Welcome to the Department of Arts and Museums
The Department of Arts and Museums (DoAM) brings together cultural and collecting institutions from across the Territory, as well as the Territory’s film office and the arts funding and development branch.
The Department is responsible for protecting and providing access to the Territory’s scientific and cultural asset collections and assisting the community to care for, and make best use of, these assets for research and to create educational, recreation and commercial opportunities.
28 March 2014 | Departmental Release
An innovative exhibition by much-awarded artist Ron Talbot will open at the Araluen Art Centre Friday 4 April.
Director of the Araluen Arts Centre, Mr Tim Rollason said the New Views exhibition will revisit many of the scenes featured in Talbot’s 2010 East to West exhibition, in a fresh and inventive style that Talbot is renowned for.- Read More
18 March 2014 | Departmental ReleaseThe Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT) and Telstra are encouraging Indigenous artists to enter the 31st Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award (NATSIAA) before entries close this Friday, 21 March 2013.- Read More
16 March 2014 | Ministerial ReleaseThe story behind the Darwin Golf Club, an insight into one of the founding families of Alice Springs and a pictorial history of the Northern Territory as captured by the NT News are just some of the projects being funded by the Northern Territory Government’s History Grants program.- Read More
14 March 2014 | Ministerial Release
The Northern Territory Library is among five NT Libraries in the running to be crowned Australia’s favourite library. - Read More
7 March 2014 | Departmental Release
A retrospective exhibition of works from long-term Alice Springs resident and prolific painter, Iain Campbell, will open at the Araluen Art Centre Friday 14 March.- Read More
6 March 2014 | Departmental Release
An exhibition that brings together Aboriginal artists who work with expanded notions of textile and craft-based tradition will open at the Museum and Art Gallery of the NT (MAGNT) this Saturday.- Read More