Rundle Place, Adelaide’s premier retail centre has secured the rights to display a Rolling Stones exhibition that was originally launched in London.
Glam Adelaide caught up with Matt Day, the star of productions such as Rake, Paper Giants and Muriel’s Wedding, to chat about his upcoming film and its sleepy Adelaide setting.
The Flinders University Art Museum and City Gallery are hosting a tribute to the 19th Century structure coined the ‘Crystal Palace’. The building showcased the Great Exhibition 1851 to promote the superiority of Britain over nature during the Industrial Revolution.
Katrina Freene to Take Part in Project Upcycle
Bellarouge is fast becoming Adelaide’s hottest dance act, specialising in burlesque, cabaret, and commercial style dance; creating original entertainment performances specific to each client’s needs.
Your chance to grab one of these gorgeous bespoke wine brand art works.
If you’re after the perfect Mother’s Day gift, then look no further than Blissful Blooms. Their online store has the perfect array of chocolate and flower arrangements, and let’s not forget that one person alone can’t possibly eat all that chocolate.
Carclew Youth Arts is once again offering four opportunities totalling $50,000 to help young South Australian artists excel in their chosen artform.
The Art Gallery is extending its opening hours due to the success of its latest exhibition - Turner from The Tate.
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Adelaide Festival Centre is presenting two 1970's themed exhibitions as part of the Festival Theatre’s 40th anniversary celebrations.
An Angel at my Easel is the latest exhibition by Kristian Mumford which opens at Fox Creek Winery on May 11th.
The digital door for content is now wide open for submissions to the 2013 Adelaide Film Festival (AFF), which moves to a new month for the first time – running from October 10‐20.
The Gov, in conjunction with Dr Sketchy’s and Delerium Emporium, are revamping Sunday nights at the front bar with Vaudeville Vibes, each Sunday from 5-9pm. The show will feature the very best of Adelaide's pole, burlesque, jazz and performance artists, including Miss Bella C., Dani Danger and Lipstick Layla.
If you’ve outgrown the large dust-bowl music festivals with poor facilities and sound, Gorgeous Festival is worth a re-think and looks set to be one of South Australia's premier music events for 2013.
The latest Adelaide hotspot for funky fashion, furniture and art, Style Lab - The Warehouse, celebrated their grand opening last week, featuring resident Sugar nightclub disc spinner Driller, and wines and cocktails by Two Italian Boys. The popular word? Style Lab is just the culture shock the Eastern suburbs needed, with the cool yet understated event suiting the new Chapel St establishment to a tee.
If you're around Hindley Street later this afternoon, keep an eye out for the creative new UV art installation which is being launched by Coopers. It appears as a blank canvas by day, and then transforms into luminous street-art by night!
South Australian Riverland artist Jana Wallace Braddock will be exhibiting her latest collection THE THIN BLACK LINE, this October at A.P Bond Gallery.
Young artist and graphic designer Ashleigh Abbott is a true romantic. With an unabashed love of all things colour, nature, life and well, love, it’s not surprising her first major solo exhibition is dubbed The Story, Love Birds: Part 001. Taking cues from ‘the old fashion romance and messages of love’, The Story features crisp, colourful and strikingly modern interpretations of birds through a colourful kaleidoscope of conceptual yet accessible art forms. Like the birds she depicts, Abbott’s work embodies the quintessence of joy and elation. Ahead of her exhibition, Ashleigh spoke with Glam about all things art, Adelaide and ornithology.
Adelaide artists Khai Liew and Bruce Nuske have collaborated to present Irrational and Idiosyncratic at the Samstag Museum of Art in August and September, an exhibition of works inspired by the 19th-century European response to all things oriental.