What’s On & Opportunities
Neville Cichon, A Line Has Been Drawn, 2016, 28 x 24 cm. Photograph Neville Cichon.
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SALA: PechaKucha Night
8 August, 6-9:30pm
PechaKucha 20x20 is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. PechaKucha Nights are informal gatherings where creative people get together and share their ideas, works, thoughts – just about anything, really. We’ve invited a range of South Australian artists to present in the PechaKucha 20x20 format for a night of art inspired frivolity. The bar will be open.
Artists this year include:
Brad Darkson, Jonathan Kim, Elizabeth Close, Sonja Porcaro, Tamara Ballie, Brad Lay, Thom Buchanan and Daniel Withey
Nexus Arts, Lion Arts Centre
Adelaide Central School of Art: Open Day
18 August, 10 – 4pm
Learn more about our courses, programs and exhibitions. Talk to students, hear from staff, tour our facilities and visit the ambitious Other Homes and Gardens exhibition by Nicholas Folland at Adelaide Central Gallery.
Check out the full open day program on their website.
Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair
9-11 August 2019
The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) is unique in that it provides a genuine opportunity to purchase artwork directly from over seventy Indigenous owned community Art Centres, whilst being immersed in an exciting program of traditional dance, workshops, film, fashion and music!
Experience the rich diversity of these beautiful works that have been inspired by the country’s most remote desert and coastal regions, to rural and urban communities.
Craft Victoria: Annual Fundraising Dinner
7 September 2019
Craft Victoria is delighted to present their Annual Fundraising Dinner, Black Tie with a Touch of Craft.
Join them for a sumptuous banquet prepared by Sofitel Melbourne On Collins’ award-winning team of chefs, local wines and entertainment.
All proceeds support state-wide craft initiatives and Craft’s milestone 50th anniversary program of exhibitions and events in 2020.
Ideas and Images: Ed Douglas
September 18 – October 14
South Australian Film Corp: SBS & NITV Meet the Broadcasters Pitching Sessions and Networking Event
20 August 2019
Apply to pitch your project to SBS / NITV
Attend a special presentation on SBS commissioning policies
The Meet the Broadcaster event on Tuesday August 20 will provide practitioners with the opportunity to expand their understanding of SBS commissioning and make connections with the Executive Team.
July 4 – August 11
Featuring works from the Adelaide Festival Centre’s Works of Art collection
JamFactory: Kinder, Küche, Kirche
25 August 2019, 2-5pm
Join us for an afternoon of food and wine whilst enjoying demonstrations and talks by exhibiting artists.
Artist Talks by Kylie Waters and Ursula Halpin
Artist Demonstrations by Brigitte Jeanson (lace) and Joy Day (foilwork)
This is a FREE event.
JamFactory at Seppeltsfield
An interactive pop-up pop-in art space for children and young people. Come and contribute to an expanding colour installation. Presented by SALA’s education partner Credit Union SA.
South Australian Museum Lawn
West End Creative Precinct Artist Talk Series
Hear from some of South Australia’s most celebrated contemporary artists in this series of free artist talks held at ACE Open, JamFactory and Samstag Museum.
1:30pm: Hossein Valamanesh, ACE Open
2:30pm: Angela Valamanesh, JamFactory
3:30pm: Louise Haselton, Samstag Museum
Carclew: Write on the Money
Grants Information Session
20 August, 5:30-6pm
offers grant writing insights for individual artists applying for funding with either Carclew and/or Helpmann Academy. Learn how to summarise your project, respond to criteria, conquer your budget, and make a selection panel sit up in their chair and take notice.
Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute
Carclew: Money Talks
Carclew Grants Free Drop In
5 August, 3-6pm
Find out all you need to know about cash grants for artists, creatives and makers.
Carclew Grants Information Session
9 August, 3-6pm
offers handy tips and tricks when applying for individual Project and Development Grants through Carclew.
SALA: Governor’s Sculptural Garden
11-18 August, Sun 1-4pm
His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC is a big fan of the annual SALA Festival. In what is becoming a wonderful SALA tradition, the Governor of South Australia has invited a range of artists to exhibit their sculptures at the most prestigious address on North Terrace. Grab a hot drink from the coffee cart onsite and see the sculptures up close while enjoying the open garden.
Government House Garden
POSH Arts and Design Fair
6-8 December 2019
The POSH Arts and Design Fair pulls into Port Adelaide on December 6-8, and will transform the Hart’s Mill precinct into an inspiring arts hub for three days. The Fair will play host to 100+ Australian Artists, Designers and Makers plus panel discussions, workshops, live art and interactive art installations. Site applications for exhibitors open 21 June and Close 7 August.
Inconversation: Art and cultural practice for wellbeing
8 August 2019
Join Christie Anthoney and Professor James Pawelski for a discussion on how artists and practitioners can enhance community wellbeing. Explore how your engagement in culture and the things you create can have a lasting impact.
City Library, Studio 1
This panel discussion focuses on the value of art for those experiencing homelessness as well as a society trying to make sense of homelessness and features speakers who have used art as a tool to overcome homelessness as well as academics and service providers.
August 6, 7pm
Fly Bird Fly Studio
The OUR MOB exhibition alongside OUR YOUNG MOB is the culmination of artistic activities throughout the state that bring Aboriginal artists together in a unique and outstanding exhibition of Aboriginal art across a diverse range of media.
August 23 – October 3
QBE Galleries, Festival Theatre foyer, Adelaide Festival Centre
15 August, 2-9:30pm
Decolonising Methodologies in Creative Praxis
What does it mean to be outside the canon and what emerges in those spaces? This panel looks at the issues impacting intersections of race, gender and disability and approaches institutional decolonisation.
