The Live Darwin Hub is a shopfront provided for community use as part of the Northern Territory Government Vibrant CBD activation program.
The Live Darwin Hub will be open to the public from 9am-3pm Monday to Friday.
The Live Darwin Hub is available for use by interested not-for-profit organisations, groups and individuals. The space is available free of charge and should be in-line with the intent of the Vibrant CBD activation program. The space is not for commercial use.
Live Darwin Arts – For the Love of Darwin
23 November, 4 and 8 December 2018
Public art workshops facilitated by local artists Amanda Brown, Eddie Janama Kitching and Norma Chidanpee Benger. Sharing their collective love of Darwin, the artists will demonstrate and teach their own technique with the public encouraged to add their mark to a 2x2 metre canvas.
Amanda Brown workshops: 9am-12pm, Friday 23 November 2018.
Eddie Janama Kitching and Norma Chidanpee Benger workshops: 9am-12pm, Tuesday 4 and Saturday 8 December 2018.
Live Darwin Arts – Creative Mounds by DVAA
26 November - 14 December 2018
Drop in to the Live Darwin Hub to see local artists Eddie Janama Kitching, Norma Chidanpee Benger, Alicia Scobie and Adrienne Wade transform a series of fibreglass termite mounds with their original artworks. Originally created by Fiona Curry-Billyard for the 2017 Darwin Festival, the 'termite' mounds are moulded from actual termite mounds in the Darwin region.
9am-3pm Monday 26 November – Friday 14 December.
Christmas Spirit in the City Window Display
Darwin City & Waterfront Retailers Association and Live Darwin are proud to present Christmas Spirit in the City Window Display at the Live Darwin Creative Hub. There will be something to see for everyone. From Santa’s cosy room, to shopping, and dining in Darwin City all done with international flair, and a Darwin City look. Head to Live Darwin to get in the Christmas spirit.
Proudly built and designed by Fusion Exhibition Hire Services.
Jamie Caloyon-Rogers Exhibition
25 November - 20 December
Jamie Caloyon-Rogers' work is a conversation in non-conformative practice after years of being dictated about what makes good art by institutions. We are all unicorns, unique and creative until cultural constructs dictate otherwise. This refreshing exhibition is intrinsically anti-establishment.
On display in the lIve Darwin Hub until Thursday 20 December.
Portrait of a Senior Territorian 2018
25 November - 20 December
The winning portrait from artist Dr Al Strangeways is being exhibited at the Live Darwin Hub. The Portrait of a Senior Territorian Art Award recognises outstanding Northern Territory artists and celebrates the significant achievements and contributions by senior Territorians to our community.
The beautiful artwork - Hills: Katherine Wallace and the Dancers will be on display until Thursday 20th December.
How to book
One or all of the spaces in the Live Darwin Hub can be booked by interested not-for-profit organisations, groups and individuals. The space is available free of charge and should be in-line with the intent of the Vibrant CBD activation program. The space is not for commercial use.
To obtain a copy of the registration form to use the space please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 8999 8997.
For more information on the space or the programs run in the Live Darwin Hub, contact Nicole on 8999 8997 or email email@example.com