Mother-son art duo Koruna and Kaspar Schmidt Mumm have a deep understanding of the world-building power of pulped paper, so this weekend they’re hosting a hands-on tutorial on the practical art of papier-mâché.
A new treatment centre on Grenfell Street, co-designed by people with lived experience of mental health recovery, is not a panacea to South Australia’s “growing” mental health crisis, but it is part of the solution.
Despite Murlawirrapurka Rymill Park’s Quentin Kenihan Inclusive Playspace opening in December last year, City of Adelaide councillors were told this week it doesn’t totally comply with national laws aiming to prevent disability discrimination.
At 16, Tom Abbott helped order hip-hop records at Rundle Street institution B Sharp before eventually owning the joint. Now, after taking a break from music to work as a lawyer, he’s returned to the industry with Record Playerz.
The film industry often gets queer and trans representation wrong, but emerging South Australian filmmaker Alice Maio Mackay wants to show how it should be done with her upcoming horror feature debut, ‘So Vam’.
SA Museum Head of Humanities John Carty has a strong Instagram follow-to-follow ratio and counts the Premier as a fan. He says he uses the platform to share “hard” but “important” Indigenous stories from within the institution.
Songwriter and vocalist Gere Fuss says despite recently buying a suit of armour off eBay, he’s no longer fighting himself and is “learning to write about other things” instead.