News and Exhibitions

 Hannah Brontë, ‘Mother Lava‘ (2017), digital image. Courtesy the artist.


Who: Paola Balla, Ali Gumillya Baker, Hannah Brontë, Miriam Charlie, Amrita Hepi, Nicole Monks and Kaylene Whiskey
What: Next Matriarch
When: 14 October – 9 December

Who: Jesswar, SOVTRAX, Riri & BABY MAMA. Curated by Hannah Brontë
What: FEMPRE$$ / Witness the power of a visionary future
When: 14 October

Who: Sandra Saunders
What: They Came Like a Tsunami
When: 20 October – 11 November
Where: ACE Open, Lion Arts Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide



Who: Thomas Moran and Douglas Maxted Jnr.
History Paintings
Who: Joe Felber
What: Art Spaghetti

Opens 13 October
Where: Format Collective, 80 Hindley Street, Adelaide



Who: Australian Women Photographers 1970s -80s
Photography meets Feminism
When:  16 September – 19 November
Where: Flinders University City Gallery,
State Library of South Australia



Quaker Stories in Stitching
When: 26 – 29 October – 11 November, 10am-4pm
Where: The Friends Meeting House, Pennington Tce, North Adelaide (just behind St. Peters Cathedral)



Who: academics, health care workers, artists and everyone in between to seek a better understanding of the process of recovery and the contribution of art
When:  5-27 October
Where: Kerry Packer Civic Gallery,
The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre



Who: current final-year students
10 x 10
25 September20 October

Who: Robert Hannaford (South Australia) and Mervyn Street (Western Australia)
Abstracted Muster
11 -27 October

Where: Adelaide Central School of Art, 7 Mulberry Road, Glenside


Sami Porter, Lamenta Gaia 1, 2017, porcelain, crystalline glaze, dimensions variable

Who: Sami Porter
in Flux
24 September 28 October
Where: Gallery 1855, 2 Haines Road Tea Tree Gully



Who: Makeda Duong, Nakate Kakembo (VIC), Oliver Kabbani, Shaye Duong, Ban She, Chiranjika Grasby, and William Hill. Curated by Chiranjika Grasby
4 – 28 October

Who: Carrie Radzevicius
Pussy Grabs Back
31 October – 27 November

Where: Urban Cow Studio, 10 Vaughan Place, Adelaide



Who: Nicole Monks, the Yolngu weavers of Elcho Island & Koskela
When: 29 September – 26 November
Who: Artists Mirndiyan Gununa art centre and Grace Lillian Lee
Melaa Thaldin – Standing in the Sea
When: 29 September – 26 November
Where: JamFactory, 19 Morphett Street Adelaide

Who: Jon Cattapan
What: The City Submerged No. 27
When: 4 – 29 October
Where: GAGPROJECTS, 39 Rundle Street, Kent Town



Who: Jo Headon, Sue Fuller, Madelain Elkin, Vicki Dickon TDC
Opens 7 October
Where: Red Poles Art Gallery, McMurtrie Rd, McLaren Vale



Who: Louise Byrne, Annabelle Collett, Cindy Durant, Robyn Finlay, Wayne Mcara, Deborah Prior, Patricia Rose, Sera Waters, Meg Wilson. Curated by Polly Dance
What: Craft Anonymous
Who: Curated by Helen Johnson with local Aboriginal artists from the Fleurieu Peninsula, Ngarrindjeri and Ramindjeri peoples and artists of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands of South Australia and the Central Desert.
Tjukurpa Stories Exhibition: TARNANTHI
When: 6-29 October
Where: Hahndorf Academy, 68 Main Street, Hahndorf



Julie Blyfield and Kirsten Coelho, Yelta, Porcelain,matt white,banded iron oxide,staturated iron glaze,bi metal copper & sterling silver, sterling silver, cable, wax

Who: Julie Blyfield and Kirsten Coelho
10 October4 November
Where: Gallery Funaki,
4 Crossley St, Melbourne




Who: Pepai Jangala Carroll
What: Ngayulu anu ngayuku mamaku ngurakutu. I went home to my father’s country
When: 21 September – 21 October
Who: Paul Sloan
What: If it keeps raining the leeve’s gonna break
When: 14 September – 21 October
Where: Hugo Michell Gallery, 260 Portrush Road, Beulah Park



Who: Jacqueline Bradley (ACT) Chantal Henley (QLD) Deborah Prior (SA) Alex Pye (NSW) Amanda Radomi (SA) Olivia White (SA) and Meg Wilson (SA).
What: I’m a Feminist But…
When: 31 August – 28 September
Where: Praxis Artspace, 68-72 Gibson Street, Bowden




Who: Elizabeth Hetzel, Simone Kennedy, Elizabeth Bevan
What: The Gigantic Interior
When: 7 October 29 November
Where: Adelaide Convention Centre
, Centre Art Beat




