This July Alannah Grasso was due to fly from Sydney to Darwin as our ‘Artist in Residence’ at UNTiTLED gallery+studio. Alas due to COVID Alannah will now be completing her Residency in her own Residence in Sydney followed by an exhibition in her own Residence in August.
We are excited to announce she will still be running her planned workshop from our studio at UNTiTLED via ZOOM. For this workshop, Alannah will post up 8 Art Boxes filled with Farfalle for participants to paint and take home.
Alannah Grasso is a recent graduate of the University of Wollongong who specialises in ceramic and installation. She explores the complex set of relations between bodies in physical, cultural and psychical contexts. Her work is invested with layers of auto-biographical and migratory references, cultural forms and familial re-enactments.
Darwin Community Arts
Our vision: A Darwin Region where art is made and shared by all, where that art cherishes our communities and our planet.
Home to: CEMENTWORX Community Theatre program, UNTiTLED gallery+studio, ART OUT rural art program, DARWIN WORLD MIX band, Free Space Studio (ARTS ACCESS DARWIN), Darwin FREE University, ASIA in DARWIN international program and The Back House Artist in Residence
Darwin Community Arts is a community association dedicated to grassroots arts development in the Darwin Region of the Northern Territory of Australia. It began as Brown’s Mart Community Arts in the 1970s and reinvented itself as a neighbourhood-based arts organisation in 2007. It changed its name from Brown’s Mart Community Arts to Darwin Community Arts and relocated from Brown’s Mart in Darwin City to Malak in 2008.
After more than 10 years in Malak, learning about and innovating neighbourhood-based Community Arts and Cultural Development (CACD) strategies, DCA distributed and decentralised its spaces and activities to Coconut Grove, Bagot Community, and Darwin Rural Area in 2018.
In 2020, it will continue its distributed and decentralised approaches and will transition to a non-hierarchical and self-managed organisational system.
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– Close to public transport
– Fully wheelchair accessible