Access to arts and culture for people with disability or a lived experience of mental illness community studios



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PROGRAM 2018





Access to arts and culture for people with disability or a lived experience of mental illness




COMMUNITY STUDIOS
VISUAL ARTS
Offering a wider range of programs than ever before, our visual arts studios operate from each of our three creative hubs, with workshops on every day of the week. All workshops are facilitated by a professional artsworker who focuses on developing each artist’s unique abilities in a group setting. Developing creative concepts, building technical skills and sharing work with audiences are all part of our studio-based workshop program.


TIMETABLE: VISUAL ARTS


WORKSHOP

LOCATION

DAY

TIME

LEVEL

ALL MEDIUMS

Fremantle

Tuesday

10–12pm

All levels




Midland

All days

10am–12pm

12.30–2.30pm



All levels




Lancelin

Tuesday

Thursday


9am-1pm

9am-1pm


All levels

All levels


















MIXED MEDIA

Fremantle

Monday

Tuesday


10am–1pm

1–4pm


Beginner

Advanced

















DRAWING

Fremantle

Thursday

Friday


10am–1pm

10am–1pm


All levels






Midland

All days

10am–12pm

12.30–2.30pm





















PAINTING

Fremantle

Wednesday

1–4pm

Beginner/

Intermediate


















PRINT-MAKING

Fremantle

Wednesday

9.30am–12.30pm

All levels




Midland

All days

10am–12pm

12.30–2.30pm



All levels




Geraldton

Thursday

9.30am–12.30pm

All levels
















TEXTILES, SOFT SCULPTURE, SEWING

Fremantle

Friday

10am–12pm

Beginner/

Intermediate






Midland

Friday

10am–12pm

12.30–2.30pm



Beginner/

Intermediate


















CLAY, POTTERY AND SCULPTURE

Midland

Friday

10am–12pm

12.30–2.30pm




All levels




Lancelin

Tuesday

10.30am–12.30pm

All levels
















METAL AND JEWELLERY

Fremantle

Friday

10am–12pm

Beginner/

Intermediate


















INTERVENTIONIST ART

Fremantle

Thursday

2–5pm

All levels
















COMMUNITY SHED

Lancelin

Wednesday

9am–11am

All levels

DIGITAL ARTS


DADAA’s digital arts program is well established, developing skills in digital story-telling and film-making. Participants work on a project of their choice, and are guided by professional artsworkers and film-makers to develop their story, capture vision, edit content and present, publish or perform their work in a professional setting or online.

All workshops are facilitated by a professional artsworker who focuses on developing each artist’s unique abilities in a group setting. Developing creative concepts, building technical skills and sharing work with audiences are all part of our studio-based workshop program.



TIMETABLE: DIGITAL ARTS


WORKSHOP

LOCATION

DAY

TIME

LEVEL

PAPER PROJECT

Fremantle

Monday

Tuesday


Wednesday

10am–2pm

10am–2pm


10am–1pm

All levels
















INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL ARTS

Fremantle

Monday

3.30–5.30pm

Beginner
















FILM-MAKING 1

Fremantle

Wednesday

3.30–5.30pm

Intermediate
















PHOTOGRAPHY

Midland

Fremantle



Wednesday

Thursday


12.30–2.30pm

1–3pm


Beginner

Intermediate


















MIXED REALITY

Fremantle

Various

Various

Intermediate/Advanced
















VIRTUAL REALITY

Fremantle

Friday

10am–12pm

All levels
















DANCE AND PERFORMANCE
If you love movement, dance, performance or public art, then consider one of the programs below.
Interventionist Art is our Green Brigade Project: a social and public arts project. The Mixed Reality program is a digital arts/film-based performance program. All others follow more traditional approaches to dance and performance.

