The popular Adelaide Art Walk is back and taking over Hindley Street West starting on Thursday 6 August, running through to Saturday 8 August from 7 to 10pm, as part of the annual South Australian Living Arts Festival.
On Tuesday July 7, The Advertiser Foundation and The Australian Ballet held a Gala Luncheon in the Ballroom at the Hilton Hotel in Adelaide and beautifully designed Ballet Pointe Shoes were unveiled to the guests.
More than 300 artists from across Australia will showcase work in TARNANTHI (TAR-nan-dee), the inaugural Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art, at the Art Gallery of South Australia.
Adelaide has welcomed its first Chalk Paint™ Decorative Paint by Annie Sloan stockist with the launch of Brocante In The Barossa’s City Studio in North Adelaide.
Stand-up comedian, TV personality and holder of a degree in Art History and Curatorship, Hannah Gadsby has the answers to all of our fine arts questions.
The Paperback Rider, a new creative venture, is launching this month at The Mill and is ready to rain colour and pattern on the streets of Adelaide.
Established in 1851, the core theme of eclectic, artistic and charismatic hotel "The Colonist" is ‘local’, stemming through all offers that tantalise, excite and entertain guests.
The one-day workshops cater for practicing visual artists who want to learn something new, year 11 and 12 students, tertiary art and design students and those who have little or no art experience but a load of willingness and curiosity.
Adelaide will attempt to break a world record, inviting thousands of children to contribute to a gigantic painting at the Come Out Children’s Festival’s Big Family Weekend on 23 and 24 May.
The annual Adelaide Kids Film Festival is calling on budding young designers to showcase their creative talents and design a poster for the 2015 festival. The competition, currently in its fourth year, is free to enter and open to all students aged 18 years and under from now until Thursday, 30th April.
Join Lady Poise, Sear and Store at Carclew for hands-on graffiti art workshops.
The Art Gallery of South Australia will showcase for the first time over 50 exquisite pieces given to the Gallery for the people of Adelaide by respected Adelaide psychiatrist Dr Robert Lyons whose South Australian decorative arts collections is one of the finest privately held in Australia.
The RSASA’s second annual Benniel Potrait Prize Exhbition will be held in June and has just announced that this year’s major prize will be a staggering amount of $10,000, donated by Irena Zhang.
The streets of Port Adelaide became a giant, interactive canvas when the hugely popular Wonderwalls festival came to Adelaide for the first time over the Australia Day long weekend.
Last Friday evening, 13 women dined together at Bird in Hand's restaurant The Gallery as inspiration for a new painting by artist James Cochran.
This summer the Adelaide Art Gallery will be sizzling with an abundance of fun activities and beautiful exhibitions on display.
Over the weekend, Brocante in the Barossa design consultant Kim Valois, hosted a series of Chalk Paint pop-up workshops for the first time here in Adelaide.
The refurbished Miller Apartments on Hindley St will offer guests the chance to buy art, vases and other furnishings as it seeks to offer guests a more upmarket experience and shake up Adelaide’s boutique apartment hotel sector.
First Fridays kicks off at the Art Gallery this month, giving people who work in the city the opportunity to start their weekend with a drink and something to eat and then immerse themselves in some of the finest art in South Australia.
Stop! In The Name Of Art! is a temporary art installation and social experiment which will take place in Adelaide during November and December this year, challenging the public to perceive art without to benefit of its context.