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Women have made significant contributions to science throughout history. Her Story: Inspiring Women in Science will celebrate four amazing women who are blazing their own trails and encouraging others to follow in their footsteps. By sharing their stories, these role models inspire the next generation of young women to follow their dreams and careers in science and humanities. The second subject in this four part series is Prof. Tanya Monro, Australia's Chief Defence Scientist, former Deputy Vice Chancellor: Research and…
The Mill welcomes their newest Artist in Residence Grace Marlow as she explores collaboration and participation within her practice, as part of The Mill's Exhibition Space Residency.
Described as one of the most powerful voices in art today, William Kentridge emerged as an artist during the apartheid regime in South Africa.
Cultured Cheese School and Atze’s Corner Wines have teamed to create a series of workshops designed for beginners to master the art of cheesemaking either for a fun foodie experience or to learn how to make cheese at home.
‘Dadirri: Find The Stream Within’ is a mixed media Indigenous exhibition featuring the above artists whose concept for this exhibition was: “Water is life and is a connection between all of us, no matter what place we come from.
A moment can change your life forever. An installation of jewellery made from recycled glass objects, in the gallery shop window.
In this collaboration between Guildhouse and the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide-based artist Honor Freeman ‘ghosts’ the collection.
The Art Texture: An exhibition of artworks by more than 30 artists with a textural theme. The experience of this exhibition offers joy, wonder and intrigue across the range of mixed media represented including clay, basketry, jewellery, glass, woodwork, textiles, painting, mosaics, wearable art, sculpture and more.
In this hugely ambitious new exhibition, South Australian art superstar Nicholas Folland imagines a world in which cosy notions of domestic security are thrillingly destabilised. Combining installation with kinetic sculpture, Other Homes and Gardens inverts the idea of the Anthropocene, depicting humankind at the mercy of dangerous and implacable natural forces. Simultaneously uncanny and darkly humours, this never before seen exhibition is not to be missed.
Hannaford extends the tradition of self-portraiture. For 50 years Dodd has stayed ‘contemporary’, this new installation/self-portrait continues to inspire.
As avid supporters of emerging artists, The Colonist Norwood will showcase local artwork by Alessia Facini as part of the 2019 SALA festival.
Neighbouring Gilles Street businesses Ensemble and Sibling will host a pair of exhibitions by artists Lana Adams, Anna Horne and Olivia Kathigitis this August as part of SALA Festival.
Sculpture in bronze, continuing an exploration of form, texture andcolour, following strands of thought rattling about in my head. An Exhibition in a winery, lovely!
A kangaroo, a horse, a cow, a dog plus a series of coloured emu’s - all expressive animals from nature. Alessia Faccini, a local Adelaide artist, brings each of the animals' personalities to life in her drawings adorning the walls of the Colonist for SALA in 2019.
SALA on Terrace brings together an intimate collection of contemporary striking works by painter Louise Vadasz, glass artists Mel Fraser and Emma Klau joined by ceramicists Angela Walford & Kevin Capaldi.
We're an innovative group of Barossa Valley artists with varying styles, media and experience - exploring our talents under the tutelage of renowned artist, Ernesto Zollo.
Samstag Museum of Art is proud to direct timely and important attention to an influential South Australian artist at a pivotal moment in her career.
Conversations with Friends presents the work of 24 artists responding to the work and friendship of two significant Australian artists Margaret Preston and Gladys Reynell.
These multi-sensory works go beyond the visual realm, enticing you to experience them in different ways.
As one of South Australia’s most respected visual artists, Hossein Valamanesh’s In Love celebrates the artist’s renowned enigmatic practice, and expands upon his preoccupation with ideas of love, existence and the nature of being.
Drew Spangenberg’s blown glasswork is elegant, whimsical and funky. He executes challenging pieces with integrity and confidence. His fine glass vessels compliment each other in careful compositions that harmoniously juxtapose form and colour.
As part of its ongoing commitment to the finest quality sacred music, Pilgrim Uniting Church present an International Organist Series. Hosting the largest organ in South Australia, Pilgrim has become a favourite for many organists around the world.
If you like bottomless brunch, then you are going to love Nom Nom Cha! This is our modern Asian Level One version of yum cha, featuring dishes from Head Chef Josh Kim such as spicy XO silken tofu, mac and cheese spring rolls and char siu pork – all washed down with bottomless prosecco over 90 minute sittings.
Bright and bubbling with intrigue, Jasper Jones is a coming-of-age story that has been loved by both the young and the young-at-heart and has enjoyed sold out seasons around the country. Now it’s Adelaide’s turn.
The Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year competition once again celebrates the natural heritage of the Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and New Guinea bioregions in 2019.
View Stobie pole art in the final exhibition held in this space before we relocate to the Newmarch Gallery at 128 Prospect Road
"Lean Quizine” hosted by the one and only Mark Kamleh will be held at Midnight Spaghetti over three dates in the coming month. $15 Coopers Beer jugs for Quizzers. Main Prize: $100 Midnight Spaghetti Voucher. Second Prize: $50 bar tab at the Cranker or Midnight Spaghetti Dates: Thursday, August 22 Thursday, September 5 Thursday, September 19
This is the first comprehensive survey of Islam’s extraordinary artistic heritage, spanning a period from the medieval ‘golden age’ of Islam until the contemporary era.
Following on from the success of the Women in Wine Dinner Series held in Level One in 2018, we are proud to announce the Families in Wine Dinner Series.