16 JulEvents →
Family Connections artist talk with Marina Strocchi
Short Bio on Marina Strocchi
Marina Strocchi was born in Melbourne in 1961. After a decade working in community arts, in 1992 she landed in the remote indigenous community of Haasts Bluff in the Northern Territory. Invited to start up the "women's centre" it quickly evolved into an arts centre (with the assistance of her partner Wayne Eager). A bilingual book was published on the art and stories and artists' careers were launched. Strocchi maintained her own arts practice of painting and exhibiting during this time. Since leaving at the end of 1997 Strocchi has worked for Papunya Tula (1999) and been a tutor and lecturer at Batchelor College. Since 2001 she has pursued her own painting and maintains regular contact with indigenous art centres through delivering drawing and painting workshops.
This event is presented by Heritage Alice Springs and proudly sponsored by Northern Territory Government and supported by 8CCC Community Radio.
25 JunEvents →
2020 SGM & AGM
NOTICE OF AGM
and Special Resolution to accept the new Constitution
23 JunEvents →
Linework an exhibition of paintings by Marina Strocchi
Exhibition 23rd June – 31st July 2020
Marina Strocchi Artist talk Thursday 16th July 6pm
This event is presented by Heritage Alice Springs and proudly sponsored by Nothern Territory Government.
19 JunEvents →
Walking with Camels - The Story of Bertha Strehlow Author talk and reading with Leni Shilton
Chief Minister's NT Book Award Winner for Best Fiction Book 2020: Walking with Camels - The Story of Bertha Strehlow.
This event is presented by Heritage Alice Springs and proudly sponsored by Nothern Territory Government and supported by 8CCC Community Radio
21 MayEvents →
Bertha Strehlow In Images
A collection of black and white photographs taken by TGH Strehlow courtesy of Strehlow Research Centre, Alice Springs.
13 MarEvents →
Star Flower Power
Star Flower Power an exhibition of paintings by Peg Adamson
21 Sep 2019Events →
2019 Spring Flower Show
Saturday 21st & Sunday 22nd September
21 Sep 2019Events →
Flower Power by Jennifer Taylor
Flower Power an exhibition of paintings by Jennifer Taylor at The Residency.
28 Oct 2018Events →
'ROYALS at the Res: Curtseys, Chaudfroid and the Shigella Shame'
To commemorate the Royal visits to the Northern Territory, The Residency is honoured to present our last, but by no means least, exhibition for the year. Curated by HRH Pip McManus, with distinguished artists.
28 Apr 2017Events →
Every Picture Tells a Story: a selection of images from NT Archives Service
Heritage Alice Springs holds a number of events at The Residency, including the Annual Spring Flower Show and Heritage Week activities.
When The Residency is not open to the public, it can be hired for approved activities such as meetings, workshops, dinners and other special events. Please see the attached Venue Hire Agreement.
If you are interested in holding an exhibition or other arts activity at The Residency, please see the attached Gallery Hire Agreement.