Billed as a comedy-horror, French film Deerskin is a wild and whacky exploration of possession and obsession.
A cabaret-meets-country concert by South Australian singer-songwriters Libby O’Donovan and Beccy Cole will kick off a new music series at Her Majesty’s Theatre showcasing local performers across a range of genres.
This week’s Poet’s Corner features two contrasting poems from Geoffrey Aitken.
The 2020 Guildhouse Fellowship has been awarded to Sera Waters, an SA visual artist whose work often incorporates second-hand domestic textiles and uses intricate embroidery to examine Australia’s colonial past.
Sydney-based independent curator and former actor Sebastian Goldspink has been announced as the curator for the 2022 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art.
Large textile works fashioned from hundreds of metallic Glomesh and faux-mesh bags and a series of colourful woven text-based ‘landscapes’ greet visitors to the Art Gallery of SA in a new display of work by Adelaide artist Troy-Anthony Baylis.
A desire to learn to sew led Renate Henschke to a career as a maker and costume and production designer. She’s recently been working with other SA creatives on the new animated web series Honey I’m Home.
Quiet time has been good for creation, but publishing and launching books continues to be plagued by uncertainty, writes Michael Bollen.
In episode two of SALIFE’s new podcast, editor Penny Yap meets ceramic artist and filmmaker Margaret Dodd.
Former MP and playwright Kelly Vincent and theatre-maker Alirio Zavarce have joined forces to launch True Ability – a new South Australian venture that will create professional, disability-led theatre works.
Aftertaste – a six-part ABC comedy series starring Erik Thomson as a volatile celebrity chef trying to rebuild his career – has become the first major production to resume filming in South Australia since the pandemic shutdown began.
Managing director of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Vincent Ciccarello has an unshakeable love affair with music.
Contrived plots, two-dimensional characters, ridiculous resolutions: the master of comic novels takes these elements and spins them into gold, bringing consolation during these grim times, writes Carly Osborn.
Thomas Fonua tours the world as an Australia Dance Theatre company lead performer, and also manages Haus of Kong – a drag collective changing the lives of its young recruits on and off the stage.
Cellist Sharon Grigoryan will leave the Australian String Quartet at the end of 2020 after seven years with the Adelaide-based ensemble.
Adelaide author Katherine Tamiko Arguile explores themes of family and grief in her new novel The Things She Owned, the story of a tangled mother-daughter relationship that unfolds over two generations and is steeped in Japanese culture.
Gina Inverarity’s dystopian vision of a drastically altered post-global future in her new young-adult novel Snow has been given added resonance by the COVID-19 crisis.
With the Southern Flinders Ranges as its backdrop, SA author Annette Marner’s new novel centres on an aspiring artist haunted by two tragic events from her childhood.
Adelaide author Poppy Nwosu’s new young-adult novel is a story about family, friends and embracing who you are – even if that person is kind of weird.