DARWIN FRINGE SHOW- IN MY SKIN

DARWIN FRINGE SHOW- IN MY SKIN

Saturday 15th July 3.45pm

By CemeNTHeads through CemeNTWorx Theatre Progam at Darwin Community Arts.
Simple in construction and pared back. Beautiful and powerful spoken word, poetry, theatre and storytelling - new work by the CemenNTHeads dramagroup.
A view of mental health from the inside.
Short and Sweet and a hidden little gem!
Directed by Tania Lieman
#10, $5 concession - pre sales book online @ darwinfringe.org.au
supported by Mission Australia

 

Build a Wicking Bed

Building a Wicking Bed

Reduce the amount and frequency of watering and other maintenance of your garden beds whilst increasing the yield.

Join us for the workshop to be held at DCA at the rear of Malak Shopping Centre.

 Off the rear carpark up the ramp.

Saturday 24th June 2017

10am to 11.30am

 Tools, materials and facilitator provided.

 

If you are interested in any of our programs

contact us on 8945 7347 for more information.

*Funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.

Go to www.dss.gov.au for more information.

 

 

 

Feastival - a feast of multicultural theatre

Feastival - a feast of multicultural theatre poster

Feastival  SUNDAY JUNE 18th 6PM
Is a triple bill – a feast of multicultural theatre produced by 3 Darwin cultural groups.
From Japanese Eyes- Bombing of Darwin depicts the true story of Hajime Toyashima, the first Australian POW during World War II. Hajime was captured by Indigenous man, Matthias Ulungura after his fighter plane emergency crash landed on Melville Island during the bombing of Darwin. He was later cited as one of the leaders of the largest POW breakout in Australia during WWII, signaling the start of the rebellion on his bugle. This piece honors Hajime’s courage and intelligence and describes the influence of the Japanese code of military conduct on his destiny.
Past Journey- Bright Future is the story of two young people who were born in a Ugandan refugee camp. They depict their early life in the camp, the beauty of Africa and the way they discovered and could explore their identity, and Ma’di culture - only after they arrived in Australia.  

The musical theatre piece Yatra weaves the story (with humour and song) of leaving your home country of India for a better future in Darwin.

It celebrates being a migrant Australian and honors the journey to build a new life.

 Chambers Crescent Theatre, Malak   Sunday 18th June, 6pm

Tania Lieman 0439 855 264

 

Cementworx@darwincommunityarts.org.au

Malak Marketplace

Open every Saturday evening from 29th April until 28th October Evening Market at Malak
From 4pm till 9pm at the Chambers Crescent car park behind the Malak shops.

The market provides an exciting venue for local arts and crafts with live entertainment and a multicultural range of delicious foods in a comfortable tropical setting.

April Community Dinner

community dinner flyer April 24 2017

Come and celebrate World Art Day 2017

Get a taste for ART
Enjoy dinner and a night of creative making led by local community artists, including Alison Dowell.
A magical night for you to join in.

Try origami, crazy pom pom critters, drawing, and sewing little juggling chooks, among other things.

6pm April 24th at DCA Chambers Crescent Theatre, Malak.

 

For Art's Sake!

For Art's Sake Conference on Community Arts and Cultural Development, Darwin, 22 April 2017, 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Corrugated Iron Youth Arts, Nightcliff. This is a project led by Corrugated Iron Youth Arts, with Darwin Community Arts as a partner. Please attend. It is free but please register for catering purposes at https://www.trybooking.com/PPBV.
Visit the website for more information: http://www.4art.org.au.

Notice of Annual General Meeting: 26 April 2017

The Annual General Meeting of Darwin Community Arts Inc. will be held at 6:00pm, Wednesday, 26 April 2017, at the DCA Office, Malak Shopping Centre, 16 Malak Crescent, Malak NT 0812.

The business will include:

  • Presentation of 2016 Annual Reports
  • Presentation of 2016 Audited Statement
  • Election of Board Members

For more information contact (08) 8945 7347

The VIZ-ABILITY

VIZ-ABILITY poster

A National Youth Week Event;

The VIZ-ABILITY

6pm Saturday April 8th
Chambers Crescent Theatre
Malak

$5 per person, $10 per family

cementworx@darwincommunityarts.org.au
0439 855 264

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

Playback Theatre logo

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:

  • Storytelling
  • Improvisation
  • Acting
  • Music and sound
  • Physical theatre
  • Ensemble
  • Metaphor and
  • Bringing people’s stories to life.

Darwin Playback is growing the company.
All welcome whether experienced or not; whether you want to perform or just work together regularly to learn and use playback forms.
8-week workshop series starts Wednesday 22nd February

from 5:30 to 7pm at Nightcliff Uniting Church,
21 Cummins St, 
Rapid Creek.
If unable to attend on the 22nd, please come along following week, Wednesday 1st March.
Gold coin donation

Check out Playback Theatre Darwin’s Facebook page.

For more info email playbackdarwin@gmail.com

or call Sara on 0427757738

 

 

 

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