Darwin Community Arts
Darwin Community Arts
UNTiTLED Gallery + Studio is now taking proposals for our 2020 Dry Season Residency Program, the 6-week residency is open to local, interstate and international. Artists with a community based or socially engaged practice are encouraged to apply - the opportunity is open to: artist groups, collectives, individual artists and curators.

Artists and curators are invited to apply to use the gallery and studio space to make new work - or - undertake research - or - engage with communities through creative practice. Innovative and experimental approaches are supported. The successful applicant will exhibit the outcome of their residency project, run a short public workshop and deliver an artist talk at the end of the residency program.
The residency program strives to be inclusive of all artists, including: people of all communities, cultures, abilities, ages, sexuality and faiths.

Please see bio for submission guidelines

Thankyou to @jocelyntribe and @amelia.luscombe for being our 2019 collaborative artists in residence. Jocelyn and Amelia developed their exhibition ‘stillnessflow’ focusing on the theme of mark making they also held a half day workshop in our studio where participants were able to explore this theme of mark making 🧑‍🎨😁💜 @ untitled gallery+studio
Darwin Community Arts
Darwin Community Arts
UNTiTLED Gallery + Studio is now taking proposals for our 2020 Dry Season Residency Program, the 6-week residency is open to local, interstate and international artists. Artists with a community based or socially engaged practice are encouraged to apply - the opportunity is open to: artist groups, collectives, individual artists and curators.

Artists and curators are invited to apply to use the gallery and studio space to make new work - or - undertake research - or - engage with communities through creative practice. Innovative and experimental approaches are supported. The successful applicant will exhibit the outcome of their residency project, run a short public workshop and deliver an artist talk at the end of the residency program.
The residency program strives to be inclusive of all artists, including: people of all communities, cultures, abilities, ages, sexuality and faiths.

Please see bio for submission guidelines
Darwin Community Arts
Darwin Community Arts
There’s been a lot going on in the Regional Arts Australia offices and we are excited to share with you some opportunities for 2020.

The Australian Government announced a National Regional Arts Fellowship Program for 2020.

The program is designed to elevate the practice of artists and practitioners across regional, rural and remote Australia, raise their profile and provide professional development opportunities.

The application process is now open, guidelines and links can be found here

https://regionalarts.com.au/professional-development/fellowships

We are also recruiting for two new positions; Project Coordinator & Artlands Production Manager

Both roles will be part of the core Artlands 2020 team and will work within the guidelines of Regional Arts Australia’s strategic plan goals and objectives.

Positions descriptions are available here https://regionalarts.com.au/about/vacancies and are listed on Arts Hub.

http://www.darwincommunityarts.org.au/index.php/nt-regional-arts-ntra/
Darwin Community Arts
Darwin Community Arts
Global street art competition for International Women’s Day!

https://www.internationalwomensday.com/Activity/14386/Women-Street-Artists-Competition

There are two ways to support this comp, paint a mural or share murals being painted. Use these hashtags #iwd2020 #eachforequal #iwdstreetart #iwdmural to share your own art or art of those around you, that way we all raise awareness and visibility of female street artist globally.

Let’s show the world how many women are out there, getting up!!
Darwin Community Arts
Darwin Community Arts
A message from Monash University :

My name is Dr Nikos Thomacos. I am a Senior Lecturer in the School of Primary Health Care at Monash University.

I am working on a research study with my colleague Jason Yeung on supportive relationships.

This is an important study as it will allow us to gain a deeper insight into the supportive relationships in our lives, and their impacts on our health and well-being. The findings will also be used to help us better train health care and other professionals.

If you agree to participate you will complete a number of online surveys about who you turn to for support; your relationships with others; and, some general questions about you; for example, your age, sex, etc.

The surveys should take approximately about half an hour to complete.

To participate in this study, you need to be 18 years of age or older, can complete the surveys in English, and live in Australia.

No information will be collected that would allow you to be identified, so all responses will remain anonymous.

The Monash University Research Ethics Committee has reviewed and approved this piece of research.

This link will take you to the study: https://monash.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_er1Qtm99bUUaTad

Finally, if you know of any other people like yourself who you think might be interested in supporting or potentially participating in the study, please feel free to forward details to them.

If you have any questions or we can clarify anything about the study, please contact me on 9904-4873 or nikos.thomacos@moansh.edu or Jason Yeung at jason.yeung@monash.edu

Yours faithfully,

Dr Nikos Thomacos & Jason Yeung
Darwin Community Arts
Darwin Community Arts
UNTiTLED Gallery + Studio is now taking proposals for our 2020 Dry Season Residency Program, the 6-week residency is open to local, interstate and international. Artists with a community based or socially engaged practice are encouraged to apply - the opportunity is open to: artist groups, collectiv...