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.
Carly Snoswell’s laundry-turned-studio is home to a lifetime’s supply of sequins and an eclectic collection of fabric and other interesting materials used to create colourful works that explore the intersection of art and fandom.
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.
Mother-son art duo Koruna and Kaspar Schmidt Mumm have a deep understanding of the world-building power of pulped paper, so this weekend they’re hosting a hands-on tutorial on the practical art of papier-mâché.
Possibly the ‘coolest kid’ on the Adelaide gallery block right now, Southwest Contemporary is an independent art space where the work of talented experienced and emerging artists is being shown side-by-side.
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.
In a new series presented in partnership with Guildhouse, we take you inside the studio of artist and Gray Street Workshop co-founder Catherine Truman, whose latest botanically-inspired creations are currently glowing in the Adelaide Botanic Garden.
It seems fitting that the butterfly, associated with transformation and spiritual rebirth, has become the focus of Clarice Beckett: The present moment, writes the curator of the exhibition at the Art Gallery of South Australia.
Honor Freeman’s slip-cast porcelain soaps, sponges and washcloths yield new layers of meaning as they provide space for quiet contemplation on the pandemic that has occupied global consciousness since early 2020.
The Icelandic landscapes of Lisa Tomasetti’s striking new series Happy After Ever: North of the Equator are being shown alongside exquisite sculptural works by Sam Gold and detailed drawings by Barbary Chalk in three new displays at BMG Art.
Green Room is your quick guide to what’s new and what’s happening in South Australian arts and culture. This week, the council unveils new city arts projects, Slingsby searches for its “flying squad”, a delayed art prize to open its exhibition on the weekend, and a new choral work set for its world premiere in Adelaide.