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It’s time to get your art fix again as galleries reopen

The Art Gallery of South Australia has today reopened to the public after a 10-week closure due to the COVID-19 crisis, with the SA Museum to open from Monday and many smaller galleries also welcoming back visitors with new exhibitions.

Arts & Culture

Back Roads returns to SA for latest outback odyssey

The return of the ABC’s Back Roads this month will see host Heather Ewart embark on an odyssey along the Nullarbor Plain – beginning in a small South Australian town less than 100km from where the series’ debut episode was filmed.

Film

Film review: Escape from Pretoria

SA-filmed prison-break thriller Escape From Pretoria, starring Daniel Radcliffe, may have had a lucky escape itself by premiering on the small screen, writes Ari Mattes.

Arts & Culture CityMag

Welcome to ‘The World’s Smallest Stage’

Top South Australian choreographers, dancers and musicians are collaborating in isolation to create a social-distancing-inspired series of new dance pieces that will be performed and presented in a living-room-size space of just 2m x 2m.

Book extracts

Books & Poetry Books & Poetry

Book extract: The Things She Owned

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.

Books & Poetry Books & Poetry

Book extract: Snow

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.

SALIFE SA Life SA Life

Damon Herriman: Lucky star

From child actor to insurance clerk to Hollywood hot property – Adelaide’s Damon Herriman has taken the long road to success, full of detours, dead-ends and finally dreams come true.

Books & Poetry

Diary of a Bookseller: It’s a prime time for Adelaide fiction

Bookseller Jo Case casts her eye over the rich pickings of recently released and soon-to-be-published adult fiction by Adelaide authors, from literary mysteries to a dystopian tale for our troubled times.

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Arts at Home: your guide to the best Adelaide has on offer

Welcome to Arts at Home, the new weekly magazine made in partnership with Adelaide’s most celebrated artistic institutions. Part entertainment, part education and a whole lot of inspiration, Arts at Home brings the community together to enjoy South Australia’s creative lifeblood.

Arts & Culture

When will SA cinemas and theatres reopen?

Cinemas and theatres may have been given the green light to reopen on June 1, but restrictions on audience numbers and other challenges mean South Australians shouldn’t expect an immediate flurry of fresh film screenings and live entertainment.

Arts & Culture SA Life

Zen and the art of knit one, purl one

Self-isolation boredom has inspired renewed interest in the art of craft – but there are dangers in getting too crafty too quickly. Suzie Keen shares some purls of wisdom from her own attempts to master the knack of knitting.