TIMETABLE: DANCE AND PERFORMANCE





PROGRAM

LOCATION

DAY

TIME

LEVEL

INTERVENTIONIST ART: GREEN BRIGADE

Fremantle

Monday

Thursday


Saturday

TBC
2–5pm

9am–12pm


All levels
















MIXED REALITY

Various

Various

Various

Intermediate
















TRACKSUIT

Midland

Monday

10am–1pm

Advanced
















ON TRACK

Midland

Wednesday

10am–12pm

Beginner/

Intermediate






Lancelin

Friday

10am–12pm


Beginner/

Intermediate



YOUTH PERFORMANCE

Fremantle

Thursday


9.30am–12.30pm


Beginner/

Intermediate



MUSIC
Our music program has expanded for 2018. Work individually with a professional musician or join a small ensemble that gets to learn from professional musicians and perform periodically throughout the year and work. Focus on technical skill or explore music with performance and dance.


TIMETABLE: MUSIC





PROGRAM

LOCATION

DAY

TIME

LEVEL

LOOSE TOOTH

Fremantle

Tuesday

6–8pm

Beginner/

Intermediate


















THE DEFINITIVE

Midland

Monday

3–4.30pm

Beginner/

Intermediate


















PIANOEASY

Fremantle

By arrangement

By arrangement

Beginner/

Intermediate


















SOUND ART

Fremantle

By arrangement

By arrangement

Beginner/

Intermediate


CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS

For school-aged children, our Artlink programs develop a love of the arts and performance, and prepare children to continue arts activities into their futures. This is part of our Act-Belong-Commit partnership.
School Holiday Programs change throughout the year with new information posted to the DADAA website.
For young adults aged 16–25, we offer programs to support you as an early-career artists and aim to develop your professionally – as an individual artist or in preparation for tertiary study.



TIMETABLE: ARTLINK CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS



PROGRAM

LOCATION

DAY

TIME

LEVEL

VISUAL ARTS

Fremantle

Saturday

10am–12pm

Beginner/

Intermediate






Midland

Saturday

10am–12pm

Beginner/

Intermediate






Quinns Rocks

Saturday

10am–12pm

Beginner
















SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAMS

Fremantle

September

September

Beginner/ Intermediate




Lancelin

September

September

Beginner/ Intermediate

TIMETABLE: YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULTS PROGRAMS





PROGRAM

LOCATION

DAY

TIME

LEVEL

VISUAL ARTS

Fremantle

Tuesday

Saturday


10am–12pm

1–3pm


All levels




Midland

Saturday

10am–2pm

All levels




Quinns Rocks

Saturday

12.30–2.30pm

All levels
















YOUTH PERFORMANCE

Fremantle

Thursday

TBC


9.30am–12.30pm

3.30–5.30pm



Beginner/Intermediate
















TERTIARY TRANSITIONS: VISUAL/DIGITAL

Northbridge
Other locations TBC

Saturday

10am–12pm

Intermediate/Advanced


PROFESSIONAL PATHWAYS

ONE-TO-ONE MENTORSHIPS
One-to-one mentoring with a professional artist or artsworker is also available across all artforms. DADAA connects emerging artists with professional artists to develop skills and career paths. Please contact us to discuss options if you are interested in this pathway.

ARTIST IN RESIDENCE PROGRAMS


Act-Belong-Commit Artist in Residence: Hard Pressed with Lizzy Robinson runs from 10 January to 4 February. The program includes masterclasses with professional print-maker Lizzy Robinson to develop large-format prints. Additional community workshops will develop smaller prints. All work printed in a Public Print Day, 31 January 2018, with a steamroller outside the Fremantle Old Boys School, DADAA Fremantle
EXHIBITION OPPORTUNIITES
Our annual program of artist exhibitions at the DADAA Galleries and professional galleries in the Perth metro area give DADAA artists numerous avenues to connect with audiences and develop their capacity as professional artists.
ONLINE GALLERY AND BLOG SPACE
Via the stARTSPEAK platform, a growing number of artists have the opportunity to showcase their work and communicate with new audiences.
PARTNERSHIPS



FESTIVAL CONNECT: You Know We Belong Together
Year three of our four-year partnership with Perth Festival will see DADAA co-produce You Know We Belong Together with Black Swan Theatre and Perth Festival. Artist Julia Hales takes her show to the Festival stage, in collaboration with writer Finn O’Branagain and director Clare Watson.


