Beats and Clips wants budding songwriters, singers, musicians and filmmakers
to get together with Danny and Dixi to make a demo track and a music clip to get yourself on line,
to find your audience. Also to help you learn the process if you want to do it yourself.
It’s free, just turn up on a Monday from 2pm – 6pm at Darwin Community Arts in Malak Shopping Centre.
It all has to happen every Monday within 4 hours 2pm – 6pm from 5 Oct to the 14 Dec.
Bring an idea for a song, or a riff and develop it intensively, rehearse it and record it.
Or if you have your original work ready to go, we can get you into the recording studio real quick.
Then we make a music clip and edit it.
Time is limited and the budget is zero, we have the gear, space and skills and you have the talent,
lets get it together and whip up a track and a clip with a little help from us.
So get it together real quick and get to Malak on a Monday arvo.
Interested in music, call Danny – 0438 449 510
Bicycle tinkerer, artist: musician, music producer, sound engineer, disc jockey remixer,
whose hair is much older than he is.
Interested in filmmaking, call Dixi – 0403 995 751
Has done a myriad of film jobs over many years and is a freelance arts and screen worker,
who also knits and sews. Whose hair is as old as she is.
Or email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.
Go to www.dss.gov.au for more information.
Wednesday 30 September 7pm at Darwin Community Arts Studio, Malak Shopping Centre
Shel O'Toole and CemeNTworx Community Theatre are seeking interest from women in their new collaborative project Revealing Women which is an exploration of intimacy and sexuality.
A small group met Sunday night and had wide ranging conversations including how the questions on the original flyer might be intimidating for some women. Please be assured these introduction sessions are conversations where we laugh, we speak, we listen, we share. All we ask is that you join in the conversation. There is plenty of time afterwards to decide if you want to remain involved over the life of the project, whether that be in the development or the actual production.
One thing Brenda Logan and I trust is women's wisdom so the actual design of the production will emerge throughout the project along with the stories that need to be told.
Our first meeting concluded by the group acknowledging that women's experiences are influenced by a range of factors including family, culture, class and knowing we really want to have a diverse group of women involved.
Please call Shel on 0429 199 825 if you require more information
"Survival Tactics" unites the freshest Bboys, Bgirls, free runners, DJs, MCs, spoken word, graffiti and street artists in a powerful journey through the struggles of the modern metropolis.
Based on the critically acclaimed Hip Hop Theatre production which culminated in standing ovations at The Sydney Opera House,Released early from jail, MC and guitarist, Jet (Wire MC) attempts to reunite with his girlfriend, emerging Hip Hop dancer, Rosa (Demi Sorono). Jet's foster brother, Fury (Morganics) has spiralled into homelessness and drug addiction, scoring from Jet's rival, DJ Rich (Bboy Jay). Now their rivalry comes to a head when Jet discovers that Rosa has been rehearsing with DJ Rich to host his upcoming all star Hip Hop jam.
Reviews of the original Hip Hop Theatre production
“A hot new performance hybrid, the cast are a powerful and diverse collection of talents, serious Hip Hop cred ”
- The Age
“ breathtaking breakdancing and physical theatre. A challenging, energetic and relentlessly engaging work. Respect is due.”
– Sydney Morning Herald
Darwin Community Arts holds a regular Community Dinner on the last Monday of each month from February to November.
A meal and entertainment by local artists in a family friendly atmosphere provides a grea place to meet and mix with neighbours.
Supported by donations and the occassional sponsorship, so if you have a few dollars to throw in the donations bucket, please do so.
TODAY, Saturday, 19 September
and EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON 5PM – 9PM
Chambers Crescent Car Park, Malak
Farmers market, Food stalls, Arts & Crafts & Entertainment
Come along with the family and enjoy the twilight atmosphere!
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Reading The Signs takes a sometimes serious and oftentimes hilarious look at the day to day communication difficulties young people with a disability face when encountering the world of work, community, education and training, social life, bureaucracy, and social media. Despite the challenges, the CemeNTstars showcase their determination and triumph through theatre, music, song and dance.
When: 6pm Sunday 20 September, 2015
Where: Chambers Crescent Theatre, Malak Shopping Centre
Entry: $5 per person, $10 Family
Date(s): Sunday, 20 September 2015 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Shel O’Toole and CemeNTworx Community Theatre are seeking interest in their new collaborative project which they aim to present during next year’s Darwin Fringe Festival. Revealing Women is an exploration of intimacy and sexuality from a woman’s perspective.
Questions to be explored in the development of the show include:
- How confident are you in developing intimacy?
- How comfortable are you discussing sexuality? With your partner? With others?
- How has your sexual expression evolved throughout your life?
- What inhibits your expression of your sexuality?
It is envisaged the production will be a series of vignettes that are expressed through spoken word, dance, song and any other art-form we have the knowledge to create.
The first conversations will occur on Sunday 27 September, 2015 5pm & Wednesday 30 September 7pm at Darwin Community Arts, Malak Shopping Centre, Cnr Malak/Chambers Crescents.
Please call Shel on 0429199825 if you require more information.
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Join your neighbours and friends at the August Community Dinner outside in the car park at Chambers Crescent, Malak.
