King William Road To Come Alive With SALA Festival

Here’s your sneak peek into everything that’s happening on King William Road for SALA Festival

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As you may already know, SALA Festival is on throughout August, and with many exhibitions all over Adelaide, there’s something for everyone – whether you like photography, paintings, or sculptures. King William Road have some pretty brilliant looking exhibitons, so take some time out to view the work from emerging and established artists on display at over 15 locations along the iconic strip.

Loose track of time and make a day of it. Enjoy the artists stunning works, stroll in and out of the boutiques to shop the latest in fashion and homewares, and when it’s time to take a break, treat yourself at their cafes and restaurants. Whether it’s a quick stop for a healthy smoothie, an indulgent cake and coffee, or a long lunch to enjoy a glass of wine with friends, a day out on King William Road is sure to be a day well spent.

The artists’ exhibitions are open to the public throughout the month of August, but for an experience that will wow the entire family, why not visit King William Road on Saturday 12th August to see the street come alive for SALA Festival?

With a live DJ to boogie down to and an artist painting the beauty that is King William Road live for you to watch, you can soak up the SALA atmosphere we all know and love. Bring the family, book in for lunch and enjoy a fun afternoon on King William Road.

Visit their website for all of the details of the event, including a map to find out which artists are exhibiting where.

Exhibitions include:

ACH Group Arts Community | Multiple Location: Toop&Toop, The Ark, Plato’s, Hustle & Co

Reconnecting with nature – people, places and plants
Exploring our interaction with the natural world!

The ACH Group arts community of customers, volunteers and staff bring you a collection of works that celebrate our love of nature.

Founded in 1952, ACH Group is a not-for-profit community organisation promoting opportunities and services to support good lives for older people.

(Artwork ‘Storm at Port Noarlunga’ by Francine Jacques)

Emma Hack | Tomich Wines

‘A few of my favourite things’ at Tomich Wines

Emma Hack and Tomich Wines invite you to join us for a glass of wine and live music and enjoy the curated exhibition featuring Emma Hack’s ‘A few of my favourite things’ for SALA Festival.

Saturday 12th August
Tomich Wines | 87 King William Road
3:30pm
Free entry plus your first glass of sparkling complimentary.

The exhibition is open for all to see from the last weekend of July until the end of August. Wednesday to Saturday 11am to 4pm.

Jam Factory Ceramic Associates | The Field Wholefields
At The Field Wholefields, you have the unique opportunity to view the works from six emerging ceramic artists:Ebony Heidenreich @eheid_ceramics
Connie Augoustinos @connieaugoustinos
Kerryn Levy @kerryn.levy.ceramics
Maddie McDade @m.mcdadeceramics
Ashlee Hopkins @ash.lee
Jordan Gower @jordanlukegower

Each piece is made by hand, right here in Adelaide, South Australia and their designs feature both functional and decorative tableware with the display showcasing their individual styles whilst maintaining a common theme; ‘pretty useless’.

This is the sister SALA exhibition to ‘pretty useful’.

 

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