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Concert to shine a light on jazz music's 'invisible' stars

Adelaide musician and composer Mark Simeon Ferguson says his great-grandmother’s passion for jazz music has inspired him to honour female jazz composers and writers this International Jazz Day.

Music Music

Music review: Konstantin plays Tchaikovsky

Crowd-pleasing repertoire, an adopted local creating sparks on the Steinway, and every section of the ASO being given their moment in the sun marked the second in the orchestra's Masters series for this year - and again highlighted its need for a new permanent home.

Arts & Culture

Cultural and cosmic forces drive Gavin Wanganeen’s art

Former Port Adelaide player Gavin Wanganeen admits it still feels "a bit weird" to be working as an artist after a long footy career, but the transition is paying dividends as he presents his biggest solo show at Hill Smith Gallery.


The epic story of an unlikely wartime friendship

The extraordinary story of a Ngarrindjeri Digger and a Jewish German ethnologist who became lifelong friends after meeting in a World War I POW camp is being brought to life in a new South Australian play which will have its first readings this month.


After Dinner: I still blush at just how far I went

South Australian writer Andrew Bovell’s first play is described as “fall-off-your-chair funny” and is so sexually graphic it still makes him blush. Yet it was actually written in response to a tragic loss.

Film reviews

Arts & Culture

Poster artist Peter Drew has the US in his sights

After attracting national attention with his street posters about Australian identity, Adelaide artist Peter Drew is now heading to the United States with a series of new designs – including one on the fraught issue of gun control.

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Arts & Culture

'The Impressionists painted these paintings to be seen in spaces like this'

Transporting famous Impressionist works 16,000km from Paris to Adelaide has provided the French national treasures the luxury of being appreciated in a light-filled space in tune with their era.

Off the Wall - Art Gallery treasures

Adelaide Festival

Adelaide Biennial artists explore myriad worlds

Among the diverse artworks exploring Divided Worlds in the 2018 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, the largest invites gallery visitors into a fantasy underworld – a maze-like structure celebrating Dungeons & Dragons.

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