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Discover the transformative power of the arts in your school or community with our Creative Schools & Communities program!


We collaborate with communities across the Northern Territory to create custom-designed arts residencies, education, diversionary, creative health and wellbeing programs and projects. 

We recognise, respect and acknowledge First Nations arts and culture and ensure our programs are respectful of community protocols and practices.


We believe that all young people regardless of geography, education and economic status have the right to participate in the arts and have access to a full eduction. 

Our goal is to create meaningful and lasting partnerships that respond to the diverse energy and needs of young people across the Northern Territory. Our inclusive environment supports educators, families, and youth services to facilitate impactful artistic experiences that connect communities. 

Join us on this journey and discover the potential of your school or community.


To learn more, please contact (08) 8948 3200 or email


​Elevate student and community engagement through the power of the arts with our custom made programs!


Let's connect and design a unique solution that will inspire and engage. From interactive immersive learning experiences to collaborative performances, we offer a diverse range of artistic and creative activities that foster community and student involvement. Discover the impact we've had on others and imagine the possibilities for your organisation or school.


Unleash the full potential of young people through the arts!


Film & Media Production Workshops


Artist In Residence

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Circus Curriculum


Pop Ups at Festivals & Events

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Circus programs

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Storytelling and publishing


Public art


Community Performances 


After school programs


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. 

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