More South Australian visual artists have been recognised for photography, moving image and sculpture, concluding the $30,000 awards.
Food photography isn't just for the experts anymore, so we've talked to the experts and found the top 5 ways to make your photos pop!
Lights blinded, dancers dazzled, and the Latin beats captivated the crowd last night as Ricky Martin delivered sensuous choreography and infectious rhythms. Supported by the ever-glamorous Delta Goodrem, it was a memorable night for all those lucky enough to attend. Check out all the photos here.
Bridgewater Mill which is undergoing a major transformation has invited leading Adelaide photographer Richard J Wood to display his captivating images of the Adelaide Hills for the first time.
WOMADelaide 2015 was a record-breaking year, with over 90,000 people through the Festival's doors over the 4-day event.
Award-winning Adelaide photographer Brent Leideritz is exhibiting his collection of thought provoking and striking portraits of red lipsticked women, and men with mighty beards at the 2015 Adelaide Fringe.
Entries are now open for one of the world’s most prestigious photo festivals, Head On.
Now in its fifth year, Skrambled Eggs is an exhibition of two dozen photographers using only mobile technologies like smart phones.
Carclew emerging curator Craig Robert Middleton presents La Danse Macabre, an exhibition showing in the Carclew Foyer Gallery during November and December 2014.
Voting has now opened for Australia's Best Magazine Cover in this year’s 2014 consumer awards, The Maggies.
Check out all the social photos from last night's launch of the Face of the Adelaide Fashion Festival.
SALA is takes over an iconic city building for the first time ever, showcasing an eclectic mix of art works ranging from traditional illustration through to digital media and photography.
The final countdown for award entries begins as the nomination period for the inaugural Amnesty International Australia Media Awards enters its final month.
Here are a collection of our favourite images from the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards.
This week was the world premiere of Garry Stewart’s Multiverse, where visually stunning 3D graphics share the stage with three phenomenal dancers to create one of the first 3D works by a national Australian dance company.
Friday August 1st will see the launch of “7 rooms”, Port Adelaide’s newest addition of SALA exhibitions proudly supported by SALA, Renewal SA and Our Port.
An online photography course providing women, mums and female entrepreneurs the confidence to take their fancy camera off ‘auto’ and start capturing creative photography that they love.
ADRD Bout 5 Salty Dolls vs Road Train Rollers took place on May 17th 2014. Check out all the great action shots here.
Rundle Place, Adelaide’s premier retail centre has secured the rights to display a Rolling Stones exhibition that was originally launched in London.
Silly name, cool concept, that’s Skrambled Eggs. With more than 350 years experience between them, the Skrambled collective pursue photography as their livelihood, their passion, their creative outlet and their heartache.