ART: A folklife history of Australia: art, diversity, storytelling.
The ultimate road trip guide to cruising around South Australia and checking out all the large format art that's popped up over the years!
Come on stage at the Fringe Festival to paint the funk rock music that music group George Glass plays.
What's happening in Adelaide this July you ask? We've got you covered!
The hugely popular Exhibition on Screen series returns with Degas, and Glam chats to the producer, Phil Grabsky.
For the last 22 years SA Living Artists Festival (SALA) has promoted and inspired artists, brought art into communities, and built up the profile of our state as an arts and festival hub. Stepping up as CEO this year is the fabulous Kate Moskwa, previously the festival’s Program Manager.
Man With the Iron Neck will have you gasping in wonder at its high-flying actors one minute and wrenching at your heart strings the next.
This weekend, all Westfield locations will be filled with unique experiences and fun events to delight both children, adults, and adult's inner child.
Two Feet brings world-class classical ballet to Adelaide, led by legendary Russian ballerina Natalia Osipova in what is a triumphant solo performance.
Forget Lush and L’Occitane - get ready to clean off the stains of first-world guilt with Schuldfabrik, a new combination of beauty, hygiene and moral good designed to cleanse both your body and your soul.
From the streets of Norwood to the galleries of LA, Adelaide miniaturist Joshua Smith has caught the attention of Hollywood director Kevin Smith.
The small town of Wirrabara has painted itself onto the map with an amazing new silo artwork.
The works of South Australian artist Jeffrey Smart, showcasing how his art evolved and developed, and documenting his life story, from how he was inspired by the South Australian landscapes, to his travels in Italy.
The trio of Ambassadors reflect the Adelaide Fringe’s commitment to cultural diversity and artistic inclusivity.
An exhibition of stills from great Australia cinema, opens in conjunction with Adelaide Film Festival.
Get your bright pink lippy and fur coat ready for Adelaide's Queer Arts and Cultural Festival, Feast.
"Little Lives consists of 2000 non-fired ceramic pods, providing visual to the leading cause of infant death in Australia; stillbirth. Each pod is handcrafted and special, uniquely representing a little life lost to stillbirth,” says Celeste Foord.
Emma Hack continues to bring new life to her portfolio, and the launch of her new collection "Collage" is another incredible step in her journey as an artist.
In this board book edition for ages 4 or 5, the Little People, Big Dreams series looks at the life of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo whose works inspired by the nature and artifacts of Mexico.
Based on the BBC television series, Civilisations, professor of classics at Cambridge University, Mary Beard, presents a look at art and history, and the intersection of art and faith, examining how we make sense of it all both in and out of its original historical context.