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Enter the NTAIC Art Competition

Enter the NTAIC Art Competition

Indigenous Affairs Land and Housing NT Aboriginal Investment Corporation
Wednesday, 20 July 2022

NT Aboriginal Investment Corporation

Art competition now open: Northern Territory Aboriginal Investment Corporation

The NT Aboriginal Investment Corporation (NTAIC) aims to create jobs, businesses and wealth for Aboriginal Territorians, strengthen culture and support self-determination for Traditional Owners and Aboriginal people across the Northern Territory for generations to come. The NTAIC Interim Board includes two representatives from each of the four NT Land Councils.

The NT Aboriginal Investment Corporation (NTAIC) Interim Board invite Northern Territorian Aboriginal people to enter the NTAIC Art Competition with an Artwork to draw inspiration for the design of a new logo for the NTAIC.

The NTAIC logo will represent strong, proud and resilient Aboriginal communities across the NT and Aboriginal peoples’ continuing connection to culture and country. It will visually capture or creatively express the diversity and rich tapestry of the Aboriginal peoples, cultures and country of the Northern Territory from desert to saltwater to freshwater and stone country, from ancient lands to 21st century towns and cities.

The Competition Award by acquisition of the winning Artwork is $10,000 (plus GST).

The Competition closes 4pm, Saturday 20 August 2022. Entries received after this time and date will not be accepted.

To be eligible to enter the NTAIC Art Competition, you must:

  • Be an individual or individuals aged 13 years or older at the time the Entry Form and Artwork is submitted.
  • If under the age of 18, an adult parent or guardian or carer must complete the details at the end of the Entry Form indicating the NTAIC Art Competition terms and conditions have been read and understood.
  • Be an Aboriginal person with strong cultural connections to the NT, and primary place of residence (home) is in the Northern Territory.

Please note it is a requirement to read and understand the Terms and Conditions before completing and submitting the Entry Form.

Terms and conditions and entry form