Office closure over the holiday break

We would like thank all our staff, board, volunteers, members, stakeholders, neighbours, friends and families for their on-going support in 2014. We wish you safe and happy festive season and looking forward to new exciting adventures in 2015! Please note that our office will be officially closed for public from Monday 15 December and will re-open on Monday 12 January 2015.

Women's Wisdom - another information session

Thanks to all those women who attended the first information/expression of interest meeting held in November. Women's Wisdom promises to be a really exciting and interesting project if our conversation that night is anything to go by. We would like to invite more senior women to become involved on Tuesday 9 December, 2014 at 6pm.

Funding boost for 'Reading The Signs'

We are stoked to announce on International Day of People with Disability that our application for funding towards 'Reading The Signs' resources (CemeNTworx project) has been successful. The sum of $7,222 (granted by City of Darwin) will be used to purchase standing & desktop easels, silk screen sets, rollers & squeegees for art workshops plus digital cameras and a movie camcorder for workshops & documentation at Project 21.

CemeNTstars to enjoy a well-deserved break

CemeNTstars are having a break and will re-start on Tuesday, 3 February 2015, at 5pm. Thanks to Brenda Logan (Creative Producer), Tania Lieman (Facilitator), volunteers and family for your dedication and support this year. Happy Holidays!

Kamu people - We are not extinct

Darwin Community Arts is honored to support and auspice a new project by Patsy Que Noy. It will be an exhibition of paintings titled "Kamu people - We are not extinct" held at the Northern Territory Library in early 2015.

Women's Wisdom - theatre production

Calling senior (over 50 years old) women with performance experience and stories to tell about the challenges of living in a youth focussed society. Actors, poets, musicians, writers, visual artists, photographers, dancers and film-makers interested in being part of a community project which will not only highlight issues impacting on older women, but also celebrate their artistic and creative talents, please come forward with your ideas. Performance will take place on Friday 6 March, 2015 for International Women's Day 2015.

Multicultural Film Festival ready for 2015

We are very excited to receive $3,000 funding towards Multicultural Film Festival after having successfully applied for Multicultural Affairs Sponsorship Program grant (courtesy of NT Government). The festival will be held in June 2015 and will give opportunity to local multicultural communities to screen their movies and share cultural diversity in Top End. If you want to enter a movie or know more details, contact Nitesh Raj Pant, Creative Producer, on niteshrajpant@gmail.com

 

Youth Dance & Music Show

KYD Re-Volution™ represents IT'S OUR TURN (because ‘it’s our turn’ to be seen). Directed by Stephanie Spillett, the show features singers, rappers & dancers.
When: 4/12/14 @ 2:30pm, 5/12/14 @ 7:00pm
Where: Chambers Crescent Theatre, Malak
Tickets: $5
Sausage sizzle held before the show on Friday
For booking enquiries email s.spillett97@live.com

Free Space Studio exhibition

You are warmly invited to an exhibition "In the Studio: An Exhibition of New Works by Artists from the Free Space Studio". The exhibition runs from Tuesday 18 November to Friday 5 December 2014 at City of Darwin's Community Art Space (Civic Centre, above the library), Harry Chan Avenue. Please see the attached PDF exhibition catalogue - this beautiful document featuring the artist's works will be launched at the exhibition opening.

Big plans for My Sisters’ Kitchen

The Monday night My Sisters' Kitchen (MSK) program has become a wonderful place for exchange of all sorts of tactile arts and crafts practices. Over the past few months we've welcomed many friends sharing their crafts. We've learnt how to weave rag rugs, knit with material scraps, bead and sew all sorts of outfits - baby clothes, dresses, skirts, shirts, aprons and even a ball gown have been started. The children have been busy making toys from recycled materials.

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