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Drawing on the Heroes Who Shape Us

Drawing on the Heroes Who Shape Us

A new Artspace exhibition by South Australian visual artists Damien Shen and Daniel Connell, focusing on the heroes of the artists’ everyday lives.

Adelaide Fringe Cultural Fund now open

Adelaide Fringe Cultural Fund now open

  Applications for Adelaide Fringe Cultural Fund Grants are now open for Australian artists. Launched earlier this year, the Fund aims to support Australian artists to create daring and diverse contemporary work to be presented in the Adelaide Fringe. Three inaugural grants of $10,000 each will be awarded to selected artists to present their work […]

Something on Saturday returns for 2014

Something on Saturday returns for 2014

The Something on Saturday program for 2-10 year olds provides an opportunity to beat the winter blues with many children enjoying their first ever theatrical experience.

Breaking Ground applications now open

Breaking Ground applications now open

Country Arts SA’s highly successful Visual Arts Professional Development award, Breaking Ground, has opened applications until 28 May for exhibition in 2015.

Collaborator contemporary art exhibition

Collaborator contemporary art exhibition

A new group exhibition from 25 April will feature a powerful cross-cultural collection of works exploring notions of identity, culture and religion.

Most successful Adelaide Fringe yet!

Most successful Adelaide Fringe yet!

Adelaide Fringe will break its previous box office records by the time the 2014 event wraps up on Sunday night.

Palladium on Light Gallery

Palladium on Light Gallery

Gallery – Suspended from a crane 30 metres in the sky, renowned Adelaide visual artist Thom Buchanan painted the town!

The Rolling Stones Bring Their Photo Exhibition To Adelaide

The Rolling Stones Bring Their Photo Exhibition To Adelaide

Rundle Place, Adelaide’s premier retail centre has secured the rights to display a Rolling Stones exhibition that was originally launched in London.

Live Art Performance Goes To Great Heights For City Views

Live Art Performance Goes To Great Heights For City Views

Suspended in a crane 30 metres in the sky, renowned Adelaide visual artist Thom Buchanan will transfer the views of the soon-to-be constructed apartment complex, Palladium on Light, to canvas in a live overhead performance over three hours.

The Plastic Show Comes To The Mill

The Plastic Show Comes To The Mill

Seven photographers have joined forces to show their divergent views of the world through a plastic lens. ‘The Plastic Show’ showcases photographs captured entirely on film with plastic toy cameras.

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