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Tactile Arts is a member-based, community arts organisation supporting artists and artisans throughout the Top End of Australia. The Tactile Arts building was constructed after Cyclone Tracy as a way to bring people together again and rebuild...more
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19 Conacher Street | Parliament House, Darwin, Northern Territory 0820, Australia
My favourite was the exhibition put on by people with special needs. I have a lovely booklet to keep of a description of each artist and their work. Also been to many other exhibitions, by S Kendall and S Lancaster both women having nature themed...More
I visited the Tactile Art Gallery before heading off to the Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory. Evidently the Tactile Arts building was constructed after Cyclone Tracy as a way to bring people together again and rebuild the community.
It's located in a...More
This arts centre is a hive of creativity and a great place to view some awesome art. They do courses here, as well as sell art. It's a great place, and even better when there is an market on. Highly recommended.
Tactile Arts has regular exhibitions by local artists who are innovative and creative, often relating to the local environment. It offers a great opportunity to buy unusual gifts as well to simply admire the artists' skills.
Although very near to the Museum and Art Gallery...More