Four more South Australian visual artists have been recognised for photography, moving image and sculpture, concluding the $35,000 awards.
Browsing: SALA Festival
Jack stretches the confinements of a typically conservative art festival with his laid-back attitude and street artist rep. This SALA exhibition is definitely one to check out.
Lingerie shopping and SALA have combined in this unique exhibition inspired by the lacey lingerie of Simone Perele.
A unique fusion of floristry and upcycled art is coming to Bowden as part of a SALA exhibition, and it’s going to be spectacular.
When you’ve got over 600 exhibitions being held across 31 days, it helps to have an access point.
It seems the innovative new found glory of Leigh Street and Peel Street in the west end are slowly seeping onto Hindley and thus you SHOULD be noticing Parsec Cafe.
The SALA Awards were announced last week and we have all the photos from the award ceremony held at Government House…
Welcome to ‘The Festival State’ ladies and gents. We see the phrase every single day but probably don’t take the time to think about how lucky that makes us. That means South Australia is the state that officially knows how to throw the best parties! Come on, it even says so on our license plates.
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…
Hack’s works focus on Generation Z, the first generation to be born into a digital world, and explores the relationships this creates.
Everybody loves SALA, but this year there’s an event coming with SALA that combines South Australia’s love of art with our love of wine and foods.
Final year law student, Michal Kedem is presenting Vanaema, an exhibition curated by herself and showcasing the work of her 83 year old grandmother.
Exhibition Review: Giles Bettison Pattern And Perception And Ulrica Trulsson Utforska (To Explore) At JamFactory
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.
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.