Changing how the community sees disability
DADAA has teamed up with Arts Access Victoria to bring The Other Film Festival from Melbourne to Fremantle for the first time!
On 6 & 7 October in our very own cinema in the Fremantle Old Boys’ School you can catch amazing films from around the world by, with, and about people with disability.
And, as part of the festival, we’re also proud to present the inaugural Act-Belong-Commit WA Stories short films showcase made by DADAA artists!
Click here to check out the wonderful films that will be on show!
For more info please email us or phone 9430 6616.
DADAA is looking for new arts workers to join our team!
If you have previous experience in running arts-based programs to provide mentoring workshops for groups and in one-to-one sessions we would love to hear from you.
DADAA has received funding from the Department for Communities to offer up to 40 artists the opportunity to develop their digital and arts skills for 2 hours a week over a 40-week period. Workshops will be conducted in a combination of one-on-one and group settings. Workshops may include but are not limited to: digital art, animation, film-making, drawing, painting, mixed media, performance and music.
The workshops will be based at the DADAA Fremantle Hub. This is a casual contract for 12 months and workshop hours can be flexible.
To put forward an expression of interest please email us your CV and cover letter.
Applications close: Friday 28 September, 5pm.
Contact us for more information.