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Music melds with history, technology and sculpture as a 1981 Sigma is turned into a musical instrument in a performance that brings the sounds – and images – of industry back to the old Mitsubishi factory floor at Tonsley.
For his exhibition Still Tied to a Tree, SALA feature artist Mark Valenzuela has created an overwhelming hybrid world that – while surreal – feels uncomfortably familiar.
As this year’s Illuminate Adelaide headliner, Istanbul-based Ouchhh Studio’s digital light show is a mesmerising and immersive spectacle, but it’s best enjoyed without any expectation that its appropriation of Renaissance art will inspire profound insights into AI-art-historical interplays.
The biennial Adelaide Film Festival will be held annually from October, kicking off with the world premiere of a film about homegrown Adelaide rock band The Angels.
Moving through Light Cycles in the Adelaide Botanic Garden, a visitor remarks that the experience feels like you are in the movie Avatar. It’s a description that encapsulates the otherworldly sensation of this after-dark spectacle.
Celebrated artist Vincent Namatjira is preparing to take over the frontage of the Art Gallery of South Australia with a giant animation as part of Illuminate Adelaide, in what he says is a significant career milestone.
The Adelaide Fringe will be given millions of dollars more state government funding, as the arts festival today reported the 2022 event generated $74m worth of spending and organisers now aimed to sell a million tickets a year.
The 2022 Adelaide Festival attracted 11,782 visitors from interstate and generated an increased estimated gross expenditure of $51.8 million for South Australia, according to an economic impact report released today.
A trio of popular Adelaide cabaret artists deliver snappy performances and a slice of music history in this celebration of ‘the women who defined rock ’n’ roll’.
The story of a little-known yet influential and intriguing Australian artist who kept company with the likes of Tennessee Williams, Mick Jagger, Patti Smith and Salvador Dali is being resurrected in a new show by local creative Victoria Falconer.
As this weekend’s opening of the Cabaret Festival heralds 12 days and nights of fun and frivolity, InReview recommends seven highlights with something for everyone.
Author Kathy Lette believes her mischievous material is perfectly suited to cabaret, and she’s thrilled the cabaret-opera adaptation of How to Kill Your Husband (and other handy household hints) is being brought back to the stage in Adelaide.
Derek Smalls – ‘iconic bassist’ for fictional heavy metal group Spinal Tap – will take to the stage with You Am I when they perform their tribute show Majesty of Tap in one of the highlights of the 2022 Adelaide Guitar Festival line-up.
The stage is set for a sparkling Adelaide Cabaret Festival after this year’s Variety Gala showcase.
British arts leader Ruth Mackenzie has been appointed the next artistic director of the Adelaide Festival and will take up her new role in mid-2022 as current ADs Rachel Healy and Neil Armfield prepare to step back earlier than planned.
It’s time to break out the sparkles and sequins and start planning for this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival as artistic director Tina Arena unveils her program.
This UK-based ensemble – a selection of players from the full Chineke! orchestra – has debuted at the Adelaide Festival with an exuberant and delightful program, the centrepiece of which was a specially-commissioned work from one of Australia’s most important musicians and composers.
PHOTO GALLERY: Music lovers were out in force – and dancing with zeal – as WOMADelaide celebrated its 30th anniversary across the long weekend with a stellar line-up of artists that showcased the depth and breadth of Australia’s music talent.
Amazon’s role in exacerbating America’s social divisions was highlighted in a real-life dystopia described by US author Alec MacGillis at Adelaide Writers’ Week, while Irish writer Colm Tóibín gave an insight into the story behind his epic novel The Magician.
A large crowd gathered at Adelaide Writers’ Week to hear fearless campaigner Grace Tame speak about her personal experience and Australia’s time of reckoning. In another popular session, Trent Dalton took to the stage to talk about love.
Two press conferences held within hours of each other on the first day of the Adelaide Fringe have been widely commented on in the local media. However, beneath the sensationalist headlines lie two issues: how do we value arts and culture, and how do we make arts and cultural policy?
An architecturally designed ‘sensory playground’ debuting at WOMADelaide invites both children and adults to take seat and spin a soundtrack.
Contrasting sessions exploring the ingenuity and audacity of Dickens and Australia’s treatment of high-profile whistleblowers were among highlights on day three of Adelaide Writers’ Week.
Billowing brightly-coloured sails suspended from the façade of the Art Gallery of SA herald the opening today of the 2022 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Free/State – a showcase of work by 25 leading contemporary artists from across the country.
The 2022 Adelaide Festival is close to hitting its box office target of $4.3 million as it officially opens today, with the artistic directors promising a stimulating line-up of shows despite the ‘Herculean’ challenges posed by the pandemic.