Since 2013, JamFactory has held exhibitions annually throughout the SALA festival, celebrating South Australia’s talented craft and design practitioners.
The Arkaba Hotel continues its rich association with the arts when they host their second exhibition – as part of the South Australian Living Arts (SALA) expo – showcasing the varied works of six of the state’s most promising artists.
SALA announced their featured artist for the 2016 SALA Festival at the festival’s official opening night gala, held on Friday 31 July at the Art Gallery of South Australia.
A winter art market, created through a collaboration between Nove on Luce Espresso Bar and the Adelaide Art Walk, will kick off on Friday 7 August at 2pm as part of this year’s SALA Festival.
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The Adelaide Fringe could be South Australia’s latest export to China if a potential deal goes through which will see elements of the festival taken to China.
Adelaide is set for an arty winter feast as the 18th South Australian Living Artists Festival presents more than 600 exhibitions over 31 days.
The SALA Festival brings The Littlest Big Top to The Ignatius Art Show, as part of a feature installation in conjunction with the major event running from August 7 to 9.
Calling all artists and graphic designers from around Australia and across the world, the coveted Adelaide Fringe Poster Competition is on again and the Fringe is daring artists to be more outrageous with their designs than ever before.
Everyone’s favourite bearded Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst is set to bring a bit of her own glitz and glamour to this year’s annual Feast Festival.
The Royal Croquet Club lives on for another year! The announcement came last night that the venue will launch again in 2016 and remain at the Victoria Square site, however by 2017 it will have to find a new ‘home’.
Australia’s largest food festival, Good Food Month is growing with the popular Night Noodle Markets launching in Adelaide to satisfy the state’s Asian cuisine cravings!
Adelaide Festival Centre today revealed the new contemporary programming for this year’s OzAsia Festival which runs from 24 September – 4 October.
Hans is a cultural phenomenon. For more than a decade he has been making a name for himself as a faux-German host, guest, and solo artist around Adelaide.
The cosy confines of La Boheme’s upstairs room are the perfect venue for a show like this. Jen De Ness’s sultry tones make for a pleasant way to spend an hour.
To find out what sort of Diva she is, Tahlia Ries takes to the stage in To Diva or Not To Diva and takes us through various styles, from Broadway to Opera.
With 20 years experience as a performer, Jen is happy to be back in Adelaide, where she is about to perform her Cabaret Fringe show ‘See Things Like You’.
Billed as a song cycle of heart-breaking and hilarious songs, this show more closely resembles a nostalgic, charming walk down memory lane for Eddie Perfect.
Phil Scott is a showbiz survivor. His forte for musical comedy is used well with his tribute to British song-writer Lionel Bart.
After a record Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Barry Humphries has announced that he will be passing on his role to two new artistic directors and bidding Adelaide a fond farewell.
Figures have been released showing that the Adelaide Festival has continued to boost our state’s economy.