In Untitled (death song), part of the Art Gallery of SA’s 2020 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Monster Theatres, Indigenous artist Megan Cope has created an ugly but necessary song of ruin – and now you can hear it played.
Mindshare is currently accepting work by emerging and established SA writers for its annual poetry and creative writing award, celebrating literature by South Australians with lived experience of mental illness.
“How are we supposed to police dancing? If I see someone moving more than five centimetres left to right, is that dancing?” an exasperated live music venue owner tells CityMag, while another says he’s pulling the plug on operations indefinitely.
We’ve been awarded another gold star for our collective response to the coronavirus pandemic: nightclubs and music-centric venues in South Australia can reopen from Monday, 29 June.
Having travelled all around the world, photographer Dan Bennett has returned to Adelaide to establish a multi-disciplinary gallery and studio space to help Adelaide’s arts scene grow.
Writers SA director Jessica Alice shares her picks of the organisation’s new range of online workshops and events, and explains how the local writing community can bounce back from COVID-19 if property supported.
On the eve of the coronavirus shutdown, CityMag spent a night riding along with the Encounter Youth Green Team. As our nightlife slowly reemerges, we look back on our last pre-corona night out in the city with nostalgia and hope for the future.