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CREATIVE TERRITORY

Each day at Corrugated Iron we see the transformative power of the arts, amplifying the voices of young people through our vision for ALL young Territorians to be connected, curious and creative. CREATIVE TERRITORY - Access for All program is designed to harness that power and create a lasting impact that empowers young people to thrive.

With your help we can reach more young people. 

Corrugated Iron invites individuals, businesses, and organisations to join forces in making a real difference.to support us in raising crucial funds that will expand our reach and provide more opportunities for young people to engage in creative expression and personal growth.

 

Young Territorians face challenges like youth unemployment, lower education attainment, huge disparities for First Nations young people, mental health struggles and limited access to creative opportunities. Corrugated Iron wants to play our part to turn this around.

 

We've seen young Territorians find hope, purpose and self-belief through Corrugated Iron, like young Larrakia woman Nyasha Ogden, who fulfilled her dream to go to NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Arts).

 

But Nyasha's journey is not an isolated one. Everyday we see the incredible talents, resilience, and enthusiasm displayed by children and young people across the entire Northern Territory. They inspire us to do more, to go beyond. 

 

Take Thomas for example. Thomas is the ultimate embodiment of the Corrugated Iron spirit. He's not just a talented performer, he's also a neurodivergent trailblazer who has found his tribe at Corrugated Iron. His journey has been nothing short of awesome, inspiring us all. 

 


ACCESS FOR ALL

Scholarships and Financial Assistance

Corrugated Iron is committed to igniting creativity in the hearts and minds of as many young creatives as we can by ensuring that our programs are more accessible to young people who may be experiencing disadvantages or financial obstacles that prevent them from participating.  

Our scholarship program will give priority to young creatives aged 5 – 30 years from First Nations backgrounds, refugee, humanitarian, and migrant backgrounds or who are experiencing financial hardship or social isolation.  

We need your support in the following ways: 

REFERRALS

Corrugated Iron is open to receiving referrals from local organisations or charities, or directly from current participants.  

We can offer a range of discounts or a full scholarship.

To find out more please contact Zoe ep@corrugatediron.org.au  

Referrals and applications are accepted throughout the year, reviewed at the beginning and end of each Term. Scholarship places are limited but we are accepting donations to ensure the Scholarship program can grow.  

DONATIONS

Everyone has a space to belong at Corrugated Iron and by donating to the Corrugated Iron ‘Access for All’ fund you are making an enormous difference to a young creative by providing them with the gift of a life-changing and transformative experience.  

  • From as little as $194 you can ensure that a young creative can participate in one term of our Early Years LITTLE SPARKS program.  

  • Take a young creative to new heights by supporting a term of aerial workshops for $295 each term.  

  • Support an early career young creative to participate in THEATRE WORKS for $534 each semester. 

  • Launch a young creative’s career by supporting them to attend a term of CIRCUS TROUPE where they can develop a specialty in aerial and circus arts for $694 each semester.  

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