SA arts and culture news in brief: Art pops up in railway station’s historic phone booths, Clarice Beckett show extended, ‘golden opportunity’ for emerging screenwriters, SALA deadline looms, through the Looking Glass at FUMA, and more.
Ben Mingay is thrilled to be back at the cutting edge with State Opera’s musical thriller Sweeney Todd, saying the demon barber is his favourite part to date. He also reveals he still occasionally moonlights in a very different role.
SA arts and culture news in brief: top SA-made short films to be showcased at the Mercury, new inner-west creative hub launches, a valuable fellowship opportunity for mid-career creatives, Chess ticket boost, and a call for Umbrella Festival registrations.
PHOTO GALLERY: Six young South Australian artists working across a range of media are among the 24 finalists selected for this year’s $100,000 Ramsay Art Prize for contemporary Australian artists under the age of 40.
SA arts and culture news in brief: Campaign launched to help Restless Dance Theatre, where to get your Oscars movie fix, new grants for SA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander creatives, a Star Wars treat, and a local art school tops student survey.
The Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival has launched its 2021 program, with a line-up of more than 30 shows at venues including Nexus Arts, Arthur Art Bar, The Jade and new Light Square space The Lab.
After presenting a moving and heartfelt performance at WOMADelaide last month, Archie Roach will be returning in July for a concert at Her Majesty’s Theatre as part of his final Australian tour.