Current Issue #482

April edition out now

Our cover: Nadine Christensen, Untitled (orange), 2020, acrylic and smoke on pine, 150 x 120cm

Issue #482 of The Adelaide Review is on the streets now, featuring a rich spread of arts, politics, food and culture from around South Australia.

This month features Jennifer Mills’ striking account of COVID-19 lockdown in Turin, northern Italy, how former Holden workers are faring in an increasingly casualised and prerarious workforce, the impact of public gatherings bans on South Australia’s live music scene, and a timely inspired call for compassion and kindness from Andrew P Street.

Plus, John Neylon on the Palmer Sculpture Biennial, soil whispering in the Barossa Valley with Chilean terroir expert Pedro Parra, and local hat maker Blake Canham-Bennett.

Find all these stories and more in our April print edition, or read them online here.

PS. In these unusual times we have had to get creative with our usual drop off points. With most caf√©s, restaurants and community libraries now closed, The Adelaide Review can now be found at many local supermarkets. Having trouble finding a copy? Why not sign up for postal delivery and let it come to you?

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