Local, Alice Springs Arts and Disability Workers Recognised at the 2014 NT Arts Access Awards
Held in Darwin on 14th November, the 2014 NT Arts Access Awards recognised Individuals in Alice Springs and Darwin for their exemplary achievement in ensuring that people with disability have a platform to develop, create, and present their artistic capacities.
Incite was proud to see Alice Springs nominees Philomena Hali, Alethea Harding and Adam Harding recognised for their invaluable contributions to instilling arts and disability practice in our community and actively involving people with disability in arts practice.
Philomena Hali was recognised for her long time creative input, commitment to and support of Incite Arts, Arts and Disability Programs since 2005, through her roles as Committee member, Artist/Mentor and Project Officer.
Alethea and Adam Harding were recognised for their leadership and longstanding dedication, in both their personal and professional capacities, to engage individuals with disability in Alice Springs, in ongoing arts practice.
Incite CEO Jenine Mackay said of this years recipients from Alice Springs, “The Incite Arts Board and staff are absolutely thrilled that these individuals are being recognised for the exceptional work they do in our community. Their contributions to helping make Alice Springs an inviting and vibrant place to live is significant and we whole heartedly congratulate them. They more than deserve to be recognised.”
The 2014 NT Arts Access Awards was presented in cooperation with Arts Access Darwin, Darwin Community Arts, City of Darwin and Incite Arts.