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John (Prince) Siddon with his work at Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, WA, 2020; image courtesy the artist and Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency. Photo: Susie Blatchford, Pixel Poetry
Visual Art

Tarnanthi Festival announces 2021 highlights

A suite of psychedelic paintings made on kangaroo pelts by Walmajarri artist John Prince Siddon and installed on a wallpaper backdrop will be among highlights of the 2021 Tarnanthi Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art.

In the Studio

'Decadent enough for Marie Antoinette to eat': A selection of works from NSW artist Ebony Russell's 'Over the top' series of porcelain candelabras and vases.
Visual Art

Ceramica Maxima: ‘More is more and less is a bore’

Echoing the joie de vivre of grape harvest and Barossa’s recent harvest festival, JamFactory at Seppeltsfield’s current exhibition fizzes over with the uninhibited vigour of more than 80 ceramic pieces by nine contemporary Australian artists.

Visual Art

Old, new, us: Painting a generational story

After taking up painting only five months ago, Sally Scales is now showing her bold contemporary works alongside paintings by her mother Josephine Mick in a special exhibition at APY Gallery that also honours the legacy of Sally’s grandmother.

CityMag CityMag

The unseen creatives of Adelaide

A theatre show is much more than the hour or so of action you see on stage. To prove this, Windmill Theatre Company let CityMag behind the curtain of Hiccup! to meet some of the unseen creatives who’ll make it happen.