The Royal South Australian Society Of Arts has today announced that leading hospitality entrepreneurs Jenny and Peter Hurley of The Arkaba Hotel will be supporting the Australian youth art scene by offering $10,000 as the major prize in the Biennial RSASA Youthscape Exhibition beginning in 2018.
Browsing: Visual Arts
Nestled in gorgeous North Adelaide, The Majestic Minima Hotel is the apple of any art lovers’ eye. Now don’t freak out on us art lovers, but this place has not one or two, but 46 different stunning rooms with walls adorned with murals by local artists.
A portrait of Australian music icon John Schumann, sculptures made from old movie flyers and a painting by a 90-year-old aged care resident are among the winning artworks selected in the 2017 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival Awards.
Samstag Museum hosted a cocktail evening to launch two fantastic exhibitions produced by South Australian artists including Trent Parke and Narelle Autio’s ‘The Summation of Force’ and ‘a e i o u’ by Michelle Nikou.
The Oxford Hotel hosted an intimate event last night to celebrate Dave Court’s newly appointed position as the third resident art curator.
Adelaide’s visual art scene is set to heat up with the 20th year of the annual SALA festival fast-approaching.
In what can only be described as a multimedia masterpiece, esteemed South Australian based, award winning artists, Trent Parke and Narelle Autio have taken the notion of backyard cricket to a new level with their newest work.
Billy Oakley and Matty Pearson showcase their exhibition, “Lust & Introspection” at Adelaide’s Peanut Gallery.
The winner of the inaugural Ramsay Art Prize will be announced at the Art Gallery of South Australia on Friday 26 May.
A free Open Day is being held at The David Roche Museum to celebrate the one year anniversary of their opening.
Brand South Australia has launched a competition for South Australia’s aspiring and professional designers and artists to help design the new T-Shirt for South Australia.
Twenty-one finalists have been shortlisted out of 450 entries for Australia’s richest prize from young artists.
Here’s the map and program guide you’ll want to have on hand if you’re checking out Wonderwalls Festival this weekend.
Headed to the Wonderwalls festival in Port Adelaide this weekend? Why not check out another art exhibition at The British Hotel.
We sat down with Vans The Omega, the man behind the street art festival, Wonderwalls.
A 30m high artwork across 5 silos in regional South Australia has become the talk of the state, with the mind-blowing mural becoming a new drawcard for Coonalpyn.
This exhibition gives the audience an opportunity to contrast the beauty and talent of famed 19th century French sculptor Auguste Rodin with works by 65 modern artists from around the world.
Three South Australian artists have been selected to participate in the SALA Festival 2017 artist-in-residence program at SAHMRI (South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute), Adelaide Festival Centre and Flinders Medical Centre.
South Australia loves its street art, so it’s little wonder that an incredible 30m high project in the rural town of Coonalpyn is setting the region abuzz.