Who: Tony Lloyd, Stephen Haley, David Ralph, Darren Wardle & Camilla Tadich
What: Telaesthesia
When: 28 September – 14 October
Where: Hill Smith Gallery
, 113 Pirie Sreet, Adelaide



Who: Marion Burns
Adventures in Pigmented Ink
When: 2 – 20 October
Where: Hughes Gallery,
Fullarton Park Community Centre, 411 Fullarton Road



Who: Archie Moore
When:  15 October – 12 November
Where: Fontanelle,
173 St Vincent Street, Port Adelaide



Liz Williams. Sawa. (Japanese Child with Koala Cap). 2016 – 17 Photograph Grant Hancock


Who: Liz Williams
The Last Dance
When: 29 September – 21 October
Where: BMGArt, 444 South Road Marleston



What: Feltations
When: 25 September – 20 October
Where: Gallery One, 1 Torrens Street, Mitcham



Who: Christobel Kelly
Walking Backwards
Paloma Concierta
When: 23 September – 28 October
Where: Saubier House, 21 Wearing Street, Port Noarlunga



Who: Chris Chong Chan Fui (Malaysia); Donna Ong (Singapore); Geraldine Javier (Philippines); Ian Woo (Singapore); Kamin Lertchaiprasert (Thailand); Kawayan de Guia (Philippines); Maryanto (Indonesia); Miti Ruangkritya (Thailand); Shannon Lee Castleman (USA); Svay Sareth (Cambodia) and The Propeller Group (USA and Vietnam). Curated by Tan Siuli, Curatorial Co-Head, Singapore Art Museum
What: After Utopia: Revisiting the Ideal in Asian Contemporary Art
Who: Geoff Cobham
What: Already Elsewhere
When: Opens 21 September
Where: Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, Hawke Building, City West campus, University of South Australia, 55 North Terrace, Adelaide



Who: Ali Gumillya Baker, Brigid Noone, Jenna Pippett, Mary-Jean Richardson, Ewa Skoczynska, Mia van den Bos, Sera Waters
The Great Suffragist Dirigible
When: 4 August – 27 October
Where: Adelaide Town, Level 1, 128 King William Street



Who: Rita Hall, Ed Douglas, Karlien Van Rooyen, Connie Augoustinos, Christopher Boha, Thomas Yeend, Mathew Taylor, Lilly Buttrose
When: 6 October – 17 November
Where: Worth Gallery, Fisher Jeffries


Caroline Hammat, Lost and Found, 2017, still image, HD video, colour, 16:9, 4.17 mins. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Who: Heath Franco (NSW), Luke Pellen (Mount Gambier) and Caroline Hammat (Millicent)
When: 7 October – 5 November
Where: Main Corner Foyer projections after dark, Mount Gambier




Who: Dean Bowen, Rona Green, Bill Hay, Kyoko Imazu, Deborah Klein, John Ryrie, Heather Shimmen and Deborah Williams
What: Eight Victorian Printmakers
When: 1 – 30 September
Where: West Thebarton Gallery, 32 West Thebarton Road, Thebarton


Who: Liz Butler & Nadia Caon
Skin ‘n’ Bone
6-29 October
Where: Mrs Harris’ Shop
, 36 Jervois Street Torrensville



Who: Helen Dorsman, Kathryn Hill, Jann Makepeace, Sandra Tredwell & Elizabeth Yates
What: Raft
Who: The Red House Group
What: A Touch of Red

When: 29 September – 22 October
Where: Gallery M, Marion Cultural Centre, 287 Diagonal Road, Oaklands Park



Who: Bev Bills, Gem Congdon, Jackie Pearce, Charmian Quintrell, Lynne Radcliffe, Liz Steveson, Kaaren Temme, Yvonne Twining, Vikki Waller and Liz Yates
What: Colour Seasons
When: Opens 6 October
Where: Pepper Street Arts Centre, 558 Magill Road, Magill


Laura Moore, Act #1, pigment print face-mounted on acrylic in stereoscopic viewer, polished aluminium, stainless steel, glass lens, 8.5 x 18.5 x 12.5cm


Who: Ursula Halpin
What: Naire Orthu

Who: Laura Moore (NSW)
What: The Origin of the World

Georgia Banks (VIC)
What: Get Some

When: 22 September – 20 October
Where: Sister Gallery, 26 Sixth Street Bowden



Who: Emma Cater
When: 3-14 October
Where: The Mill, 154 Angas Street Adelaide



Who: Clancy Warner
Of Milk and Honey presented at Ferment the Festival
When: 19 – 22 October
Where: Rundle Park, Kadlitpina. Located on the corner of East Terrace and Rundle Street



Who: Adelaide College of the Arts (ACArts) Graduate Exhibition
When: Opens 7 December
Where: Light Square Gallery. Located on the corner of East Terrace and Rundle Street


Christine McCormack, Dead Garden, Ink, inktense pencil on Arches paper

Who: Christine McCormack
Being and Breath
When: 6 October – 11 November
Where: West Thebarton Gallery, 32 West Thebarton Rd, Thebarton.