Food, wine, and plenty free activities for the little ones will take over the precinct for one day.
Browsing: SALA Festival
Extreme weather conditions this January meant that Longview Vineyard postponed their annual street art event—The Piece Project. But as promised, it’s back!
This year’s SALA Festival is the biggest yet, so we’ve narrowed down the list of exhibitions to our favourites to keep you busy all August long!
This weekend, on August 11th and 12th, head down to the Marina in Glenelg between 11am and 5pm to enjoy a feast for the senses.
Whether you’ve got a poodle that’s into pop art or an art deco-loving American bulldog, the Pawsome Art Trail is the perfect adventure for you and your cultured furbaby. Go for a stroll throughout August to spot the vibrant doggy bowls decorated by local artists and soak in the other pieces and installations while you’re there!
“Little Lives consists of 2000 non-fired ceramic pods, providing visual to the leading cause of infant death in Australia; stillbirth. Each pod is handcrafted and special, uniquely representing a little life lost to stillbirth,” says Celeste Foord.
Emma Hack continues to bring new life to her portfolio, and the launch of her new collection “Collage” is another incredible step in her journey as an artist.
The 2018 South Australian Living Artists Festival (SALA) starts today with a record-breaking 9000 artists taking part in 700 exhibitions across Adelaide and regional SA, kick starting a month of colour, expression, imagination and creativity across the State.
Henley Beach. It’s a stunning summer spot, filled with cosy dining attractions and endless spots to relax by the sun. But if you thought Henley Beach was just a summer destination, think again – because SALA is coming to town this August!
This year’s SALA exhibition, Artists in Residence, supports our locals and Adelaide’s largest not-for-profit community housing provider.
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.