Glowing, glowing Ghan

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Art hits the rails from Darwin to the Red Centre to promote Parrtjima — A Festival in Light 2021 in Alice Springs — with three carriages of the Ghan train wrapped with Aboriginal artist Chantelle Mulladad’s design Crossroads unveiled at Darwin’s train station.

The interior of one of the train’s carriages is also illuminated by a light installation, giving a taste of what’s to come.

The Parrtjima festival, from April 9 to 18, throws the spotlight on the desert landscapes of Central Australia as a meeting place of old and new — technology meeting one of Earth’s oldest cultures.

Executive general manager at Tourism Northern Territory, Tony Quarmby, says: “This project was designed to creatively integrate the Parrtjima festival into one of our unique Northern Territory holiday experiences that delivers on the Northern Territory’s promise of being different in every sense…

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