While Watch This Space is supported by the NT Government to operate on a day-to-day basis, our projects are self-funded and are often undertaken with little to no funding. More assistance would mean stronger projects with more effective and influential artistic, cultural and social outcomes. It would mean more support for our artists and their work.
Our organisation strives to provide as much assistance as possible to the groups and individuals whose practices enrich our communities, and your support could make a huge difference.
Your support, whether small or large, will be making the greatest difference.
We are so excited about the year ahead at Watch This Space!
The art, the artists, the community, the projects – they’re all going to be great, they’re all going to be here in Mparntwe/Alice Springs, and we can’t wait to show you! So here’s a sneak peek at what’s to come…
Music by our very own studio artist, Resin Moon
Artists featured in video and part of our 2017 Creative Program:
Gabriella and Brent Wilson
And a whole bunch more! Stay tuned…
We have a new range of limited edition bags and aprons at the space that are beautiful, practical, locally made, locally designed and help support our space and what we do.
Designed by renowned artist, Beth Sometimes
Printed locally in Alice Springs by WTS with the generous help of local arts hero, Steve Anderson.
By purchasing one of these items you are directly supporting and nurturing contemporary art in Central Australia.
What a great present, right??
Also available in the space are CDs and 12 inch vinyl records of Resin Moon‘s Debut EP Salt. So many great things!
$20 Heavy Duty Bags
NOT ANOTHER SUPER MOON?!
TERRIFIED OF UNSEEN ART CRITICS
with adjustable straps and large pocket
NOT ANOTHER SUPERMOON?!
Watch This Space is thrilled to announce the 2016 Lofty Award Winner
D O R I S K N G W A R R A Y E S T U A R T
Doris was honoured at the Saturday night event with special speeches presented by Kieran Finnane, Beth Sometimes and Dan Murphy. Kieran Finnane has penned this articlewith more thoughts and information about her significant contributions: a worthwhile read in understanding the ecology of the arts in Mparntwe and the particular political stance Doris brings to her life work.
A huge congratulations and thank you to Doris for all her incredible work