TAP [Tactile Art Project] | Vision Awareness Training

As part of TAP [Tactile Art Project] exhibition at Midland Junction Arts Centre, join the DADAA’s Access All Arts team and consultants for a training session to upskill in vision impairment access and awareness.

The training session includes a demonstration of a Tactile Tour led within the current exhibition TAP (Tactile Art Project).

FREE | bookings essential

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Fri 18 Jun | 10am – 12.30pm | Suitable for 18+ yrs
Midland Junction Arts Centre | 276 Great Eastern Hwy, Midland WA

image: Greg Harler, untitled (detail), 2021, textiles, 223 x 50cm


A photographic exhibition by Tina DeLaFontaine and Kevin Wilson.

Date and Time: 26 April – 20 May 2019
Venue: Guildford Village Potters, 22 Meadow Street, Guildford

Gallery open 10am – 4pm daily.

This exhibition will also travel to DADAA Lancelin and other venues. Details will be posted on our website.

Image: Tina DeLaFontaine


Presented by DADAA

You are invited to the opening of IN FOCUS. This annual exhibition features artists from DADAA’s Midland studios. This is an inclusive exhibition where artists select one of their best works to present.

This year, artists have explored the notion of place, with an emphasis on print-making processes.

Exhibition Details

Opening night is Thursday 18 April 2019, 6.30 – 8pm.

Exhibition open Wednesday to Friday, 10am – 5pm, and Saturdays, 10am – 3pm.

Exhibition runs 24 April – 22 June 2019.

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