Chair: Jan Court
Vice Chair: Marion Fredriksson
Treasurer: Harry Bray
Secretary: Taryn Harvey
Members: Gill McKinlay, Wendy Cox, Kieran Cranny, Keryth Cattalini

Expressions of Interest for New Board Directors

DADAA is currently seeking Expressions of Interest for positions on the DADAA Board. We are currently undergoing significant change and expansion and we are seeking new Board directors to lead DADAA through this exciting new period. It is highly desirable for potential new Board members to have a lived experience of disability. We are looking for people with disabilities who work well with others and respect and promote diversity.

Please download the full Expression of Interest information and form below.

DADAA Board EOI 2017



Executive Director: David Doyle
Director of Development: Ricky Arnold
Manager of Finance: Wijay
Accounts and Payroll Officer: Chris Ball
Accounts Payable: Gillian Barwell
Administration Assistants: Pauline Miles, Gillian Barwell
Digital Producer: Simone Flavelle
Digital Arts Project Support: Zoe Martyn, Katherine Wilkinson, Lincoln Mckinnon
Creative Producer: Christopher Williams
Coordinator Artlink: Connla Kerr
Head of Communications: Andrea Lewis
Head of Production: Jacque Homer
Evaluation and Research: Natalie Georgeff


Manager DADAA Midland: Mallika Macleod
Coordinator Partnerships and Services: Cynda Empsall
Coordinator Staff Services: Peter Zylstra
Centre Coordinator: Andrea Lippiatt
Administration Assistant:
Shelley McDonald


Coordinator Partnerships and Services: Julie Grieve


The artsworkers employed by DADAA play a vital role in the life and energy of our studios. They are highly skilled, passionate and dedicated artists who develop the artistic interests and skills of participants and encourage meaningful social connections across the community. They are highly qualified artists, skilled in community arts and cultural development practice and in working with people with disability or mental health issues. All of our artsworkers are artists in their own right; many are well-known Western Australian public artists.


DADAA offers targeted arts and cultural programs that include a broad range of traditional and new media projects in almost 50 Western Australian communities.

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