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From the creative minds of two Adelaide-based, Colombian artists comes Miniambra, a locally produced animated web series and accompanying graphic novel.
Do you have a talent for design? Would you like to get international attention for your creative skills?
Adelaide Youth Theatre’s latest offering, Jason Robert Brown’s 13: A New Musical, showcases some great young talent to look out for in the future.
TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) acting graduate Charles Sanders has been nominated for the 2011 Adelaide Critics Circle Awards to be held on 5 December at The Arts Theatre.
TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts will share its emerging artists with Adelaide this festive season at the popular annual Arts Bazaar on 9 December.
The Australian Dance Theatre presents the world premiere of its new work, Worldhood, by Garry Stewart, featuring visual artist, Thom Buchanan, who tells Glam Adelaide, exclusively, about his involvement in this innovative work.
TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts acting graduate Laura Brenko is one of 30 international applicants to be selected into a month long workshop, with the world renowned SITI Company of New York.
The exhibition features work across a wide range of creative disciplines including ceramics, glass, installations, jewellery, painting, photography, sculpture and textiles.
Students from TafeSA’s Adelaide College of the Arts Acting, Design and Technical Production departments have come together to present Paulo Castro’s Underground.
Adelaide College of the Arts dance graduate Lisa Lonero will spend three months studying with the Cape Dance Company in Cape Town, South Africa, with support from the Helpmann Academy.
Wednesday the 30th of June is the opening night of an exhibition showing works from photo‐media artists Jen Brazier, Edward James and Danielle Walpole.
TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) Diploma of Costume for Performance students rewind to the fifties as part of SA History Week on Wednesday 26 May.
Directed by Peter Sheedy, and created by him in collaboration with the performers, the third year dance students at the College, this work is based in an exploration of body language.
From belly dancing through to jazz, yoga, hip-hop and flamenco, tertiary dancers from all corners of Australia and New Zealand will descend upon TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) for the 2010 Options Tertiary Dance Festival from 7 to 12 March.
StoNeRoSe Productions presents their Debut project "LIVE FISH" in the 2010 Adelaide FRINGE Festival