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Kate Miller-Heidke gets intimate

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Kate Miller-Heidke gets intimate

Kate Miller-Heidke recently released her fourth solo album and completed a series of sold-out shows in the UK. Now, she returns to Australia to perform songs from her latest album,…

SALA: Madison Bycroft

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SALA: Madison Bycroft

Madison Bycroft returns to Adelaide for her latest exhibition, Synonyms for Savages, at the Australian Experimental Art Foundation before she heads back overseas to Rotterdam, where she is due to…

Review: The Keeper Of Lost Causes

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Review: The Keeper Of Lost Causes

There is nothing much new about Mikkel Norgaard’s The Keeper of Lost Causes. Another in the recent line of Scandinavian crime thrillers adapted from a best-selling novel, which while not offering much…

The Importance Of Being Ernest: Seriously Trivial

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The Importance Of Being Ernest: Seriously Trivial

For stage veteran Nancye Hayes, Oscar Wilde’s infamous upperclass snob Lady Bracknell is a bucket list role, or as Hayes jokes in her best Lady Bracknell voice – a “bouquet list” role.

State Opera’s Philip Glass Trilogy

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State Opera’s Philip Glass Trilogy

Something halfway between Moby-Dick and The Ring might describe the scale and significance of August’s Philip Glass Trilogy as a locally produced operatic event.

SALA: Nicholas Folland

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SALA: Nicholas Folland

If you are yet to encounter the work of Adelaide artist Nicholas Folland, that’s about to change. Not only is he the subject of this year’s South Australian Living Artists…

Future of MRC and Merucry Cinema in doubt

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Future of MRC and Merucry Cinema in doubt

Screen Australia has cut its funding from the Screen Network, jeopardising the future of the MRC

Adelaide Fringe Poster Competition

Adelaide Fringe Poster Competition

Calling all artists and graphic designers – the Adelaide Fringe is launching its annual poster competition, with entries open from Friday, July 25.

Vanishing Point

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Vanishing Point

With the world facing a tough financial climate, and technology continuing to evolve at rocket speed, the landscape is changing for artists and gallerists.

Next Year’s Aboriginal Arts Festival Named

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Next Year’s Aboriginal Arts Festival Named

South Australia’s Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art finally got a name – Tarnanthi.

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