Paper sculpture for conservation

Jasmine Jan was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to connect and inspire communities through paper sculpture projects that focus on wildlife conservation – Italy, Thailand, Singapore

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Snare Drumming


Greg Jansen was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to learn advanced snare drum techniques from leading educators in order to teach Northern Territory students – USA

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Sustainable shoemaking


Marlene Kranz was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to research eco-leather, sustainable design and further develop the ‘Art of Shoemaking’ – Netherlands, UK, Spain, Italy

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Innovative water treatment


Eric Vanweydeveld was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to investigate proven low-cost innovative water treatment solutions for regional and remote Australia – United Arab Emirates, Oman, Israel

Welcome to the Churchill Fellows Association of NT

The Churchill Fellows Association NT (CFA NT) is an incorporated association run by a committee consisting of a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and supporting committee members.

All NT-based Churchill Fellows are automatically part of the CFA NT.

We are only a small Association but we aim to keep members informed, love to hear from recently returned Fellows about their Fellowship experiences and we are happy to support anyone interested in applying for a Fellowship.

We welcome your involvement and suggestions!

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Numbering over 180 of Australia’s best and brightest, our NT Fellows are totally diverse and invariably innovative. Their projects are the result of extra endeavour and show an aspect of striving for excellence. These are the hallmarks of a Churchill Fellow.

The Churchill Trust can support any worthwhile pursuit with no preconceptions as to what form it can take. This is evidenced clearly by the extraordinary variety of fields in which Churchill Fellows are involved.

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