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Music review: 2023 Harvest Rock Festival

Nostalgia ruled at the second iteration of Harvest Rock as the rain stayed away and the family-friendly, accessible festival delivered two days of world-class live music with top-notch drops and bites. The only disappointment was the lack of local acts.


OzAsia review: 1988

A moving story about on the life of Vietnamese-Australian musician Dung Nguyen, with himself at the centre of the performance, 1988 leaves an indelible impression.


A taste of the dynamism and diversity on show during Tarnanthi

On the eve of the 2023 Tarnanthi Festival, artistic director Nici Cumpston highlights some of the diverse contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art on show at the Art Gallery of SA – from delightful animations and unique sculptural works, to paintings inspired by a love of rock music.

Arts & Culture

Green Room: Cabaret callout, stories and winning art

SA arts and culture news in brief: Artist submissions open for 2024 Cabaret Festival; star-studded line-ups revealed for two upcoming Adelaide festivals for writers and readers; meet ActNow’s new MakeSpace residents; Porter Street Commission recipient announced, and the 2023 Our Mob winners.

Gail Hocking with her installation 'At the edge of memory', in her SALA exhibition 'Between Us' at Praxis Artspace. Photo: Sam Roberts / supplied
Arts & Culture

Green Room: Living art and warping reality

SA arts and culture news in brief: Exhibitions to whet your SALA appetite, meet The Mercury’s new GM, a mentorship opportunity to catapult your career, Film Festival callout for “reality-warping creatives”, ACE opens its artist studios, and young South Australians urged to get creative to fight climate change.


Illuminate Adelaide review: Resonate

The Bicentennial Conservatory has a starring role in Illuminate Adelaide’s after-dark experience in the Botanic Garden this month – but does Resonate live up to audience expectations after the sell-out success of Light Cycles?