PICTURE BOOK: A collection of tender and honest stories that will educate children on our nation’s history and remind adult readers of the real impact of the Stolen Generations.
An analysis of the relationship between black and white Australia and why whites can’t solve black problems.
The work of seven amateur photographers who documented the land and the people of early Central Australia.
We're a little bit late to the party, but we wanted to offer a huge congratulations to Adelaide chef, Jock Zonfrillo, who was named the winner of the Basque Culinary World Prize in July this year.
The story of the Adelaide Gaol, told through the journal of its first Governor, provides an insight into the early life of Adelaide and South Australia.
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.
Controversial historian Geoffrey Blainey continues his social history of Australia in this 2nd book, spanning from the discovery of gold in western NSW, onwards.
A star-studded event to celebrate and embrace our traditional Indigenous culture.
A little food for thought for your weekend; Glam Adelaide is kicking it old school with a celebration of our great state and its most progressive and kick arse moments