With the world facing a tough financial climate, and technology continuing to evolve at rocket speed, the landscape is changing for artists and gallerists.
South Australia’s Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art finally got a name – Tarnanthi.
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard will discuss her upcoming memoir in a special Adelaide Writers’ Week event at the Adelaide Town Hall on Friday, October 3.
The Australian Dance Theatre’s (ADT) Adelaide Embedded project kicks off today, as the dance company looks to engage with local audiences beyond the theatre.
Fred Schepisi’s flight was delayed in Hobart when he spoke to me on his mobile about his latest film Words and Pictures, starring Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche, and discussed…
Following its successful debut in 2014, The Royal Croquet Club will be returning to Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga for next year’s Adelaide Fringe.
While Rio-born director Bruno Barreto’s American movies have been an awkward bunch (Carried Away, One Tough Cop, View From The Top) this wholly Brazilian production (in English and Portuguese) is…
Roman Polanski might well be about to turn 81 but age hasn’t dampened his kinky, pervy edge, as his latest pic amply demonstrates.
Funny man Bill Bailey is bringing his retreating hair and Little Book of Calm to Australian shores this October.
While his most notable achievements have been with the Rosenberg Trio, comprised of Stochelo and his two cousins Nous’che and Nonnie, this August he is bringing a brand new trio…
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