Exhibition | Danjoo

Danjoo – meaning together in Bibbulmun Noongar language – brings together established, mid-career and emerging Aboriginal artists from the south west of WA. It aims to present diverse artworks that speak of local Aboriginal culture and contemporary, personal, social and political issues.

Featuring DADAA Studio artists Lewis Nannup, Daniel Roe, Mandy White and Desmond Woodley, this promises to be a proud celebration of local Aboriginal culture, Country, language and visual arts practice in Western Australia.

Opening 15 February, 6pm.
Exhibition continues to 6 April.

Midland Junction Arts Centre

Perth Festival – The Nature of Why

The Nature of Why

DADAA is pleased to support The Nature of Why in this year’s Perth Festival. This exciting performance celebrates the transformative power of music and dance, merging contemporary movement and live orchestral music with joyous intensity.

It’s an epic creative undertaking that features choreography by Caroline Bowditch, direction by Charles Hazelwood and live music from the Perth Symphony Orchestra and the British Paraorchestra – the world’s only large-scale ensemble for professional disabled musicians.

Sounds great? Tickets now available on the Perth Festival website

The Nature of Why
at State Theatre Centre of WA
21 – 23 February 2019