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An unsent fan letter, the discovery of a 30-year-old magazine in a dusty archive of craft journals in Mount Isa, and a final creative meeting of minds lie behind the exhibition of celebrated ceramicist Petrus Spronk at The Main Gallery in Halifax Street.
A 5m-high public artwork paying homage to Aussie backyard icon the Hills Hoist cuts a new silhouette in the ever-shifting landscape of Hindley Street, thanks to a partnership between Helpmann Academy and SA Power Networks.
Australia’s chronic affordable housing shortage is planting an inter-generational time bomb. We look at some historical and contemporary social housing projects that could pave the way for increased public and private investment in this space.
The residential entries in the 2022 SA Architecture Awards range from extreme extroverts to some shy types in character neighbourhoods, while a record number of apartment buildings mark that sector’s coming of age.
Meg Wilson’s uncanny ability to create worlds that defy time and space will be on show in two major Adelaide productions premiering this month – with the dual offering solidifying her reputation as one of the city’s most in-demand theatre artists.
Each year the South Australian entries in the Australian Institute of Architects Awards showcase thought-provoking new architecture from across the state. Here we look at a selection of commercial, educational and public architecture vying for a prize.
An extraordinary slice of 19th-century Adelaide history involving a pioneering hot-air-balloon flight, a pair of daredevil ‘lady trapeze artists’ and a crowd of fascinated onlookers is re-created in miniature in a new ABC TV series co-hosted by local tiny craft artist JoAnne Bouzianis-Sellick.
An architecturally designed ‘sensory playground’ debuting at WOMADelaide invites both children and adults to take seat and spin a soundtrack.
A colourful new Adelaide exhibition celebrates the glamour of fashion during a particularly creative era, while also offering a poignant reminder of the ongoing HIV/AIDS epidemic.
The reopening of the Granite Island causeway at Victor Harbor has created an opportunity for local Indigenous artists to share two important Ngarrindjeri-Ramindjeri Dreaming stories now permanently embedded in the new structure.
The climate crisis is now integral to any dialogue around architecture and design as the profession acknowledges its significant ongoing relationship with the natural world. This month we look at how local architectural practices are shifting the conversation around sustainability.
Out the back of a cluster of industrial buildings in Kilkenny, designer and co-founder of Mixed Goods Studios Dean Toepfer is working to build his own practice, and a community around it.
Adelaide loves to tout its global ‘liveability’ accreditations, and lately we’ve embraced aspirations to be a ‘Well City’ and a ‘National Park City’ – but how are we actually delivering on this much-celebrated reputation?
A decade on from the first Adelaide Riverbank Masterplan, and in the light of relentless development proposals for this Adelaide park lands precinct, is it time for a new plan?
There’s so much more to a bottle label than the basics – producer, variety and vintage. It’s time to take notice of South Australia’s design community for their internationally recognised role in our wine industry.
Respected South Australian architect Guy Maron has created an ambitious new vision for an Adelaide concert hall, to be situated between the Festival Theatre and the Dunstan Playhouse.
Communities in Adelaide and other cities are pushing for a scale of development that suits their location and doesn’t steal their daylight, dwarf their backyard or destroy the character that gives soul to their streets.