Carly Snoswell’s laundry-turned-studio is home to a lifetime’s supply of sequins and an eclectic collection of fabric and other interesting materials used to create colourful works that explore the intersection of art and fandom.
In a new series presented in partnership with Guildhouse, we take you inside the studio of artist and Gray Street Workshop co-founder Catherine Truman, whose latest botanically-inspired creations are currently glowing in the Adelaide Botanic Garden.
As part of Writers SA’s literary criticism series A Year in Review, Walter Marsh reviews South Australian author Karen Wyld’s Where the Fruit Falls, an inter-generational story in which racism and assimilation is a theft that keeps on taking.
Euripides’ Greek tragedy is reimagined with blood, ash and buffering issues by writer/director Simon Stone and Internationaal Theater Amsterdam in one of Adelaide Festival’s experiments in COVID-era adaptation.
Writer and composer Yve Blake believes pop idols, and the legions of young fans who love them, have been maligned and belittled for too long. With her musical Fangirls, Blake hopes to leave even the most hardened non-Belieber with no choice but to Stan.