This year’s SALA exhibition, Artists in Residence, supports our locals and Adelaide’s largest not-for-profit community housing provider.
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Extreme weather conditions this January meant that Longview Vineyard postponed their annual street art event—The Piece Project. But as promised, it’s back!
Credit Union SA and the SALA Festival are partnering together to encourage South Australian schools to participate in the annual SALA Festival in August with a range of school art prizes on offer.
Rundle Place is welcoming artist Emma Hack and her Cabinet of Curiosities exhibition to the…
The 2017 Saint Ignatius Art Show biennial exhibition provides one of the largest offerings of South Australian artists at this year’s SALA festival with over 70 local artists participating.
Kicking August off with a free Opening Night Soiree, Rundle St East will be transformed into an artistic hub for SALA Festival, with local businesses showcasing artwork from emerging and established SA artists.
The South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival will get the state’s art started tomorrow (August 1) when it officially opens for its milestone 20th year.
Here’s your sneak peek into everything that’s happening on King William Road for SALA Festival
This year, large format artist Mark Lobert will be unveiling a new collection, which branches away from some of his more recognisable subject matters.
This looks like a quirky SALA exhibition to see before heading out for dinner or drinks on Rundle Street.
Featuring regularly on the Glam Adelaide Instagram, Michael Waterhouse is bringing his incredible SA photography off-screen in a special SALA exhibition.
Nestled in gorgeous North Adelaide, The Majestic Minima Hotel is the apple of any art lovers’ eye. Now don’t freak out on us art lovers, but this place has not one or two, but 46 different stunning rooms with walls adorned with murals by local artists.
The Women’s and Children’s Hospital Foundation are bringing back their Talent Within exhibition for 2017 with a special exhibition by Tim Boord that you don’t want to miss.
A portrait of Australian music icon John Schumann, sculptures made from old movie flyers and a painting by a 90-year-old aged care resident are among the winning artworks selected in the 2017 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival Awards.
Adelaide’s visual art scene is set to heat up with the 20th year of the annual SALA festival fast-approaching.
Three South Australian artists have been selected to participate in the SALA Festival 2017 artist-in-residence program at SAHMRI (South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute), Adelaide Festival Centre and Flinders Medical Centre.
Four more South Australian visual artists have been recognised for photography, moving image and sculpture, concluding the $35,000 awards.
Jack stretches the confinements of a typically conservative art festival with his laid-back attitude and street artist rep. This SALA exhibition is definitely one to check out.
Lingerie shopping and SALA have combined in this unique exhibition inspired by the lacey lingerie of Simone Perele.
A unique fusion of floristry and upcycled art is coming to Bowden as part of a SALA exhibition, and it’s going to be spectacular.