Australia’s newest comprehensive university – Torrens University Australia – will be celebrating its first official Open Day on Saturday, 14 December 2013 and to commemorate its inaugural year, is offering generous full or partial scholarships for all of its 2014 programs.
Award-winning Adelaide magicians and mentalists Matt Tarrant and Vinh Giang are looking to take the world by storm, with the support of one of the world’s best writers of magic, Andy Nyman
The SA Writers Centre is hoping to encourage South Australia’s next Hannah Kent by running a Writing Bootcamp for teenagers.
The full program for ‘The Body in the Garden’, Australia’s first crime and garden writers festival, has been announced.
Visitors have flocked to the South Australian Museum in their thousands to appreciate the wonderful and intriguing artworks submitted in this year’s Waterhouse Natural Science Art Exhibition.
Dutch Tall Ships will meet at Port Adelaide’s Inner Harbor from Wednesday 28 August to Sunday 1 September.
Adelaide’s Anne and Gordon Samstag Museum of Art will host the world premiere of Nought – a performing visual masterpiece which will confront and delight audiences alike.
International stars are ready to hit the stage as Word Adelaide kicks off in venues across the city.
The Body in the Garden festival has announced British garden writer Charles Elliott to its line-up of international guests. This free festival combines crime and gardening in an Australian first from 25-27 October 2013.
If we’re all people, we’re all equal. That’s the message for the national Walk Together march to strive for a fairer, more inclusive nation during this year’s Refugee Week.