Graduating jazz students from The University of Adelaide have been presented with $15,000 in awards at the Helpmann Academy's annual Jazz Awards Events.
Tandem is part of the Bike Art Adelaide Festival - an umbrella program running from 13 – 31 January, 2014 - which brings Adelaide’s cycling and arts communities together to explore, express and celebrate everything bike.
From the creative minds of two Adelaide-based, Colombian artists comes Miniambra, a locally produced animated web series and accompanying graphic novel.
Wastelander Panda, by Adelaide’s Epic Films, has attracted created a huge stir in the internet community, with over 100,000 views since it was put online on Tuesday.
An exhibition of striking steel sculptures that explores fragmentation, change and perpetuity is now open, adjacent to Adelaide City Council’s Customer Centre in Pirie Street.
The Helpmann Academy held its annual Jazz Awards ceremony at the InterContinental Adelaide featuring performances by the winners, students of the Elder Conservatorium School of Jazz Studies, with the addition of special guest vocalist, Luke Thompson
Emerging classical vocalist, Daniela 'Bella' Jedrzejczak, will travel to Western Australia in November and December to receive specialised tuition in voice and acting with opera singer, Patricia Price and director, Chris Edmund.
The influence of director, Ric Trevaskis, could be clearly seen in this very fine production of what is, arguably, Stephen Sondheim’s most loved musical, the multi award-winning, Into the Woods. Not surprisingly, even at a 5pm Sunday matinee performance, the auditorium was packed.
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.
The Helpmann Academy and SA Living Artists Inc. are offering three emerging moving image artists a fantastic professional development opportunity during the 2010 SALA Festival.
These works are a testimony to the high level of ideas, incorporated with technical skill.
In September 2008, four Adelaide artists travelled to Jingdezhen in China as part of an international residency supported by the Helpmann Academy for the Visual & Performing Arts. Inspired by their travels and experiences - being immersed in a world of porcelain traditions - the four artists have responded by creating ceramic, mixed media and jewellery works that will be on show during the Adelaide Fringe Festival.