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Award-winning designer and film producer Alison Page – a regular panellist for eight years on ABC television show The New Inventors – has been appointed to the board of the Art Gallery of South Australia.
The vivid animatronic skink turning heads in Adelaide Zoo’s Light Creatures after-dark experience features artwork by Elizabeth Close that reflects First Nations peoples’ connection to Country and stories passed down through generations.
Dusan and Voitre Marek created a stir when their ‘weird art’ was first displayed in Adelaide. Now the pioneering surrealist artists are being celebrated in a new exhibition at the Art Gallery of SA that shows the diversity of their work and incorporates heartfelt human stories.
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.
Van Gogh Alive has landed in Adelaide to brighten up winter with a multi-sensory extravaganza depicting the life and work of post-Impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh. It will delight and dazzle many, but purists may need to proceed with caution.
Cultural icons and colourful critters from the Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands will soon be projected on North Terrace, allowing a look through the vivid viewfinder of Indigenous artist Kaylene Whiskey.
Adelaide visual artist Kate Power’s debut live performance artwork Bedroom began as a response to a 1912 painting of a naked woman sitting on the edge of a bed. Now it has been developed into a visceral full-length show.
The first solo show in a decade from mural maverick Dave Court sees the artist bring technology into his practice, exploring the creative applications of 3D scans, simulations and non-fungible tokens.
In a pocket of workshops and factories in Adelaide’s inner-east, glass-blower Meg Caslake and ceramicist David Pedler have turned a former chocolate factory into a light-filled sanctuary for themselves, their practices, and the local wildlife.
A portrait of centenarian and artist Guy Warren AM has secured the Archibald Prize on the 100th anniversary of the esteemed Australian portrait award.
Following the recent opening of the Art Gallery of South Australia’s 2021 Ramsay Art Prize, two winning works from the previous Ramsay prize provide the inspiration for an illuminating display at the gallery – a timely exhibition that coincides with Reconciliation Week.
Renowned Indigenous photographer Colleen Strangways has levelled up her storytelling, spotlighting Aboriginal Arabana culture in virtual reality.
South Australian installation artist Kate Bohunnis has taken out this year’s $100,000 Ramsay Art Prize with a “visceral” sculpture of metal and silicone.
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.
A visit to the Art Gallery of South Australia as a child 85 years ago ignited a lifelong love of art in Diana Ramsay and led to a legacy that remains vividly present today.
A new book by Adelaide-based cultural historian Noris Ioannou tells the history and story of Australian folk art in all its wonderful diversity. Publisher Michael Bollen highlights a few of the treasures within.
Have you ever tried to imagine a world you have never seen or people you have never met? In 1861 that is exactly what Japanese artist Utagawa Yoshiiku did when he designed a three-panel woodblock print now on display at the AGSA.
Street artist Seb Humphreys has dissected the graffiti free wall under the Morphett Street bridge for a series of works exposing the obscured nature of public art in Adelaide.
PHOTO GALLERY: Six young South Australian artists working across a range of media are among the 24 finalists selected for this year’s $100,000 Ramsay Art Prize for contemporary Australian artists under the age of 40.
It may be the greatest robbery you’ve never heard of. In 1990, thieves stole $US200 million worth of art from a Boston gallery. A new Netflix series seeks to find the culprits.
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.
Pioneering Adelaide visual effects studio Rising Sun Pictures has been sold to American studio FuseFX, a move which the company says will help it grow.
In the ’70s, Adelaide was a global leader in boundary-breaking performance art. Now, a new generation of local artists are drawing on their history to reignite the city’s alternative art scene.
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.