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Image: Leonie Westbrook and Catherine Truman at Gray Street Workshop, 2019. Photograph: Rosina Possingham.

Welcome to Guildhouse in Focus – your repository of interviews, news, and more!

Spotlight: Maarten Daudeij on CATAPULT

Maarten Daudeij talks with us about consulting with cultural custodians and experts Gavin Malone and Karl Winda Telfer for his Catapult mentorship.

Spotlight: SA Artists for Climate Action on 'Our Future in the Landscape'

Emerging Curator Steph Cibich interviews Zoe Freney and the SA Artists for Climate Action about the collaborative nature of their #climatebadges project and inspiring positive climate action in our community.

Spotlight: ART WORKS Emerging Curator Steph Cibich

ART WORKS Emerging Curator Steph Cibich speaks to us about her inspirations and future plans.

Spotlight: Tom Borgas on CATAPULT

Tom Borgas tells us about making large scale permanent installations and undertaking a mentorship with Jason Waterhouse.

Spotlight: Brooke Walker on CATAPULT

Painter Brooke Walker tells us about undertaking a mentorship with experienced street artist Tyrone ‘Rone’ Wright and giving animals a voice.

Spotlight: Regine Schwarzer on CATAPULT

Jeweller Regine Schwarzer speaks to us about being mentored by internationally renowned enameler Barbara Ryman.

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CATAPULT Profile: Christopher Williams and Johannes Sistermanns (GER)

Photograph GuildhouseCATAPULT Profile: Christopher Williams and Johannes Sistermanns Guildhouse’s current series of mentorships culminated in dramatic style on 6 May 2019 with a collaborative sound art performance by mentor Johannes S. Sistermanns (Germany) and mentee...

Medicinal Botanicals

The Medicinal Botanicals Project is comprised of a number of partners, many who wish to engage with artists. We’d like to invite members to share their interest in potential future projects. The Medicinal Botanicals Project brings together artists with botanists and...

Carolyn Corletto at Guildhouse

It’s Alive!: investigating the not-so-still life of objects SALA Festival  15 June – 17 August Carolyn Corletto’s sculptural work harnesses the everyday object, which have been freed from their original purpose, yet still far from the end of their stories. In the...

MOKU HANGA Workshop: Japanese Woodblock with Professor Hiroki Satake

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST ARE NOW CLOSED From 9—12 February 2016 legendary Japanese printmaker, Hiroki Satake, is undertaking a series of workshops in Adelaide focusing on the traditional Japanese woodblock printing technique Moku hanga. Due to the overwhelming interest...

Subversive Clay Australian Ceramics Triennale 2012

Guildhouse was proud to be the major supporting partner for the 2012 Australian Ceramics Triennale, ‘Subversive Clay’. The conference was held over four days exploring clay as a medium capable of challenging artistic, social and cultural issues through an...

Inside SAM’s Place 2010-11: Flocked

Sera Waters, Inside SAM's Place: Flocked, 2011An exhibition by Adelaide-based artist and writer Sera Waters concluded the 2011 program of the Guildhouse project Inside SAM’s Place. Waters’ exhibition, Flocked: Collecting Bird Stories from SA, is a participatory...

News

In Conversation with Ray Harris

Image: Ray Harris, Untitled (pyre) work-in-progress, HD digital still, 2020. Photograph: courtesy the artist.Monday 10 August Presenters: Nic Brown, Collections Curator, Flinders University Museum of Art and multimedia artist Ray Harris Nic Brown, Collections...

Troy-Anthony Baylis: Nomenclatures

Image: Troy-Anthony Baylis in the studio, 2020. Photograph: Sia Duff.Saturday 8 August – Wednesday 4 November Location: Art Gallery of South Australia, Vestibule Featuring: Troy-Anthony BaylisThe Guildhouse Fellowship Troy-Anthony Baylis: Nomenclatures Inaugural...

UniSA Yungondi Gallery: Jess Taylor

Image: Jess Taylor, The Consummate Ruin, 2018. Photograph Rosina Possingham.Creativity and collaboration are at the heart of innovation. Since 2018 UniSA Business has partnered with Guildhouse to present works by contemporary South Australian visual artists to...