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A major exhibition of new and recent works by one of Adelaide’s most internationally experienced artists, exploring humanity’s ongoing struggle for moral safe ground.
With a 35-year practice that covers film to public artworks to finite carvings, ‘Jeweller’ as Truman is sometimes referred to, hardly embraces the true expanse of her practice.
Enter the iconic world of South Australia’s most celebrated potter, fringe dweller, savant gardener and pretty-good-surfer, Gerry Wedd.
Visit the Barossa Bushgardens and re-connect with nature in this unique garden with exclusively local native flora. Discover the installations and artworks through out this garden.
An exhibition of up-cycled, recycled and reused objects by over 30 artists working in mixed media. This SALA exhibition brings to life the phrase ‘everything old is new again’.
Lock your eyes on this interactive audio-visual installation. Be cubed in a sensory trance of sight and sound, captive by the works of students from Elizabeth Grove Primary School.
The things I find, the things we throw away and the things we use on a day to day basis have a story attached and I try to use these objects in my 3 dimensional wall pieces.
Showcasing 3 generations of artists, each with a different style of painting, with subjects ranging from the landscape to still life, in oil and pastel.
Inspired by the changing Fleurieu landscape, Lesley Redgate records its past and present. Her paintings draw inspiration from the changing rural and urban landscape and reflect a vibrancy and visual harmony often found in the harsh Australian environment.
Dream of Being is a project in which the artist visually narrates her journey through her own inner landscapes.
Mad for More presents the thought-provoking and outstanding work of 11 professional artists from their lived experience as mothers.
Curated by Adelè Sliuzas, this exhibition features recent work by SA artists Sundari Carmody, Haneen Martin, Riley O’Keeffe & Billie Justice Thomson. It brings together artists whose practices investigate dynamic and shifting notions of self-identity and belonging through the mediums of painting, moving image and installation.
Fine Art Kangaroo Island present new artwork by 20 outstanding artists who visually explore the 540 km of robust cliffs and fragile rolling sand dunes that mantle and fortify the island. Among the least disturbed shores in the temperate world is this steadfast yet subtly evolving realm inspiring more than 100 new artworks celebrating our unique coastline. Work by award-winning and exciting emerging artists. Opportunities to meet artists and curator at the opening and throughout the exhibition.
An exhibition of paintings inspired by quiet and reflective landscapes discovered while travelling some of our lesser known country roads.
Curated by Melanie Fulton, Drawing upon … (live) explores the compelling and enduring role of drawing as a key component of contemporary arts practice, as evidenced in the work of ten artists with diverse and yet intersecting practices.
This is the third year of this exciting new initiative for Gallery M. An independent judging panel has selected innovative artwork in all media for this high standard exhibition, offering non-acquisitive prizes to the value of over $5,000. Major Prize of $3,000 sponsored by Jarrah J Holmes of Century 21.
Fran Callen, Zoe Woods and Michelle Jones explore their respective themes through mixed media, glass, acrylics and collage on canvas.
Through a series of contemporary and experimental works, six mother-artists challenge what it means to be a 'Good Mother'. Throughout history the myth of the submissive and self-sacrificing mother has pervaded the Western imagination.
Over 14,000 art lovers have visited Cheryl’s studio / gallery during SALA! Have You? Cheryl is internationally recognized for her surrealist (and realist) fine art machine embroidery.
For the first time, LONGVIEW'S immensely popular PIECE PROJECT is moving from the Vineyard to the city! And what better place to hold it, than at Adelaide's unique graffiti temple -PUBLISHED ARTHOUSE.
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 2018.
Objects, natural or manufactured, develop histories of deterioration. We salvage and give new readings to their remains. We think them BEST AFTER their expiry date!