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Pop culture meets traditional knowledge: Kaylene Whiskey in the studio at Indulkana, South Australia. Photo: Meg Hansen, image courtesy the artist and Iwantja Arts
Festivals

2021 Tarnanthi Festival to showcase work by 1000 artists

This year’s Tarnanthi Festival will feature new works by almost 1000 contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, from stories shared on salvaged car parts to an augmented-reality experience transporting visitors to the APY Lands, while the popular annual art fair will be presented as an online-only event.

InReview

Green Room: Festival for the curious, art with heart

SA arts and culture news in brief: New Barossa Contemporary festival launches inaugural program, SA Music Awards nominations open, $20,000 art award recipient announced, Windmill show to raise funds for Afghans, an intensive program for aspiring authors, and a free play spotlighting positive mental health.

Visual Art

In the Studio with Jason Sims

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.