2021 Annual Program

 

What's on in Darwin

EXHIBITION

7 August 2021 - 6 February 2022

Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards

Australia's longest running and most prestigious indigenous art award.

PODCAST | LISTEN FREE

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The Collection Podcast

A podcast from MAGNT that reveals a world of fascinating objects and the stories behind them.

EXHIBITION | FREE ENTRY

Croc in residence

Sweetheart the crocodile

Visit MAGNT's most famous resident, Sweetheart the saltwater crocodile!

VIRTUAL EXHIBITION | FREE

Ongoing

2021 Telstra NATSIAA Virtual Exhibition

Showcasing the very best Australian Indigenous art from around the country.

EXHIBITION | FREE ENTRY

Ongoing

Cyclone Tracy

Learn about the day that changed the urban landscape and the lives of Darwin’s residents forever.

EXHIBITION | FREE ENTRY

Ongoing

Unruly Days: Territory life 1911 – 1921

An exhibition that richly illustrates the challenges of life in the Territory in the early 1900's.

EXHIBITION | FREE ENTRY

12 March – 26 June 2022

Exit Art Contemporary art from 2021 NT Year 12 Students

A celebration of the talents and creativity of the next generation of NT artists and designers.

EXHIBITION

Recently revitalised

Colin Jack-Hinton Maritime Gallery

A stunning display of traditional boats and canoes, each imparting a fascinating seafaring story intertwined with human culture from the surrounding seas.

EXHIBITION | FREE ENTRY

Now open

Turtle Territory

Beautiful images of turtles in their underwater habitat from a ‘never before seen’ perspective.

 

What's on in Alice Springs (Mparntwe)

Australia's Oldest Megafauna?
EXHIBITION | FREE ENTRY

Ongoing

Australia's Oldest Megafauna?

Enhancing the Megafauna story is a new display featuring fossils of the oldest Australian ‘megafauna’ from 450 million years ago.

Megafauna Augmented Reality
APPLICATION | FREE DOWNLOAD

Ongoing

Megafauna Augmented Reality

The Megafauna Central Indigital AR app brings 8-million year old Megafauna fossils to life.

Tim's Walkabout
FILM SCREENING

Ongoing

Tim's Walkabout

Join Tim, a young boy from Engawala on a time-travelling walkabout, as he encounters Australian Megafauna.

A Frontier Journey
EXHIBITION | FREE ENTRY

Ongoing

A Frontier Journey

A remarkable insight into the social world of the Central Australian frontier in the early 20th century.