There’s a secret success to the Fringe that no one is talking about: artists from diverse backgrounds and minority groups are finding their voice.
David Gulpilil is arguably one of Australia’s best actors and is responsible for bringing countless memorable characters to our screens over many decades.
A collection of short stories interlaced with historical allusions and informed by the spiritual and religious ideas of the author.
A reference book that explores onomatopoeia (words that sound like what they mean), exploring everything from Aargh and Eek, to Woops and Yikes and everything in between.
Founder of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre reads his own autobiography which is a story about doing what's right, protecting others, and finding hope and salvation through your own dark times.
A spine-chilling mystery and contemporary love story played out in a unique and wild Australian setting, interweaving Indigenous history and Irish mythology.
An enjoyable collection of previously published pieces from award-winning author and historian Don Watson, who is also a humourist and was Paul Keating’s speechwriter and biographer.
A car salesman enters the first ever Redex car trial around Australia in 1953 and discovers a country he only thought he knew; one that isn't always welcoming.
Clyde Barr stops to aid an elderly Ute man and gets involved in a fight against a terrorist group and a bikie outfit who have taken over a Ute tribe's town.
When an illustrator's drawings come to life at the same time as their friend disappears, Hannah and Taylor know they have to investigate what is happening.
When Saul learns that his close mate Jed has suicided, he sets off for a remote Aboriginal community in the Outback to meet the women who'd stolen Jed's heart.
Dance and song aimed at babies aged 4-24 months old that's grounded in Aboriginal storytelling traditions and theories of early childhood development.
The first complete translation of Friedrich Gerstäcker’s travel journal since its original German publication in 1854, edited by Professor Peter Monteath.
After a life with the partying "in" crowd of Sydney, Dizzy Roundabout breaks free and spends the next decade travelling across Australia with his guitar and band.
In the near future, creatures from ancient mythology have emerged and must coexist with humans in a world that wants to exploit and destroy them.
The nominees for the 17th annual South Australian Screen Awards (SASAs) have been revealed, with winners to be announced at a Gala event on 13 May at the Mercury Cinema.
Don't miss this eclectic and contemporary Festival as some amazing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art is showcased in different ways...
It is lucky number thirteen as Gurrumul snags another ARIA Award, this time for his critically acclaimed album, The Gospel Album...
SAYarts are pleased to announce the establishment of 10 full year scholarships for places in any of their theatre workshop programs for 5 Indigenous students and 5 new arrivals. The scholarships will be available from term 3, 2015.
Hip Hop artist Mau Power had a massive year in 2014, which included the release of his fantastic album The Show Will Go On and the thought provoking single Freedom featuring Archie Roach