Appointment of new Auditor

DADAA would like to formally advise that Not for Profit Accounting Specialists (NFPAS) has resigned from 19 February 2024 and Nexia Perth Audit Service Pty Ltd have been appointed.

DADAA Fremantle launches new exhibition space

9th Aug 2021

[spacer height=”20px”]DADAA recently launched a new exhibition space, the Side Gallery, with an exhibition by DADAA Fremantle studio artist Simon Marchment, Exodus Through Art. This exhibition presents a series of paintings which express the artist’s personal connection and experiences of place, both real and imagined.

You can visit the exhibition Monday – Friday, 10am–4pm until August 13.

The Side Gallery at DADAA Fremantle sits alongside the main gallery and will feature a program of exhibitions throughout the year.  The gallery will promote new works by West Australian and Australian artists, with a focus on artists working within DADAA’s arts program, or artists with a lived experience of disability and/or a mental illness.

This space aims to create opportunities for first time exhibitors or artists wishing to showcase a body of work that they have had in development. Open to all mediums, works will be selected from artists through an open call for applications and an assessment panel.

We are currently taking applications for 2022. If you are interested in applying you can find out more here.

The Side Gallery is presented by Act Belong Commit

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image: Simon Marchment, Churchman Brook I, acrylic on canvas, 50 x 60cm

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