ARTS ACCESS VICTORIA: The Other Film Festival
Bringing this well-established film festival to Western Australia for the first time, DADAA partners with AAV to show internationally acclaimed films made by film-makers with disability. This initiative is supported by Healthway and promotes disability leadership in the film industry.


TELETHON KIDS INSTITUTE: Performance and Evaluation Program
In an exciting new partnership, DADAA collaborates with Circus WA to provide an avenue for young people with high-support needs to push their bodies as they learn new performance skills. A digital component complements physical activity to overcome any barriers, with performances at the Awesome International Festival in 2019. DADAA collaborates with Telethon Institute researchers to conduct a Quality of Life evaluation that will also develop and test new research methods.


SCULPTURE BY THE SEA: Tactile Tours
Now in its tenth year, the DADAA–Sculpture By The Sea partnership again runs tactile tours and beach access tours for audiences with disability to access this iconic summer exhibition.
ACT-BELONG-COMMIT: Artlink Children’s Program, Artist in Residence, The Other Film Festival, Audio Description
We continue to partner with WA’s highly successful Act-Belong-Commit initiative that addresses mental health and wellbeing. Funding continues to support children and dance programs while, in 2018, also extending to supporting the inaugural Act-Belong-Commit Artist In Residence program, the Other Film Festival and our live Audio Description service.


CROWN RESORT AND PACKER FOUNDATION: School Holiday Program
Now in year two of funding for DADAA’s School Holiday Programs, this program is aimed at building resilience in school-aged children by developing skills and a love of comedy, film and performance.



REGIONAL PROGRAMS

HARD PRESSED (GERALDTON)

Community print-making to develop big-format linocuts, with final works printed on a community print day with a steamroller. Local and travelling exhibition program tours outcomes to other regional WA communities.

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS

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FREE STATE ARTS AND HEALTH (SOUTH AFRICA)

Now in its third year, this international collaboration sees DADAA’s arts and disability practice and IP transferred to South Africa through participatory CACD programs and artsworker exchange. The Free State Arts and Health project has held several successful on-the-ground arts projects targeting key health issues, such as HIV. The program is made possible with additional funding from the Mellon Foundation, University of the Free Sate and the Vry Festival. Broader partnerships with the South African government and Witwatersrand University will come on board during 2018.





ACCESS SERVICES

AUDIO DESCRIBED SHOWS AND TACTILE TOURS


Working across Perth’s major festival and performance venues, DADAA offer the only live Audio Description service in WA. This year, we will Audio Describe in excess of 25 performances and bring Tactile Tours to significant exhibitions, including Sculpture by the Sea.



TRAINING FOR ORGANISATIONS
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Training for businesses, arts organisations and local governments, DADAA takes Disability Awareness Training, Vision Awareness Training, Digital and Touchpad Training to organisations or hosts training at our Fremantle hub: the heritage-listed Old Boys School.

RESEARCH AND EVALUATION

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Ongoing evaluation consultancy focused on DAIP awareness and implementation; program and venue accessibility; participatory arts program evaluation.


CREATIVE HUBS


DADAA FREMANTLE: Now located at the Fremantle Old Boys’ School mid-year, this hub includes additional studios, performance spaces, gallery spaces, a café, cinema and partnerships with other community programs.


DADAA MIDLAND: Serving the eastern region of Perth, Midland is a vibrant hub for daily workshops in visual arts. The centre has a growing Aboriginal Arts program and is located in the NDIS Hill Trial site.
DADAA LANCELIN: Based at the Wangaree Community Centre, DADAA is lead tenant and a key provider of community arts programs for the Shire of Gingin.

MORE INFORMATION
www.dadaa.org.au





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