From her backyard studio in Bridgewater, Regine Schwarzer is sharing skills that have been cut and polished across 40 years and two hemispheres.
A viral news story about a lost tourist in Iceland handed Mount Gambier-based actor Sarah Brokensha the perfect framing for a story much closer to home. The resulting show, The World Is Looking For You, is a little bit lost, and a little bit found.
In a collection of interwoven short stories set around the southern coast of Tasmania – reviewed here through Writers SA’s A Year in Review series – Melissa Manning contemplates loss and love and living with their aftermath.
Contemporary Adelaide artist Jason Sims admits he feels a sense of both trepidation and release when one of his public artworks is installed in its new home. His latest futuristic perception-challenging creation has been unveiled in the CBD.
In a pocket of workshops and factories in Adelaide’s inner-east, glass-blower Meg Caslake and ceramicist David Pedler have turned a former chocolate factory into a light-filled sanctuary for themselves, their practices, and the local wildlife.
Starring a young Cate Blanchett in her first film role, writer-director Kathryn Millard’s 1996 film Parklands remains a surprisingly evergreen — and very Adelaide — reflection on memory and place.