2023 Artspace Registration

All entries in the 2023 Artspace Competition must be registered online here.
Read the Terms and Conditions of the competition here

All Awards are determined by Community Voting at the Jetty ArtSpace

Please refer to the Jetty Artspace Information page for more details on how to prepare and submit your entry.

Individual Community Gold 2019 by Catherine MilesNightcliff Bridge by Catherine Miles 2019 Individual Community Prize

Important information for entry

  • Entry is Free
  • Artwork must be registered online before the Cut -Off Time
  • Only one (1) piece of art per artist/group
  • Unregistered work will be refused and won't be eligible for prizes
  • All entries must have your name and  contact details on the back
  • Each entry will be allocated a number for voting purposes 
  • We will announce the winners and present prizes at the Nightcliff Sunday Markets   at 10.00am Sunday 21st May 2023

How and when do I get my art to the Nightcliff  Jetty ArtSpace?

Delivery must  be between 9am and 12pm on Saturday 13th May

Please avoid the last 30-60 minutes if possible.

Please consider the size of your art and items which are large, heavy or bulky will need the artist to arrange delivery and collection directly to the event.

Art which needs to be displayed in a particular way will need to be delivered and arranged by the artist.

All Awards are determined by Community Voting at the Jetty ArtSpace

 Voting is open on both Saturday and Sunday
Between 1pm and 7pm sharp.on Saturday and
10am to 6pm on Sunday

Art should be collected on Sunday between 6pm and 8pm

Art for Sale

If you wish to recieve offers to purchase your art we will forward potential buyers information to the email address you have provided. Whether you contact the buyer is entirely your decision and any arrangements will be strictly between seller and buyer. Please see the Art for Sale Information page. 

seabreeze festial artSeabreeze Festival art at the Jetty
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Community Projects

Some of the support projects undertaken by the four NT Community Banks are listed below.

You can help develop more community support simply by using the services provided by your local Bendigo Bank Community branch.

BMX bikes for kidsSponsored BMX Bikes for Kids
FBEC New jump sponsored by NIghtcliff Community BankSupporting Fannie Bay Equestrian Club
Retina Australia donation$1000 donation to Retina Australia
Territory Women Hunting and FishingHelping TWHF support Australian Ovarian Cancer research
NT Teen FashionNTeen Fashion Festival 2019. It offers opportunities for the Youth of the Northern Territory to engage, learn and grow
Nightcliff Community Toy donations to RDH 2019Nightcliff Community Toy donations to RDH 2019
providing a new scoreboard for the TigersNew Tigers scoreboard
Opening mural at Tactile ArtsSee the Magnificent Community Mural at Tactile Arts
Open Category Winner 2015Open Category Winner 2015
Supporting Nightcliff Youth
Nightcliff Community Bank Manager with netball girls.Netball 2016
Darwin HospiceDarwin Hospice