Contrasting the unique features of sculpture and painting, BMG Art is currently exhibiting the latest works of two prominent South Australian artists with Grounded by sculptor, Nicholas Uhlmann, and The Expedition by painter, Jason Cordero.
For the last 22 years SA Living Artists Festival (SALA) has promoted and inspired artists, brought art into communities, and built up the profile of our state as an arts and festival hub. Stepping up as CEO this year is the fabulous Kate Moskwa, previously the festival’s Program Manager.
A celebration the remarkable figurative sculptures of Australian ceramicist Liz Williams, tracing the evolution of Liz Williams' impressive body of coil-built works.
This exhibition gives the audience an opportunity to contrast the beauty and talent of famed 19th century French sculptor Auguste Rodin with works by 65 modern artists from around the world.
Four more South Australian visual artists have been recognised for photography, moving image and sculpture, concluding the $35,000 awards.
'Our Mob' presents outstanding work by South Australian Aboriginal artists, and they invite you all to their biggest and best exhibition and celebration yet.
More South Australian visual artists have been recognised for photography, moving image and sculpture, concluding the $30,000 awards.
In a world where staying inside and using technology seems to be the way of the future, it is nice to hear some positive news about the Art Gallery of South Australia. It has attracted record attendances - nearly 800,000 people in one year, with much of that attendance being made up of children and their families.
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.
Fleurieu Regional Waste Authority (FRWA) and KESAB environmental solutions have announced the Waste to Sculpture Primary School Recycled Art Competition.
The 2010 SALA Festival July 30- August 22 is going to capture your imagination, inspire you, challenge your perception, invite conversation, and ignite your appreciation of the visual arts and it's completely free!