Inclusive & Accessible Community Arts
in Central Australia

About Us

Incite Arts enriches the lives of all Central Australians through community-engaged arts practice that is accessible, inclusive and responsive.

A crowd of blurred people walking on a path through towering gum trees, lit up at night by orange and light blue lighting.

Incite Arts acknowledges the Arrernte people, the traditional owners and custodians of Mparntwe (Alice Springs), where we are based, whose sovereignty was never ceded. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge their continuous connection and contribution to land, water, and community. We further acknowledge and pay respect to all Indigenous peoples, cultures, and countries.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that this website may contain images of people who have died.

Our Current Programs

Unbroken Land

Unbroken Land is a performative community arts event that provides a platform for collective community storytelling.

stArts with D

A performing arts program supporting people with disability to build skills, create, collaborate and show self-devised performance art.

Southern Ngaliya

An intergenerational Warlpiri Women’s program facilitating ceremonial song and dance experiences.

Latest News

Unbroken Land Free Film Screening at Araluen 12 March

Unbroken Land Free Film Screening at Araluen 12 March

Incite Arts, Central Australia’s key facilitator of community-engaged arts, is proud to be presenting Unbroken Land 2020 and 2021 at Araluen Arts Centre. Last year saw the adaptation of our Unbroken Land program from a live event to a virtual program of stunning...

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year from Incite Arts. We look forward to continuing with our vision, purpose, goals and values through accessible, inclusive and responsive community-engaged arts practices in Central Australia this year and beyond!

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The last Unbroken Land episode of 2020 ~ Gumtrees By The River

“Water is my dreaming. My ancestors were the rainmakers.” Maureen O’Keefe is a Kaytetye-Warlpiri woman from Ali Curung. She is a dedicated writer living in Mparntwe/Alice Springs. The songs are sung in Kaytetye-Warlpiri by her mother’s sister, Mona and sister-in-law,...

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