Those of you who have been around the trappings of the Adelaide Fringe for a while now would be familiar with the comedy band George Glass.
An artist with decades of experience and two businesses under her belt, Tiff launched her eponymous brand over six years ago, and now she unveils her new store.
Always known deep within you lies undiscovered artistic potential? Explore it by honouring the one who probably believes in you the most, with a little creative fuel from the bar.
This combined exhibition of art works by Grace Cabot, Naomi Jellicoe and Rosanna Barson in Joan’s Pantry was not at all what I was expecting.
The works of South Australian artist Jeffrey Smart, showcasing how his art evolved and developed, and documenting his life story, from how he was inspired by the South Australian landscapes, to his travels in Italy.
In this board book edition for ages 4 or 5, the Little People, Big Dreams series looks at the life of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo whose works inspired by the nature and artifacts of Mexico.
This is a work for lovers of Hockney, of art in general and of good documentaries. It is an astonishingly engaging piece of film.
A popular Adelaide veteran of mural art, Vans the Omega, is working on another ambitious work in the rural town.
Tim Patch brings his talents as a naked painter to the Fringe for a full length comedy art show. Under the guise of his alter egos Pricasso and Speedy da Vinci, Patch utilises his body, including buttocks and genitals to paint two portraits over the course of the show
The Viterra silos at Kimba on the Eyre Peninsula are being transformed with an amazing mural by Melbourne large-scale artist Cam Scale, and it's incredible.
The South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival will get the state's art started tomorrow (August 1) when it officially opens for its milestone 20th year.
This year, large format artist Mark Lobert will be unveiling a new collection, which branches away from some of his more recognisable subject matters.
A 30m high artwork across 5 silos in regional South Australia has become the talk of the state, with the mind-blowing mural becoming a new drawcard for Coonalpyn.
Check out this fantastic collection of artwork that celebrates celebrity icons who have pushed boundaries and challenged perceptions.
Three lives intertwine: 17th Century Dutch painter Sara de Vos, her ancestor in 1950s New York, & an Australian art curator who once forged Sara's most famous work.
The first in this season of great artworks on screen is a celebration of the history of Spain through it's greatest artist & the father of modern art, Francisco Goya.
'Our Mob' presents outstanding work by South Australian Aboriginal artists, and they invite you all to their biggest and best exhibition and celebration yet.
Don't miss these photos of the beautiful artwork on display as part of SALA 2015 at The Colonist, plus some of the socials from a night of viewing the beautiful pieces...
The Arkaba Hotel continues its rich association with the arts when they host their second exhibition – as part of the South Australian Living Arts (SALA) expo – showcasing the varied works of six of the state’s most promising artists.
The one-day workshops cater for practicing visual artists who want to learn something new, year 11 and 12 students, tertiary art and design students and those who have little or no art experience but a load of willingness and curiosity.