ALA BECOMES NATION’S BIGGEST VISUAL ARTISTS’ FESTIVAL The South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival is…
Watershed Art prize 2010, is an initiative of the City of Salisbury, with the 1st Prize sponsored by the International Centre of Excellence in Water Resource Management.
A decade of cabaret and there’s more to come as the Adelaide Festival Centre and Artistic Director for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, David Campbell, announce the 2010 Adelaide Cabaret Festival program, 11 – 26 June, proudly supported by Principal Partner FOXTEL.
Sir Terry Pratchett has not allowed Alzheimer’s Disease to slow his output, Unseen Academicals, being the 37th novel in his Discworld series.
So you think you want to dance? Australian Dance Theatre public dance classes start on 27 April, representing the long-awaited opportunity to learn how to dance from Australia’s best dancers.
Be part of Sam Oster’s Short Circuit exhibition at eye2eye fine art gallery…
Tabula Transentia revolves around the fits of digression that unexpectedly come upon us. Seeing worlds through windows, this is a glimpse of a transient mind.
“…one of the most engrossing and entertaining plays that Miller has ever written.” – New York Times.
Stuck for things to do with the children on Easter Sunday? Why not explore the world of art and books at a free family fun day at the Art Gallery of South Australia’s START at the Gallery event.
Paul Hoban’s semi-white paintings on white walls transport the viewer to a state of serenity.
Cast your eyes on an exciting array of items, some not previously displayed, from the Visual Arts and Performing Arts Collections, in Treasures of the Adelaide Festival Centre collections in the Artspace Gallery (upstairs in the Dunstan Playhouse) at the Adelaide Festival Centre.
Renowned violinist, Richard Tognetti, performed and conducted Beethoven’s Violin Concerto and Dvořák’s Symphony No. 8 .with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
Stripping or peeling layers of street posters is the method by which Ian McFarland achieves his richly textured surfaces, by leaving the process to chance and rearranging fragments onto canvas.
Directed by Peter Sheedy, and created by him in collaboration with the performers, the third year dance students at the College, this work is based in an exploration of body language.
The Urban Spotlight project began timidly one night on Rundle street. Since then, West Beach, the Gilles St market and recently the Arcade Lane during Adelaide Fringe, have been among the locations.
Stone’s Throw opened on Friday to the pride and joy of the exhibiting artists using their ‘language’ of sculpture.
A psychiatric hospital, based on the real institution, Pendleton, receives a new patient, the unconventional and disruptive Randle Patrick McMurphy.
South Australian theatre designer Victoria Lamb was announced as the first recipient of the Kristian Fredrikson Scholarship For Design In The Performing Arts.
Adelaide-based visual artist Amy Joy Watson has completed a two-month art residency at Takt Kunstprojektraum in Berlin, Germany.
A replica of a stunning 19th century, 2.7 metre high John McDouall Stuart oil painting will begin its journey to Alice Springs next week to help commemorate the 150th anniversary of McDouall Stuart’s crossing of the continent.