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.
A portrait of Australian music icon John Schumann, sculptures made from old movie flyers and a painting by a 90-year-old aged care resident are among the winning artworks selected in the 2017 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival Awards.
Adelaide's visual art scene is set to heat up with the 20th year of the annual SALA festival fast-approaching.
Everybody loves SALA, but this year there’s an event coming with SALA that combines South Australia’s love of art with our love of wine and foods.
Adelaide is set for an arty winter feast as the 18th South Australian Living Artists Festival presents more than 600 exhibitions over 31 days.
Artists including Little Britain’s Matt Lucas are on their way to South Australia to kick off the brand new Word Adelaide festival. The four-day event also features comedian Kitty Flanagan and songwriting superstars Leo Sayer, Gary Kemp and Taasha Coates.
A quirky Cabinet of Curiosities will be one of the main highlights of the Saint Ignatius Art Show 2013 with around seventy small and intriguing works of art on display.
This is exactly what SALA is all about at its best, finding and exposing new forms of artistic expression and discovering pathfinders who are seeking alternative directions.
The Glenelg art gallery is celebrating the opening of their new exhibition space and will be giving part profits to the Hutt St center for the homeless.