One Chapter at a Time

 James Allott’s latest post from Fremantle: Our Australian adventure is now in its  fifth week and we are avidly looking forward to our 3-day Drawing Camp ‘Down South’ next week. I feel like this week will take us into the next ‘chapter’ of our story here. The first chapter was Read more…

Yarns

Christina writes of further developments in Fremantle: Thursday 1st November The Yarns Workshop is a community arts project that has been developed in conjunction with the Fremantle Festival, as well as being a part of the International Arts and Health Conference, which happens at the end of the month. As Read more…

Feeling at Home

Christina Ingram writes from Fremantle: Looking back on week three  – and once again it has had a different feel to it. Definitely starting to feel more at home and apart of the team here at Dadaa. Having said that we have spent a lot of time out of the Read more…

Inspiring people

Last week we went to Artlink and had a great chat with the Director Sylvie Fourcin and Project Manager Hayley Mason about maintaining the wellbeing of people working in Community Arts. Then we went to an Open Art event where I met one of their freelance artists Jonathan Turner who Read more…

Art Blog

While I’ve been in England I’ve set up a Tumblr to collect all of my research and studio images for a project I’ve been working on this year. You can have a look here! Climbable Ideas This ongoing project is an exploration around the role of architectural structures and public Read more…

Train Ticket Tea

The past week has been half-term, so we haven’t been at any schools. The highlight of the week was on Thursday- Mary and I got a train to Newcastle/Gateshead, where we popped into the Sage Gateshead to meet with Mary’s friend Dawn. Dawn told us about an amazing youth art Read more…

Settling in. . .

Christina Ingram writes from Fremantle: Week Two – Settling In This week we discussed with David and Chris our program. Talking through what enjoyed and we didn’t where we felt we were gaining valuable experience and where we felt we weren’t. This was a great opportunity to change and adapt Read more…