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Photo exhibition spotlights powerful Indigenous women

Portraits of leading Indigenous women are being hung at Sparkke at the Whitmore in an exhibition designed to showcase the often-sidelined leaders of Indigenous cultural preservation.

Adelaide Festival CityMag

Staring into the abyss with Requiem

Into the fiery fields and ashen valleys of present-day Australia comes a searing re-imagining of Mozart’s Requiem that ripples with pressing questions about extinction and self-annihilation.

Adelaide Fringe

Magic bar blends illusion with cocktails for an unearthly delight

New Adelaide Fringe experiential show and intimate pop-up venue Maho Magic Bar will serve up a colourful bag of tricks – and drinks – inspired by the small bars found in Japan’s nightlife hotspots.


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Rework ageing mural to rejuvenate fading Rundle Street - artist

Twenty-one years after Alien From E-Street Saturn was painted on a landmark East End corner – reworking an earlier giant mural – the artist behind the “unloved” piece says it’s due for another facelift in a bid to breathe new life into the Rundle Street strip.

Poet's Corner


Modernist Adelaide: How mid-century design shaped our city

A new book featuring 100 Adelaide buildings shows how modernist architecture shaped our streetscapes, from character-filled ’50s and ’60s homes, to flamboyant suburban churches and dominant – often divisive – brutalist buildings.