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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…
Will the Road Train Rollers exact revenge for their 2018 Grand Final loss, or will the Mile Die Club stamp their authority on the 2019 season? This is sure to be an aggressive grudge match as both teams try to gain momentum to begin the season.
The Samstag Museum of Art, University of South Australia presents two exhibitions from the Australian War Memorial alongside work by Adelaide-based artists The Unbound Collective.
The Ramsay Art Prize, held every two years, is one of Australia’s richest art prizes – worth $100,000.
Over each of the winter months we are offering Masterclasses to help you get better acquainted with our most celebrated red wine varieties.
Curated by Artistic Director Slava Grigoryan and presented by Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide Guitar Festival celebrates the worlds most popular instrument biannually.
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.
This outrageous musical comedy follows the misadventures of a mismatched pair of missionaries, sent on a mission to a place that's about as far from Salt Lake City as you can get.
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.
Take a guided tour behind the scenes of JamFactory’s four studios, Glass, Furniture, Ceramics, and Jewellery and Metal, with Brian Parkes, JamFactory CEO.
A boutique take on the annual March event, Winter Edit will bring cool winery vibes to the heart of the City. Enjoy two days of sampling SA’s best vintages, food and spirits at the Adelaide Convention Centre, which will be transformed into a cosy, boho festival setting by The Vibe Company.
Future Forum _ Ideas of Home will set out to explore housing precedent, emerging typologies and the fundamental meaning of ‘home’. Never before have we seen such a growing disparity in our housing and we are rapidly approaching a point of no return to intervene.
After a sold out return in 2018, Spin Off is back - bigger and better - taking over Adelaide Showground on Friday 19 July.
Recitals Australia is bringing two special concerts to Adelaide for the first time on Saturday July 20 at 10:30am and 11:45am, designed for adults and children with special needs (including spectrum disorders such as autism) and their families.
‘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.
Craft your own wearable clay masterpiece with artist Ayesha Aggarwal in this afternoon workshop. Inspired by the beauty of work made by hand, Ayesha will lead you through the process of rolling, shaping, designing and painting clay into a pair of one-of-a-kind earrings or brooches.
In celebration of their first birthday, local bar Cry Baby and Umbrella Winter City Sounds treat loyal patrons to a free festival featuring bands Kingswood, The VANNS,
Celebrating the recent release of their sensational sophomore album Malibu Nights, alt-pop masters LANY wind their way back to Australia for a massive all-ages national tour in July 2019.
The Festival of Architecture and Design together with Das-Studio are pleased to present NOIR, a soiree that will bring together the Design Community and Friends to raise funds for future generations of architects and designers in South Australia.
Are you a cheese-a-holic too? If so, then join us at our new location in the Derby Pavilion at Morphettville Racecourse to celebrate the most scrumptious cheeses from across Australia and around the world
Founded in the fifteenth century, the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge is arguably the world’s most famous choir and the pre-eminent representative of the British church music tradition.
Mozart and miracles go together. He was writing operas in Milan as a teenager – Lucio Silla blew the Italians away.
To explore current and future directions in breast cancer research and clinical trials, Breast Cancer Trials will be hosting a Q&A event at Elder Hall in North Terrace, Adelaide.
In its third year, Music SA’s Scouted returns in 2019 to showcase to significant industry representatives and enthusiastic music fans the wonderful unsigned and emerging musical talent we have in South Australia.
Much-Loved Comedian And 2018 I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Victor, Fiona O’loughlin, Returns To Adelaide After Her Sold Out 2019 Fringe Show With Gap Year.
James Reyne delivers Summer all year round as fans will be treated to an array of hits, as he delivers material from the sun and surf tinged catalogue of Australian Crawl to his vast array of solo material and some special treats thrown in for good measure.
Hailing from Sydney’s sunny Northern Beaches, L D R U has engineered a distinct sound that has captivated his city, his country, and fans from all corners.