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Checking in on Lot Fourteen: what's there and what's on the way

UPDATED: The Lot Fourteen innovation precinct on the former Royal Adelaide hospital site has been a pet project for the Marshall Government since it was elected in March 2018. Last week the State Government announced an additional $50 million in funding towards the Aboriginal Arts and Cultures Centre on the site. InDaily spoke with Lot Fourteen State Project Lead Di Dixon about what is there, what’s coming and how long it will all take.

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Aboriginal Art and Cultures Centre Ambassador David Rathman AM. Photo: Tony Lewis/InDaily
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Turning the Aboriginal Art and Cultures Centre vision into reality

Adelaide’s Aboriginal Art and Cultures Centre could rival architectural icons such as the Sydney Opera House and use cutting-edge technology to portray First Nations culture in never-before-seen ways, but could also be at risk of bureaucratic stonewalling. Stephanie Richards talks to the man appointed as a key leader of the $150 million gallery.

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Senior arts figure slams Aboriginal Cultures Centre plan

Premier Steven Marshall’s decision to scrap former Labor government plans for a contemporary art gallery at Lot Fourteen is a “huge opportunity that’s been wasted” and the replacement $150 million Aboriginal Arts and Cultures Centre is an “incredible waste of public money”, claims an eminent arts administrator who helped plan the junked gallery.