D'Faces of Youth Arts is an inclusive arts company for young rural people aged from 7-27 years. It presents a strong workshop program which offers skill development in visual and performing arts. The company is commited to providing young people with a place for creative artistic expression and access to quality arts experiences. D'Faces of Youth Arts in Whyalla encourages youth ownership through decision making and creative input, in the development of original works, and projects.
dB Magazine is a free street press publication for the city of Adelaide and the whole of South Australia. It is published every second Wednesday.
Department of Culture and the Arts' vision is for the Western Australian community to be enriched by unique and transforming culture and arts experiences. The statement recognises that Western Australia is distinguished through its culture and arts, and is a dynamic and vibrant place for the exchange of ideas, cultures and the expression of life.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) promotes Australian culture abroad through a variety of initiatives as part of a broader umbrella of international public diplomacy activities.
The Design Institute of Australia (DIA) is the professional body that represents designers across all disciplines. It's the body through which designers network and communicate with industry, government and the community. It was founded by designers 50 years ago. It's run by designers, with local representation in each state.