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Date:2013-05; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.
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Darwin Community Arts
Darwin Community Arts
www.darwincommunityarts.org.au DCA Factsheet Template Follow-on page HIRE CHAMBERS CRESCENT THEATRE FOR YOUR FUNCTION! Newly renovated Chambers Crescent Theatre at Malak Shopping Centre is available for social functions, band rehearsals, performances, workshops, meetings. This is alcohol free venue. Hire for just $22 per hour. Contact Brenda to request a booking - 8945 7347 or email@example.com. This newsletter is proudly supported by Delia Lawrie MLA Member for Karama Darwin Community Arts has produced this newsletter for the residents of Malak in good faith, about what is happening in the central Malak precinct. Share this information with your neighbours and get involved in your community! Our Vision: A Darwin Region where art is made and shared by anyone, anywhere, anytime. Malak Community Square, Cnr Malak & Chambers Crescents, Malak For only $5 a year ($10 for a family) we'll keep you informed about what's happening in community arts scene in Darwin. You'll get access to all news regarding our projects. You'll be eligible to vote at the AGM, or be elected and help contribute to DCA's future growth. phone: 8945 7347, fax: 8945 7345 email: firstname.lastname@example.org web: www.darwincommunityarts.org.au http://www.facebook.com/darwincommarts https://twitter.com/darwincommarts edited & designed by Oldrich Dubsky & Paul Wyatt Do you have any idea of an arts project that our community could benefit from, but not sure how to organise or finance it? Darwin Community Arts might be able to help, come and discuss it with us. Food Caravan to promote arts around Darwin You may have noticed our new food caravan parked around Malak Shopping Centre. Caravan was painted by local street artists led by David Collins. The caravan will be soon seen on the roads of Top End, promoting arts activities and providing catering for community events. Wed like to thank Sam and Karen from Pete's Glass (pictured right), who installed the security screens on the caravan, and Alspec, aluminum systems specialists, who provided the invisi-gard screens. The screens are really sturdy and hopefully will protect the windows from acts of vandalism, that unfortunately have occurred repeatedly in our Malak neighbourhood last month. Become a DCA member! mailto:email@example.com mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org mailto:email@example.com mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.darwincommunityarts.org.au/ http://www.darwincommunityarts.org.au/ http://www.facebook.com/darwincommarts http://www.facebook.com/darwincommarts https://twitter.com/darwincommarts https://twitter.com/darwincommarts
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