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   Issue 9 - 4 October 2010         

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Rammey Ramsey
Warlawoon Country 2006 Etching and chine colle
Edition of 50
Paper size: 50 x 50 cm
Collaborator: Leon Stainer
Price $1,200 (inc GST)

This etching will be displayed in the Northern Impressions exhibition

Read more about this feature print - Northern Editions



Dadang Christanto - Untitled, 2001

Dadang Christanto
Untitled 2001
Etching edn 20 (workshop proof)
21 x 16.5cm [image] 39.5 x 35.5cm [paper]
Collaborator: Basil Hall
Printer: Monique Auricchio
Charles Darwin University Art Collection – NTU969
Gifted by the artist & Northern Editions Printmaking Workshop, 2001
Image © the artist

Looking at Art - CDU Art Collection & Art Gallery



Whose city is It? A Thinking guide to Darwin

Whose City Is It? A Thinking Guide to Darwin

Edited by Dean Carson, Doris Schmallegger, Suzanne Campbell and Catherine Martel

Read more at CDU Press



CDU / AIM Short Courses

Professional short courses
for managers and staff



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CDU VET lecturer Milton Miller and senior Anindiliakwa sea ranger Simeon Lalara

CDU tops VET training awards

Staff and students of the Territory’s leading vocational education and training provider, Charles Darwin University, have won six awards, including Apprentice of the Year, at the annual Northern Territory Training Awards.

Students to graduate in style

Testamurs, mortarboards and robes will be the fashion in Darwin when CDU holds its end-of-year graduation ceremony.

CDU welcomes plan for prisoner training facility

The Charles Darwin University Council has agreed in principle to a prisoner training centre and remand facility being built on land attached to the Katherine Rural Campus.

Symposium tackles challenges for regional Australia and beyond

New and dynamic ways of dealing with population and development challenges for regional Australia and beyond will be the focus of an upcoming two-part symposium.

Professor Daniela Stehlik

The ‘Build Up’ to reshaping the Territory’s future

A six-week long “Build Up” has kicked off to help celebrate the launch of a new research Institute that focuses on Northern Australia and its neighbourhood of South-East Asia.

University Village Open Day

Interested members of the community have had an opportunity to find out more about a proposed suburb planned for the Palmerston area.

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Health maps to help prevent disease in Indonesia

A vital health program in Indonesia is helping to assist local communities to restore health and prevent disease.


Indigenous tourism ventures should look to European explorers: researcher

Retracing the path of European explorers gives many four wheel drive (4WD) tourists an emotive connection with Central Australia and should form part of future Indigenous tourism ventures, according to recent research.

New research group tackles 'desert’ disadvantage

Tackling economic isolation of Australia's many desert communities is core to a new major research co-operative launched in Alice Springs last month.

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The role of creativity, innovation and creative industries in teaching, learning and research will be the focus of the upcoming symposium, MobilizeThis10.

Books to help spread word of peace

Charles Darwin University has received books of peace as part of United Nations International Day of Peace celebrations.

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Professional body approves CDU’s social work program

The Charles Darwin University (CDU) Bachelor of Social Work program has received full accreditation by the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW).

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Matthew Couzens

From Darwin to Denpasar

Matthew Couzens is set to journey from Australia’s northern waters to its neighbouring Indonesia for once-in-a-lifetime youth exchange program.

Joyce Ralph

Joyce relishes her time in the classroom

Having enjoyed a great schooling experience through primary and high school, Joyce Ralph decided she wanted to follow her love for teaching and learning in a career.

NT student takes top prize for selling

A Charles Darwin University student has been recognised as the top salesperson at Australia's largest virtual business trade fair.

Territorian student supports ‘Kilimanjaro’ orphans

The moment a group of wide-eyed youngsters from Tanzania take a peek at their new star attraction will be a defining moment for Territorian Sally Dowdell.

Hats off to Golden duo

Two SkyCity chefs have been recognised for their talents at a national cooking competition held in Melbourne last week.

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Awards buzz drives Mary

Driving front end loaders, dump trucks and travelling cranes isn't as daunting as receiving a national training award for Mary Clark.

Justin Fitz

Justin Fitz right in

A mining pre-employment program operating out of Tennant Creek in the NT's heart, is empowering local Indigenous people.

Time-poor nurses flock to Alice

Alice Springs seems a long way from Bendigo, but for mother of three Bachelor of Nursing student Haley Bannister, the trip is well worth it.

Students pumped up over trades taster

Tennant creek students Felicia Floyd and Donnella Hayes learnt how to fix punctured tyres, slice meat and care for newborns in an exciting hands-on trades taster event held in Alice Springs this month.

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A unique perspective from ‘uphere’

From the heat of Darwin’s shifting urban jungle of vegetation and people and infused with a unique perspective derived from the best that our neighbouring cultures have to offer, comes “uphere”.

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27 September
to 6 November
The Northern Institute's Build Up calendar
More events on CDU What's On calendar