Darwin Community Arts
Darwin Community Arts
OVERINDULGENCE Online Exhibition - NOW OPEN!!
Darwin Community Arts
Darwin Community Arts
Only a couple of chances to catch this one. And with limited seating due to the continuing global pandemic, best you not miss out on this SLIDE Youth Dance Theatre production!
Darwin Community Arts
Darwin Community Arts
Arts Access Australia is inviting contributions to our inaugural online magazine featuring work by d/Deaf and disabled writers, to be published as part of Meeting Place 2020.

The magazine will be edited by NSW author/editor Gayle Kennedy and published on our Meeting Place website.

Submissions of poetry, flash fiction, short stories and non-fiction are welcomed, with the final date to submit being Wednesday 2 September. Chosen submissions will earn a AUD$150 fee (inclusive of GST).

For more information, please visit https://artsaccessaustralia.org/opportunity/call-for-submissions-poetry-flash-fiction-non-fiction/ Arts Access Australia
Darwin Community Arts
Darwin Community Arts
Last Saturday, Emma Lupin from Taste of The Top End took us on a sensory discovery walk through the suburbs and mangrove area of Coconut Grove; discovering the tastes, textures, colours, smells, patterns and sounds of both built-up and natural landscapes. We took our foraging and insights back to the studio to explore making brushes and inks from the found natural materials. Thanks to everyone who came along and City of Darwin for supporting the Intermingle program.
Darwin Community Arts
Darwin Community Arts
A moving light installation designed by Studio DRIFT, inspired by a poetic combination of nature and technology, Shylight is hidden in a “cocoon”. The light falls from its cocoon, opens its flower and floats down. At the slightest “danger”, Shylight will close up and retreat into its shell. 💡

🎥 Video by Let's Talk About Art.nl

www.rijksmuseum.nl

#Rijksviews
Darwin Community Arts
Rijksmuseum
A moving light installation designed by Studio DRIFT, inspired by a poetic combination of nature and technology, Shylight is hidden in a “cocoon”. The light falls from its cocoon, opens its flower and floats down. At the slightest “danger”, Shylight will close up and retreat into its shell. 💡 🎥 Video by Let's Talk About Art.nl www.rijksmuseum.nl #Rijksviews
Darwin Community Arts
Darwin Community Arts
'A Hypothetical Darwin'

Exhibition Opens Friday 7 August 6-8pm |
UNTiTLED gallery+studio (3/1 Caryota Court, Coconut Grove) |

Artist Talk Saturday 8 August 10:30 - 11:30 |
Exhibition Runs 7-27 August 2020 |

Alice Cotton music will be playing LIVE from 6-8pm on the night

Katy Moir Amina McConvell Lisa Pieca Darwin Festival #DF2020