WOMADelaide will return to Botanic Park in its seven-stage format in March next year, but organisers says artists, festival-goers, staff and stallholders must all be fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
OzAsia Festival opens this week with a program of events encompassing moon lanterns, stand-up comedy, live music, biting satire, intimate encounters and culinary secrets. Here are eight highlights to whet your appetite.
Tarnanthi Festival celebrates the depth and breadth of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art across Australia – and from psychedelic paintings to mesmerising moving image works, there is plenty to see in this year’s more that 60 exhibitions and events.
SA arts and culture news in brief: Tarnanthi Art Fair goes online this weekend, Mercury Cinema celebrates Hong Kong auteur with Love and Neon, US ‘virtual residency’ opportunity for SA filmmakers, a symphony for Afghanistan, mindshare art and more.
The devastating fires and floods of 2019-20 inspired the theme of a major community engagement project led by the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra in which composers and musicians from diverse backgrounds have been working together with local organisations to develop a suite of new music.
SA arts and culture news in brief: Conference to urge a new public agenda for the arts, 360-degree animated show announced as centrepiece of new month-long Immerse event at West End hub Light, the ‘alternative’ Archibald exhibition comes to Adelaide, production begins on Windmill Theatre’s first TV series, and more.