Events

The live performance of Ray Harris: The Mud Below for the Collections Project, 2021. Photograph Brianna Speight, courtesy FUMA.

Upcoming Events

You’re invited to the Guildhouse end of year community gathering will be held in the beautiful Adelaide Botanic Gardens on Wednesday 15 December.

Unwind and spend the evening in the lush gardens and connect with the extended Guildhouse community. The Museum of Economic Botany will be open for viewing of Laura Wills and Louise Flaherty’s PLANT NOTES and the artists will give a personal insight into their work through an artist talk.

Bring along your picnic blankets and baskets as we come together in a relaxed family-friendly celebration. Drinks will be available to purchase.

Laura Wills and Louise Flaherty: Plant Notes

15 August – 30 January 2022

A Museum intervention exploring the personal and environmental effects of losing vulnerable flora.

UniSA Yungondi Gallery: Donovan Christie

16 August – 25 November 2021

A selection of works by Donovan Christie that focus on capturing and immortalising the nostalgic urban landscape as it slowly fades.

Monthly Advice Bank: December 2021

Tuesday 7 December 2021, 10am – 12pm

Your last chance for 2021: Book in for one-on-one advice with Guildhouse’s experienced arts professionals to discuss a range of topics affecting your arts practice.

Monthly Advice Bank: February 2022

Tuesday 1 February 2021, 10am – 12pm

Start the new year on the right foot and book in for one-on-one advice with Guildhouse’s experienced arts professionals to discuss a range of topics affecting your arts practice.

Ongoing Events

reVision Speaker Series

Online now

Catch up the reVision Speaker Series and hear from inter/national artists, curators and strategists as they discuss their approach to practice, and unpack what drives and sustains their work and their community.

Perspectives

Online now

Perspectives brings leading international artists, makers and thinkers to Adelaide for an annual series of thought-provoking lectures. Catch up on conversations with Hoda Afshar, Ema Tavola, Alison Kubler and David Capra.

The Guildhouse Fellowship: In Conversation with Sera Waters and Lisa Slade

Online now

Join 2020 Guildhouse Fellow Sera Waters and AGSA Associate Director, Artistic Programs, Lisa Slade as they discuss the impact of a Fellowship on an artist’s practice.

Mentor Mentee: A creative relationship

Online now

Lead researcher Professor Susan Luckman, artists Simone Tippett and Lauren Simeoni, and Lord Mayor Sandy Verschoor discuss the impact of mentorships on an artist’s trajectory.

In Conversation with Ray Harris

Online now

Join Nic Brown, Collections Curator, FUMA, in conversation online with South Australian artist Ray Harris, to discuss her research and development for her Collections Project with FUMA.

ART WORKS 2020: In Conversation

Online now

Join ART WORKS Emerging Curator Steph Cibich in conversation with artists Raymond Zada, Lee Walter, and ART WORKS Artist in Residence Jasmine Ann Dixon.

Past Events

PRACTICE Auslan-interpreted curator’s tour and artist talks

PRACTICE Auslan-interpreted curator’s tour and artist talks

Wednesday 11 August 2021, 12.30pm Location: Adelaide Town Hall, First Floor Gallery, 128 King William Street, Adelaide. Pricing: Free, bookings essential (places are limited) Featuring: Emerging Curator Ann-Marie Green, Artist in Residence Ruby Chew and artists Callum...

Plant Notes: Artist Talk & 2021 Call Out Information Session

Plant Notes: Artist Talk & 2021 Call Out Information Session

Wednesday 25 August, 1pm  Location: Santos Museum of Economic Botany, Adelaide Botanic Gardens Featuring: Visual artists Laura Wills and Louise Flaherty, Adelaide Botanic Gardens Learning Partnership Manager Kelly Bramhill and Guildhouse Artistic Programs Manager...

PRACTICE Audio described tour

PRACTICE Audio described tour

Tuesday 26 October, 5:30-7pm Location: Adelaide Town Hall, First Floor Gallery, 128 King William Street, Adelaide. Meet downstairs at ground level. Pricing: Free, bookings essential (places are limited) Featuring: Audio describer Emma Bedford and Emerging Curator...