The beehive-shaped stone sculptures in the Parklands beside Sir Donald Bradman Drive are a familiar sight to many Adelaideans. As part of a new series on Adelaide art, Katherine Arguile looks at their origins and inspiration.
Japanese dancer Yui Kawaguchi immerses audiences in a sonic and luminous landscape of stark and powerful beauty with this performance of exceptional mastery and expression.
A red thread runs between North Terrace and Melbourne Street with two exhibitions showing the creative blossoming – and melancholic beauty – that can come from a collision of cultures, writes art historian Katherine Arguile.
The gentle humour and quiet melancholy of Benedikt Erlingsson’s quirky Icelandic saga belies the fierceness of its environmental message.
Filmmakers Ian Bonhôte and Peter Ettedgui’s stylish mosaic of a documentary illuminates the life of the controversial and troubled British fashion genius Alexander McQueen.
Visionary musician Kaki King puts her specially customised acoustic guitar front and centre in this vibrant and immersive multi-media performance.