Darwin Community Arts showreel 2021 

Our Vision: A Darwin Region where art is made and shared by all, where that art cherishes our communities and our planet.

Phone: (08) 8945 7347 | email: admin@darwincommunityarts.org.au | Main building: 2-3,1 Travers Street Coconut Grove | Website: darwincommunityarts.org.au

Video by Tarzan JungleQueen

Short Film Project for Daminmin supported by Festivals Australia

Yangal Sharing Knowledge was made on the land of the Limilngan-Wulna people. A film about continuing generations of weavers capturing the stories, practices, and philosophies of Marguerite Hayes, Norma Benger, Lynette Kenyon, and Tiarnnah Kenyon

Film Maker Naina Sen  

Proudly supported by Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours, Festivals Australia, Darwin Community Arts, Australia Council for the Arts and Arts NT.

Fist Full of Films Festival 2021

Featuring award-winning short films, documentaries, music videos, mobile films, drone video, experimental film and more. These special film nights will celebrate the talents of the NT’s filmmakers. A fabulous program of short films.

Harmony Soiree Promo 2020

2020 – an annual multicultural music and dance festival.

Darwin Community Arts showreel 2019

Video by Tarzan JungleQueen (2019)


Dream Animate

Eight animations drawn and edited on either mobile phones or iPads for our DIY Animate workshop program (2020-21). The theme was ‘dreams during the covid pandemic’. The workshops were facilitated by Levin Diatschenko and Jack Tinapple.  This DCA program was kindly funded by a Digital Adaption Grant from the Northern Territory Government and coordinated by Georgia Glen.

Annie Moors Artist Residency

Annie Moors is a Yurrwi/Milingimbi woman and emerging visual artist based in Darwin. Much of Annie’s artistic practice and subject matter is related to her Yolngu culture, family and country of Yurrwi/Milingimbi in North East Arnhem Land. This residency was centred around a mentorship program. Annie is one of the artists participating in DCA’s Arts Access program.

Video by Eve Pawlik

The Free Space Studio

The Free Space Studio artists exhibition Who We Are featured ten artists and was on display at four locations around Darwin, through the City Of Darwin’s Citylife Platform.

Talking to the future

In this publication, we hear from 5 visual artists from the Free Space Studio, as they discuss their artworks in response to the theme of Talking To The Future. The artists works explore the theme in many interesting ways – from planning parties; to the importance of family, to pop-culture and saving the environment. Video by Tarzan JungleQueen (2019).

Darwin Community Arts 2019

Video by Tarzan JungleQueen (2019)