An Adelaide artist wows with her stunning work on the streets of Australia…
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Adelaide artist & designer Markus Hamence is launching his vibrant new pop-art exhibition Rockstar Ambition this week, following on from the previous success of his colourful paintings.
Supporting local emerging artists is important to The Arkaba Hotel and so, in partnership with the Adelaide Central School of Art, they have announced the unveiling of the 2015 Arkaba Commission
The SALA Awards were announced last week and we have all the photos from the award ceremony held at Government House…
More South Australian visual artists have been recognised for photography, moving image and sculpture, concluding the $30,000 awards.
Don’t miss these photos of the beautiful artwork on display as part of SALA 2015 at The Colonist, plus some of the socials from a night of viewing the beautiful pieces…
Find out more about the ArtBox concept and see the socials from the Concept Launch held at The Mill…
On Friday, 21st August, ‘Paramount’ will bring together 30 plus local emerging artists spanning fashion, music, visual and performing arts, music and more for a one night extravaganza at the The Producers.
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.
In a world where staying inside and using technology seems to be the way of the future, it is nice to hear some positive news about the Art Gallery of South Australia. It has attracted record attendances – nearly 800,000 people in one year, with much of that attendance being made up of children and their families.
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.
Adelaide is set for an arty winter feast as the 18th South Australian Living Artists Festival presents more than 600 exhibitions over 31 days.
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.
The City of Norwood Payneham and St Peters is calling on young people to get creative and submit entries into the 2015 Youth Short Film Festival and the Urban Youth Art + Design Exhibition.
The Unley Museum will open its first contemporary visual art exhibition forWARDback, on Sunday August 2, as part of the SALA Festival.
BMGArt presents an exhibition of works by renowned metalsmith Frank Bauer, along with paintings by Aldo Iacobelli, one of Australia’s most distinctive artists.
The popular Adelaide Art Walk is back and taking over Hindley Street West starting on Thursday 6 August, running through to Saturday 8 August from 7 to 10pm, as part of the annual South Australian Living Arts Festival.
More than 300 artists from across Australia will showcase work in TARNANTHI (TAR-nan-dee), the inaugural Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art, at the Art Gallery of South Australia.
Adelaide Festival Centre will be in full bloom this winter as Morgan Allender, who is the recipient of this year’s Country Arts SA Breaking Ground Award, unveils her exhibition, Seeing Spring at Artspace Gallery from 8 July – 23 August.