesses Show Support for Anzac Hill Precinct as the Site for the National Aboriginal Art Gallery

3 August 2018

The Alice Springs business community has come forward in its support of the Anzac Hill Precinct as the preferred site for the National Aboriginal Art Gallery, recognising the economic opportunities that the Gallery will create.
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Next Steps for the National Aboriginal Art Gallery: Working Closely with the Community

6 June 2018

The Territory Labor Government remains determined to build the National Aboriginal Art Gallery in Alice Springs and today outlined the next steps for this very important project.
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Delivering the National Aboriginal Art Gallery - Reference Group Plan

20 April 2018

Acting Minister for Tourism and Culture, Eva Lawler today opened an Expression of Interest (EOI) process for a nationally representative Reference Group to help guide the delivery of the National Aboriginal Art Gallery in Alice Springs.
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National Aboriginal Art Gallery: Key Interim Appointment

18 April 2018

Acting Minister for Tourism and Culture, Eva Lawler today confirmed the appointment of the Director of the Araluen Cultural Precinct, Dr Mark Crees as the Interim Director, Project Implementation Team, National Aboriginal Art Gallery.
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Project Implementation Team to deliver the National Aboriginal Art Gallery

3 April 2018

Following the announcement of the preferred site and the release of the National Aboriginal Art Gallery Steering Committee’s report, Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today announced the establishment of a Project Implementation Team to oversee the delivery of the Gallery.
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CBD Location Preferred - National Aboriginal Art Gallery ‘Have Your Say’ Responses

28 March 2018

A world class National Aboriginal Art Gallery is an election promise that will attract national and international tourists to Alice Springs, Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss, said today.
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National Aboriginal Art Gallery - Anzac Hill Precinct the Preferred Site

23 March 2018

Chief Minister, Michael Gunner, today announced Anzac Hill Precinct in Alice Springs as the preferred site for the National Aboriginal Art Gallery with construction planned to begin early 2020.
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News from 2017

Final week to Have Your Say on the new Museum of the Northern Territory

15 November 2017

Chief Minister, Michael Gunner, today announced Anzac Hill Precinct in Alice Springs as the preferred site for the National Aboriginal Art Gallery with construction planned to begin early 2020.

Territorians have until the end of this week to provide feedback on the first phase of consultation on the new Museum of the Northern Territory.
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Progress on job creating new Museum of the Northern Territory

29 October 2017

Territorians are encouraged to have their say as part of the design process for the new Museum of the NT to be located at Myilly Point in Darwin.
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Award winning architects appointed for Museum of the NT

26 September 2017

Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss today announced the dynamic architecture partnership of troppo and ARM architects as the successful tenderer to lead the Territory Labor Government’s vision to establish a new Museum of the Northern Territory.
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$100 Million Arts Trail One Step Closer with New Website

29 June 2017

The Territory Government’s $100 million Indigenous Arts Trail vision continues to progress this week with the launch of a new website that will explain and promote the project locally, nationally and internationally.
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Cultural Landmark

Plans to build the National Indigenous Art Gallery are under way. It will be built at a most appropriate site in Australia – Alice Springs.The gallery will be the centrepiece of the NT Government's commitment to a $100 million National Art Trail.
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First step towards the New Museum of the Northern Territory

21 June 2017

The Territory Labor Government’s vision to transform the Old Darwin Hospital site into a major new museum has taken a significant step forward with the release of the design tender today.
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Building our Tourism and Cultural Experiences - Arts trails Budget 2017 investment announced

Regional and remote galleries will soon be able to apply for $6 million over three years in enhancement grants as part of the Territory Labor Government’s $100 million Arts Trail initiative, Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss announced today.

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It begins! National Indigenous Art Gallery Steering Committee meet for the first time

The Iconic National Indigenous Art Gallery continues to progress with the Steering Committee meeting in Alice Springs today for the first time. Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss said the Steering Committee is embarking on an important two days of work.

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MASSIVE COUP – PROMINENT INDUSTRY EXPERTS JOIN INDIGENOUS ART GALLERY STEERING COMMITTEE

The Territory Labor Government’s vison to build an Iconic National Indigenous Art Gallery in Alice Springs has received a major boost with a host of prominent industry experts joining the project Steering Committee.

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First big step toward Iconic National Indigenous Art Gallery in Alice Springs

The Territory Labor Government’s $50 million election commitment to build an Iconic National Indigenous Art Gallery is a major step closer, with the announcement of two prominent Aboriginal Central Australians as Co-Chairs for the project Steering Committee.

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