Monday 31 August @ 6pm
Sponsored by the United nations Association of Australia NT Division, this years Carpark Dinner celebrates World Humanitarian Day, honouring the aid workers who risk their lives to help others during times of disaster.
No doubt this theme will resonate with anyone who was living in Darwin when Cyclone Tracey paid a visit in 1974.
Enjoy a great night of entertainment and delicious food provided by My Sisters Kitchen.
This is Free Entry event, but donations are welcome and needed to continue the DCA Community Dinners at Malak.
Date(s): Wednesday, 26 August 2015 - 10:30am to Tuesday, 1 September 2015 - 10:30am
Calling actors to play the following roles in 'Darwin Diggers' to be staged on 6 & 7 November, commemorating Remembrance Day 2015.
- Male to play old man in his 80's
- Young male to play 12yr old school boy
- Male actor to play 24yr old Harry Pott
- Male actor to play Glamor Garr, part Filipino 22yr old
- Female to play Mrs Budgen, widow aged late 40s.
Rehearsals will take place on Monday & Thursday at DCA, Malak Shopping Centre starting 7pm, 27 August, 2015. To enlist or for more details, please contact Brenda 0419 256 530 (Brenda.email@example.com), Dixi 0403995751 (firstname.lastname@example.org) Christine 0417861727 (email@example.com)
Join us to celebrate the culmination of Asia in Darwin and Metamorphosis on Mayfair on Friday, 21st August, 6:00 to 9:00, Mayfair Gallery.. Works created during Metamorphosis on Mayfair from 18th to 20th August will be exhibited, along with the timelapse movies of the works being created. Paintings by Tony Amaral, Jess Santiago, and Kormilda College students will also be exhibited. Photographs by Leonard Reyes and the Darwin Photowalkers will be projected. Tagtool live projection and live jamming with Mats Unden, Etson Caminha, Leonard Reyes, Jess Santiago and others are also on the program. Images of the many activities will also be projected in the gallery. The exhibition will be up at Mayfair on the 22nd and 23rd August, 6:00 - 8:30 PM.Date(s): Friday, 21 August 2015 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Good art, good music, good people last night at Mayfair Gallery. Join us tonight, Thursday, 20 August, 6 - 8 PM, at Mayfair Gallery, Harriet Place, Darwin City, for more good stuff.Date(s): Thursday, 20 August 2015 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
See Jess Santiago, Etson Caminha, Leonard Reyes, with Danny Pattiselanno, at their final Darwin Festival performance at the Bamboo Bandstand, 6-7 PM, Festival Park, Darwin City.Date(s): Wednesday, 19 August 2015 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Day 1: Metamorphosis on Mayfair, 18 August. Good art, good music, good people. Join us tonight, Thursday, 19 August, 6 - 8 PM, at Mayfair Gallery, Harriet Place, Darwin City, for more good stuff.Date(s): Wednesday, 19 August 2015 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Paint cars, trees, buildings with light using DCA's Tagtool live projection system at Metamorphosis on Mayfair, at Mayfair Gallery, Harriet Place, Darwin City, 18-21 August, 6-8 PM. The Tagtool system is a live drawing tool using a graphics tablet, a purpose-built control device (the "Tagtool") and Open Source software that lets artists project tags (words, symbols, drawings) onto walls, cars, and other surfaces. It is a tool for digital street art and other forms of public art. DCA built and developed its Tagtools through its Frontline digital arts program; the Tagtools have been in service since 2010 and have been used in Darwin (including Parliament House), Launceston in Tasmania, and Manila in the Philippines.Date(s): Tuesday, 18 August 2015 - 6:00pm to Friday, 21 August 2015 - 10:00pm
The ultimate, magical transformation from one entity into something completely different, Metamorphosis on Mayfair is a cross-disciplinary extravaganza where sound and movement will transform into visual art, data, projections, performance, music and back again! WarpFestival’s planned WarpMeets will merge with Darwin Community Arts project 'Asia in Darwin', in which artists from Asia are in Darwin for collaboration and exchange. The participatory and collaborative art sessions of Metamorphosis on Mayfair starts Tuesday, 18 August, 6-8 PM, at Mayfair Gallery, Harriet Place, Darwin City.
The sessions will be held on Wednesday and Thursday nights, 6-8 PM, also. The sessions are for the Asia in Darwin artists, WarpFestival artists, and everyone to work together to create wortks of art that will be exhibited and performed at the Metamorphosis on Mayfair Launch on Friday, 21 August, 6:00 PM, Mayfair Gallery.
Join Leonard Reyes, Jesus Manuel “Jess” Santiago, Tony Amaral, Etson Caminha, Mats Undén, Bong Ramilo, and others in exploring, creating, and changing the physical reality of the space to create a metamorphosis of art forms.Date(s): Tuesday, 18 August 2015 - 6:00pm to Thursday, 20 August 2015 - 8:00pm
Asia in Darwin artists will perform at the Darwin Festival's "Festival Lounge" at the Railway Club, from 10:15 PM, Saturday, 15 August. This is their second performance at the Festival Lounge.Date(s): Saturday, 15 August 2015 - 9:45pm to Sunday, 16 August 2015 - 12:00am