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NT register of peers
The Northern Territory Register of Peers is a group of experienced members who give specialist advice in arts development.
You can nominate yourself as a member at any time.
Registered members can be asked to be part of grant assessment panels. This can include panels for the project rounds, arts organisation funding and public art grants.
The Register of Peers is diverse, balanced and shows a fair representation of art forms, as well as arts management and community interests, including those of multicultural and remote Northern Territory.
Priority areas for the Register of Peers are:
- supporting traditional and contemporary Indigenous and non-Indigenous arts
- promoting greater involvement by young people in the arts.
Become a member
To nominate to become a member, contact Arts NT.
Get the NT Register of Peers guidelines .
Get the NT Register of Peers nomination form .
Go to the Northern Territory Government website for more information about Arts NT grants.
Last updated: 11 October 2017