A VIBRANT ARTS AND HEALTH HUB
DADAA Fremantle is located in the Old Fremantle Boys’ School. An exciting new partnership with the City of Fremantle has allowed us to better align with the City of Fremantle’s current Economic Development Strategy by strengthening DADAA’s contribution to ‘knowledge-based’ and ‘population-based’ industries. The expanded hub provides a stronger sense of place, a more vibrant public arts program, and a more accessible arts and cultural plan for the whole community.
The building is undergoing its final stage of renovation, which includes fit-out for the visual and digital arts studios, gallery and cafe.
The following venues are located at the Boys’ School. Some spaces are available for hire.
The heart of the Boys’ School, this is the largest space in the building and has been stripped back to its original form. Go to Space to Co to learn more about this venue and to hire it for your group activity or function.
Home to PianoEasy during school terms for 40 weeks a year, DADAA and other groups use this space for the remaining 12 weeks during term breaks. We consider requests to use this space on a case-by-case basis.
Visual Arts Studio
A vibrant space for DADAA weekly workshops across all visual arts forms.
DADAA’s digital workshops and programs take place in this studio.
Opening in September 2019, the Gallery will hold six contemporary arts exhibitions per year – each with an associated public program. The Gallery will be a leader in accessibility for artists and audiences with disability, and focus its programming on new works, new conversations, the diversity within disability arts and inclusion.
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