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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 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.
‘Stringy Bark and Other Stories’ is an exhibition resulting from a dedicated arts project, producing works by emerging and established Aboriginal Artists residing in South Australia and Indigenous school children from McLaren Vale Primary School and kindergarten.
The Ramsay Art Prize, held every two years, is one of Australia’s richest art prizes – worth $100,000.
In this presentation author and journalist Ruby Hamad asks: "how can art be utilised to foster empathy rather than perpetuate a myopic focus on subjective identity?"
Described as one of the most powerful voices in art today, William Kentridge emerged as an artist during the apartheid regime in South Africa.
In this collaboration between Guildhouse and the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide-based artist Honor Freeman ‘ghosts’ the collection.
Pablo Picasso is one of the greatest artists of all time – and right up until his death in 1973 he was the most prolific of artists. Many films have dealt with these later years – the art, the affairs and the wide circle of friends.
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.
Lee Mingwei is a Taiwanese-American artist based in Paris and New York. His work hovers in a space across poetry, aesthetics, and intimate human exchange.
TARNANTHI is presented in partnership with BHP and with support from the Government of South Australia.