When Eleni tells her school friends about her yiayia, it begins a conversation about the cultural diversity of all their grandmothers.
And it's only for one day, so mark it in your diaries!
Exploring 100 years of Rugby League in Australia, overflowing with photos, mementos, media clips and League tables with some material never published before.
This picture book tells the tale of a group of stranded polar bears who are befriended by Lily at the beach, with an underlying message of acceptance, generosity and the way our community is made up by different cultures.
The annual French music and food festival, So Frenchy So Chic, is returning to Adelaide and set to take over Pinky Flat on January 11th 2019. The French pop garden party will host its first ever all-female line-up, with Camille Dalmais as the headline act, and performances from talented French artists; Clara Luciani, Cléa Vincent […]
Get your bright pink lippy and fur coat ready for Adelaide's Queer Arts and Cultural Festival, Feast.
A fascinating insight into perspective, and how we represent and view history through art, propaganda, culture, photography and science.
Colourful and stylised illustrations combine with clear, push-button vocals to teach kids 3 and over to say, “I Love You”, in Spanish, English, Mandarin, French and Japanese.
If you're a lover of Korean food, music, culture, or traditions, the upcoming Korean Culture & Food Festival in Hindmarsh Square is an event not to miss.
This indoor event will be serving up the best of France, plus there's a pop up wine bar, entertainment and even stuff for the kids.
Social research looking at today's attitudes and beliefs in Australia, compared to those expressed in the 1964 classic, The Lucky Country, by Donald Horne.
Essays on migration & people movement, focussing on increased global interest in an interdisciplinary exchange across a range of intellectual & artistic spheres.
An engaging, illustrated look at theories on gender, identity and sexuality & how normative differences tend to privilege one type of ‘being’ over its opposite.
A very funny hour of adults-only entertainment, learning how to swear, insult and discuss body parts (and what to do with them) in Australian Sign Language.
On the first Friday of every month, the Art Gallery keeps its doors open until 9pm, treating culture goers to live music, curator talks and guided tours at their aptly named event: First Fridays.
Shantay You Stay! The world’s biggest touring drag stars are coming to Australia for the first time!
Adelaide's Festival season begins with the launch of The Port Festival
The Lavazza Italian Film Festival is coming to Adelaide and mamma mia (!) you won't want to miss it...
In a world where staying inside and using technology seems to be the way of the future, it is nice to hear some positive news about the Art Gallery of South Australia. It has attracted record attendances - nearly 800,000 people in one year, with much of that attendance being made up of children and their families.
Samstag’s 2015 program kicks off with do it (adelaide), an exciting exhibition concept that sprang into life more than 20 years ago, and has since become one of the international contemporary art world’s most enduring successes.