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.

Two women sit at a table telling their stories into microphones. A DADAA arts worker is recording them, while a woman stands behind observing.



City of Swan community

artists: Lisa Holt, Dylan Madurun and Tim Maley

This project is about getting people talking. Talking about lived experiences of disability and/or mental illness, about identity and the factors that have shaped it.

A collaborative project between the City of Swan community and DADAA, Interconnection has two main phases. In the first phase of the project, stories were recorded from the local community who were invited through City of Swan libraries to share their experiences of living in the region. In the second phase of the project, three artists from the City of Swan region who work out of DADAA studios, responded to the collected community stories.

Tim Maley, Lisa Holt, and Dylan Madurun each chose a story from the recorded interviews to inspire their artwork which will feature in an exhibition at Midland Courthouse in September and October. Visitors to the exhibition will be able to listen to the interviews associated with each artwork via a smart device.

Interconnections exhibition
Date: Saturday 16th September – Saturday 16th October
Where: Midland Courthouse

Community driven, supported by City of Swan


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