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Of Sorrow and Tea

Imbued with sweat and tears, Apron-Sorrow / Sovereign-Tea unflinchingly shows the truth behind the state-orchestrated servitude of Aboriginal women in South Australia.

In the Studio

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

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.

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Taking it to the streets: public art at the crossroads

Adelaide has had its fair share of debates about public art, from the Hajek sculptures in the Festival Plaza to the pigs in Rundle Mall. In the first article in a two-part series, John Neylon offers his take on the subject and argues that the tide is turning for individual artists creating work for the public sphere.

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Roy Ananda comes in peace

In SALA feature artist Roy Ananda’s dual exhibitions for this year’s festival, the surprising connections between a lifetime of obsessive pop culture fandom and 20 years of contemporary art practice are delightfully revealed.