Do It Yourself workshops in October

Do It Yourself sessions were held weekly throughout the month of October. Every workshop was dedicated to a different theme; our participants learn how to use drills, work with wood, make a-frames and create music instruments out of junk.

Community Dinner October 2014

Filipino traditional songs, Timorese drumming, Nepalese guitar songs, African choir, Scottish dancing and delicious barra dish (a donation from Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm) - that was on October Community Dinner menu.

Community Dinner September 2014

Great vibe at the September Community Dinner which coincided with the launch of Mental Health Week. We had six fantastic performances (Phoebe, Liam, Keltikka, Audrey, Shel and Malak Jammers aka Still Crazy After All These Years).

Freezing Hot

"I found Freezing Hot a very touching experience.  The 'Let It Go' musical segment by the young women was particularly moving as they were so genuinely 'in the moment' and giving it everything they had.

Waiting For Marlene

In celebration of Seniors Month, CemeNTworx Community Theatre in partnership with Darwin Theatre Company presented a rehearsed play reading 'Waiting For Marlene' written by Jean Holkner.

Hip Hopera

Tagtool at the Town Hall Ruins for Hip Hopera

The DCA Tagtool (digital graffiti) was a great success at the 'Hip Hopera: Battles at the Bus Stop' event on Friday August 29 at the City Ruins.

Community Dinner August 2014

It was celebrating Seniors in style at Malak Community Dinner in August. A fantastic night, intimate yet inclusive, included lovely performances and tasty food. The Cloggers, Groovy Grans, Still Belting Out Choir, Darwin Line Dancers and poet June Mills provided us with live entertainment.

First Impressions

On the 2nd and 3rd of August 2014 Sophia Constantine ran a weekend drama workshop with young people aged 12 – 21yrs at DCA. Her aim was to create a multi-cultural group of young people to connect with the themes of ritual, identity and first impressions.

Homelessness: Why we can't afford to ignore it

On Friday, 8 August, supported by Darwin Community Arts and NT Shelter,  Darwin Playback Theatre performed in Chambers Crescent Theatre around the theme of Homelessness: Why we can't afford to ignore it.

Parramatta Eels visit to Malak

Darwin Community Arts in collaboration with Malak community stakeholders and local sponsors was proud to host a visit from the Ambassadors of the Parramatta Eels on Wednesday the 6th of August, 2014 at the Malak (Holzerland) Park.

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