Art lives on!
You can take the creative out of the art but you can’t take the art out of the creative. Despite the festival cancellation some of these events have found safe ways to share their work and bring people together. Originally a part of the 2021 Darwin Fringe program, these shows are now kicking on in their own way.
On display now. An immersive small sculpture exhibition with artworks in the show resembling flora with an abstract twist. Crafted with Recycled materials.
On display at Dom’s Bar & lounge in Nightcliff
Closing Party: Friday July 16
NO NICE NATIVES?
The first ever exhibition from local painter Stephanie Brooke. An exploration of native botanicals from around the Territory using contrasted colour and intricate pattern. This body of work is in response to being told by a nursery owner that ‘there are no nice native plants int he Northern Territory.’
On display at Art Decor and Picture Framing, 5/33 Cavenagh St until July 23rd
Gallery open Mondays to Friday 9am-5pm, Saturday 9.30am-1pm
DO I SEDUCE YOU?
The first ever solo show from creative Tarzan Jungle Queen. Queer bodies are often seen only for their similarities and differences to the male and female body. ‘Do I seduce you?’ is both parody and provocation – asking you to look closely and consider your own sexual response.
On display at the Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Parap
Gallery open Wed-Fri 10-4 | Saturday 10-2
THE EPI(C)PHANNYS W RUBEN REEVES
Enjoy some live music! Don’t forget to party with the community in mind. Mask up, check in and space out!
Friday July 9 at the Darwin Railway Club, Parap from 7pm
COLOURS OF COUNTRY
A journey through seasons and nature – by Emma Lupin.
Exhibition opens Saturday 10 July | 10.30am – 12.30pm
UNTiTLED gallery+studio 3/1 Caryota Court, Coconut Grove
Exhibition runs 10 – 29 July 2021
Gallery open Wednesday – Friday 11am – 4pm | Saturday 10am – 12pm
Exhibition of works created by emerging artists aged 12-25.
Exhibition opens Saturday 10 July | 6-8pm
Radio Gnome Records, 35 Cavenagh Street, shop 11&13, Darwin City
Exhibitions runs TBA
Gallery open Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm
RAPID CREEK ARTIST TRAIL
Walk, ride or drive your way around Rapid Creek for a self driven tour of 4 local artist studios! Meet the creative, buy some work or discuss their practice. The weather is perfect! Featuring the studios of Aly De Groot, Katie Bradley, Catherine Miles and Alison Dowell.
Sunday July 11th, 10am to 2pm / Free / No reservations required
July 11th to 21st
They’re holding the same events, just on different days! To download the calendar or find more info head to larrakia.com CLICK HERE
FRINGE OF THE FRINGE
~ Comedy Festival
Fringe of the Fringe brings together top local and interstate comedians for a week of raucous comedy in the Lucky Bat beer garden. Some of the comedy shows from the program were re-scheduled into this week with 8 shows to chose from!
Monday July 12 to Friday July 16
COMEDY GARDEN FESTIVAL
LESS THAN 20 TICKETS LEFT!
The back from lockdown mini comedy festival is here! Comedy Garden @ Hotel Darwin is on for one epic Sunday session. MC’d by Amy Hetherington featuring 7 plus acts!
Sunday July 18, 7-9pm at Hotel Darwin
(space is limited so buy online so you don’t miss out.)
How to Train Your Legally Redacted
Corrugated Iron’s Drama Ensemble Palmerston & crew brings to life this much loved movie for the first time ever. Follow the story of the small viking town of ………., where young ………. tries to follow in his father’s ………. the Vast footsteps. When he shoots down a ………., he suddenly befriends the creature, naming it ………., and goes on to save the day for the village with his new friends ………., ………., ………., and siblings ………. and ……….. A family friendly event that will enthral and capture your heart. Most places have mice or mosquitoes. We have ……….
Sat 24 July & Sun 25 July from 6 PM
Corrugated Iron Performance Space at Nightcliff Community Centre
Price $10 / Under 12 free