Incite Arts

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Dance
20 October 2014
Image: Director Kat Worth & the cast of Somebody Everybody Credit: Jenine Mackay
Image: Director Kat Worth & the cast of Somebody Everybody Credit: Jenine Mackay

Incite Arts engage young people in community arts and cultural development programs in Alice Springs and central desert communities.

Incite Arts received $119,000 through Community Partnerships’ 2013 Program category.

From 2015, applications for projects like this can be submitted through – Arts Projects - Organisations (between $10,000 - $150,000) program.

Incite Arts, the community-led arts organisation works with youth, people with disability, and Indigenous communities on a range of projects, including skills transfer, mentoring, new work, performance, and seeding new grass roots partnerships and initiatives. 

Incite Arts also partnered with Santa Teresa School and the Central Australia Aboriginal Congress to deliver circus programs, along with Acacia Hill School & Centralian Middle School to deliver music programs.

Some of the supported projects include:

SPRUNG Youth Dance delivered over fifty workshops and produced new works in hip-hop, contemporary dance and physical theatre.

Red Sand Culture (RSC) was a twenty week music and dance mentoring project delivered in four Warlpiri communities. 

Southern Ngalia women’s cultural dance, was an intergenerational collaboration with senior Warlpiri women. 

stArts with D performance ensemble was formed comprising people with and without disability aged between 17 and 52 years of age. Creative development led to the presentation of a full theatre production Somebody Everybody.

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