Through the Creative Schools & Communities program, Corrugated Iron Youth Arts works in partnership with schools and communities across the Top End, creating custom-built arts residencies and education projects in remote, regional and urban settings. 

Through community collaborations we create both short term projects and long term partnerships, responding to the diverse needs and energy of young people.


Corrugated Iron provides a safe environment of inclusivity that supports educators, families and youth services resulting in meaningful artistic outcomes and experiences.

To find out more about how we can work with you and your school or class, please contact us:

(08) 8948 3200  |   csc@corrugatediron.org.au

What can we offer?

​We're always up for a chat about how we can develop a customised program for your school or community. To get an idea of the scope of our work, check out the ways we commonly get involved! 

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Film & Media Production Workshops

Artist In Residence

Performing Arts Curriculum

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Pop Ups at Festivals & Events

Circus programs

Storytelling and publishing


Public art

Community Performances 

After school programs

Our Reach

Corrugated Iron's head office is in Darwin, but our geographical reach spans over 1,349,129 square kilometres. Our environment has cultivated a broad program that extends across vast distances for children and young people living in urban, regional and remote communities. Meeting this brief is a welcomed challenge, with needs being wildly different across the region. This has resulted in Corrugated Iron driving an adventurous program that not only provides transformational arts opportunities, but also stimulates employment and authentic community engagement and participation.