Malak Rocks The Wet March 25

Another evening by local musicians.
Introduced by fun lovin' Rusty Rhubarb

Come and enjoy;
Scott Mccurry
Fat Intergalactic Pigeon
Charlie & Mel
Sev and The Explosions
malak jammers house band

Saturday 25th March
7.30 till Late..
DCA Chambers Crescent Theatre, Malak
$5 Entry Fee : Non Licenced : All Ages

Soft Drinks & Lite Snacks available to purchase.

Date(s): 

Saturday, 25 March 2017 -
7:00pm to 11:00pm

Darwin Playback Theatre

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Darwin Playback Theatre
Are you interested in exploring storytelling, creative performance and community building?
Darwin Playback is running public workshops!
These fun and playful introductory sessions will explore a range of creative skills:

CemeNTJam Theatre Workshops

free theatre workshops

Presented by Darwin Community Arts and CemeNTWorx

FREE workshops covering;
impro, acting and devising, script work- leading to performance opportunities.
8 sessions to kick off with.

Starting Tuesday February 21st at 6.30pm
Chambers Crescent Theatre , Malak Shopping Centre
To register contact Tania cementworx@darwincommunityarts.org.au

FEASTIVAL Project Information Evening

multicultural  theatre

CemeNTworx Performing Arts program presents
CementMIX Multicultural Theatre Group;
FEASTIVAL Project Information Evening

Calling for interested people in creating a community based collaborative Multicultural Theatre Music performance.
Whether you are interested in acting, writing, spoken word, play an instrument,sing or dance or just want to be part of a diverse cultural arts project, please come to the evening where we will discuss all the details of the project. Working towards a performance for June 2017.

2017 ENROLMENTS OPEN - FREE SPACE STUDIO - VISUAL ARTS WORKSHOPS

Image: Callum Elliot working at the Free Space Studio on his self-portrait, for the POP-UP-PORTRAIT PROJECT 2016, Callum is a student at Project 21, a project of the Downs Syndrome Association of the NT.

The Free Space Studio is an inclusive and supportive visual arts studio project focused on the development of studio skills for artists with disability. Since 2013 The Free Space Studio has been housed at the Darwin Community Arts; and in 2016 has also started running workshops at Project 21, a project of the Downs Syndrome Association NT.

Opera in Australia Insolvent and the Bailouts Raise Serious Questions

Media Release from Free the Arts, 25th October 2016

Opera companies in Australia are largely insolvent a report released today has found. Many of the opera companies in Australia are now running deficits and demanding taxpayer funded bail-outs. The government’s announcement of $23.1m in new funding over 4 years comes on top of the fact that the opera companies have been insulated from the $300million of cuts to arts funding inflicted Abbott/Turnbull Governments and has raised some big questions across the sector. 

Sightlines: An Exhibition of New Works by Artists from the Free Space Studio

Sightlines: An Exhibition of New Works by Artists from the Free Space Studio, exhibited 3 – 19 June @ Tactile Arts. The Free Space Studio is an inclusive and supportive visual arts studio project focused on the development of studio skills for people with disabilities. Since 2013 The Free Space studio has been housed at the Darwin Community Arts ChambersCrescent Theatre and in 2016 has also started running workshops at Project21, a project of the Downs Syndrome Association NT.

Open Letter to the 45th Parliament on Multiculturalism and the Arts

An Open Letter from Australian artists has calleed on the 45th Parliament to reaffirm its commitment to core values of Australia’s cultural life and reject racist legislation.

Spokesperson for the group and Executive Officer for Darwin Community Arts, Bong Ramilo, said: “The recent election to the Australian Parliament of politicians who campaigned on policies that present a direct threat to the multicultural fabric of our country is of deep concern to us. These policies include:

Mr. Takahashi - Auditions

Casting opportunities exist for both professional and non-professional women from all cultures but we particularly require and encourage Indigenous and Asian-Australian women/girls to apply. Playing roles start as young as 15 years old. See below for casting specifics.

Date(s): 

Saturday, 10 September 2016 -
10:00am to 4:00pm

The Inaugural Sanderson Alliance Art Award 2016: Picture a Positive Relationship

The Inaugural Sanderson Alliance Art Award 2016 is an initiative of the Sanderson Alliance, an alliance of schools and other organiations in the Sanderson area. The will be inaugural theme for 2016 is "Picture a Positive Relationship". For more information and to enter the competition, download, complete, and return the attached Entry Form. Closing date for entries is 26 August 2016.

Prize and Entry Categories

In any 2D Medium inc photography

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