Artist biographies and bonus information about the works on display at the 2013 Youth Arts Exhibition. Photos coming soon! Ursula De Kretser, 18 – ‘Religion’ I was born in Darwin and have lived here my whole life. I have practised art throughout my life as it is my passion in which I am able to [...]
“There’s a cord from me to you Made of living through slaughter And your brother’s broken mouth Sings the blood songs of sharks.“ The Darwin Theatre Company production of Slow Falling Bird by Christine Evans premiers this week. In the lead up to opening night, GRINDonline had a chat with local actor Ciella Williams. What [...]
If you’ve ever wondered what we do in the Youth Services office at the City of Darwin, this short film has all the answers! Made by local young communications guru Amy Hetherington of Amiable Communications, this is a snapshot of what the City of Darwin has to offer for young people.
Registrations have opened for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Class Clowns Competition! If you think you’ve got what it takes to compete against fellow secondary school students across Australia (and also participate in workshops with some established comedians!), Class Clowns 2014 is for you. Rules: Open to secondary students in Years 9-12 or 14-18 years [...]
In the lead-up to the Launch Pop-Up Cinema on October 19th, GRINDonline had the chance to catch up with young filmmaker Jesse Gohier-Fleet. Some of Jesse’s work will be screened before the main feature at the Launch Pop-Up Cinema next Saturday. How long have you been making films? I have been making films since I [...]
“A concert of astonishing artistry and diversity.” “A celebration of country, of ceremony, and of the power of music to build enduring bridges across cultures, time and space.” In the lead up to the premier of Crossing Roper Bar in Darwin on October 11th, GRINDonline caught up with musician Stephen Pigram. Stephen joins this interweaving [...]
A few select representatives from GRINDonline have set out on an ongoing mission to investigate the cafe situation around Darwin. Here is the first installment, when Tinika and Lilli caught up with one of the lovely ladies from Java Spice. Grind: How many years have you worked at Java Spice? Nice Java Spice Lady: One year. G: What [...]
UN Youth Australia is currently fielding applications for the position of Australia’s Youth Representative to the UN in 2014. The Australian Youth Representative to the UN is a role appointed annually by UN Youth Australia in partnership with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Running since 1999, the Youth Representative holds an extensive, nationwide consultation tour to engage [...]