Panel features members of the Unbound Collective.
South Australian Arts Practice – perceptions and perspectives
What does the South Australian visual arts landscape look like from the outside? What is unique about our practices, our artspaces and communities? Industry insiders discuss their experiences of the SA arts environment.
Panel features Patrice Sharkey, Erin Davidson, Kaspar Schmidt Mumm and Cynthia Schwertsik
Where Art Meets Life: Assessing the Impact of Dark Mofo, a New Midwinter Festival in Australia
In the context of the South Australian Living Artists Festival, Adrian Franklin considers the success of another midwinter festival, its social, cultural and economic impact, and how well it integrates its local community into its programming. In order to understand activation in contemporary cities you need to understand why and how they were de-activated in the first place.
Presented by Adrian Franklin.
Nexus Arts, Lion Arts Centre
Open House: Tamworth Textile Triennial
Exhibiting at JamFactory Seppeltsfield
20 September – 24 November 2019,
Tamworth Textile Triennial, held every three years, showcases the best of textile art from across the country, attracting artist participation from all states in Australia. The third Tamworth Textile Triennial has been curated by Glenn Barkley using an Open House theme.
Open House: Tamworth Textile Triennial celebrates the open-ended, porous nature of textiles practice today. It introduces a group of artists who have not previously exhibited in the triennial.
Studio Potters SA: Art & Culture Strategy Consulation
1 August 2019,
The PAE is working on an ARTS and Culture Strategy for 2020 – 2025
We want to be sure that everyone with an interest in our arts and cultural future has an opportunity to contribute their ideas, so we are running a number of open consultation sessions across the City, all of which will be facilitated by Maz McGann of Play Your Part
Studio Potters Clubrooms
26 – 29 September 2019,
ROOMAN (my new show) tells the tale of a girl who meets a half-man-half-kangaroo in her dreams, and falls in love. Obsessed by becoming a part of his reality, she takes desperate measures. Like a Hi-Fi Paper Pop up Book or a low-tech hologram, the theatrical performance takes the audience on a journey inside worlds of animated universes as they unfold upon a giant 3-dimensional paper set. ROOMAN premiered at ARTS HOUSE in Melbourne before going on to tour in Slovenia, The Netherlands and New Zealand.
Vital Statistix, Port Adelaide
We’d like to invite members to share their interest in potential future projects. The Medicinal Botanicals Project brings together artists with botanist and pharmacologists to celebrate the important connection between people, plants, science and culture. Throughout 2019 – 2020 diverse partners will come together to produce and exhibit artwork, present symposia and host discussions in a variety of settings.
Opening of the Craft Cubed Festival
1 August 2019, 6-8pm
The Craft Cubed Festival, our month-long, state-wide celebration of making, community and creative experimentation returns with a program of events, exhibitions and happenings from across the Victorian maker landscape.
Craft Victoria, Melbourne
CEDA: Sustainable Indigenous Employment
12 August 2019
Join CEDA as theyr continue discussion beyond NAIDOC week, as they hear a series of case studies examining best practice and what does and doesn’t work in boosting sustained employment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within organisations.
Adelaide Convention Centre
Other Homes and Gardens Nicholas Folland
30 July – 30 August 2019
In this hugely ambitious new exhibition, South Australian art superstar Nicholas Folland imagines a world in which cosy notions of domestic security are thrillingly destabilised. Combining installation with kinetic sculpture, Other Homes and Gardens inverts the idea of the Anthropocene, depicting humankind at the mercy of dangerous and implacable natural forces. Simultaneously uncanny and darkly humorous, this never before seen exhibition is not to be missed!
Central Gallery, Adelaide Central School of Art
9 August – 12 September
Opening: 9 August – 20 September
Paused and Painted
1 – 31 August 2019
Artist Bernadette Freeman invites you to take time out of your busy day to pause and reflect on some of South Australia’s beautiful locations.
Flinders University, 182 Victoria Square
Student Exhibition: Adelaide College of the Arts
25 July – 24 August 2019
For the 9th year, Hill Smith Gallery in partnership with TAFE SA’s Adelaide College of the Arts present an exciting selection of works from final year students in the Bachelor of Creative Arts including Honours (Visual Arts) co-delivered with Flinders University.
This exhibition will showcase the strength and diversity of artists emerging from the College including drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, jewellery and photography.
Hill Smith Gallery
Sean Prentis and Sarra Tzijan are having an exhibition of black and white drawings and sculpture at Ayers House Museum for the SALA Festival. The work represents strange forces of nature which have infiltrated Ayers House. The opening night is on Thursday the 1st of August at 6pm. We are also hosting free workshops and an artist talk throughout the month of August. All details are included in the attached flyer for the show.
Ayers House Museum, North Terrace
27 July – 31 August 2019
Moorooroo Park Vineyards,Tanunda
Revealing a Narrative
2 August – 25 August 2019
Opening: 15 August 2019
Idolatrous Centralis is the exploration of emotive responses towards creative individuals who inevitably push boundaries within a personal environmental context. Whether these creative individuals are musicians, designers, artists or poets, there is a common thread of energy, which can transform thinking and open up a dialogue of intrigue, mystery and radical interpretation of a lived environment. The artists will interpret whimsical corners of these worlds in the production of artworks to showcase for this exhibition.
2 August – 27 September, 2019
An exhibition of works by the late South Australian artist Sandra Elms that underscores the transportive possibilities of the photograph.
In the first major gallery presentation of the work of Sandra Elms — an artist and graphic designer with a practice spanning three decades — Closer presents as a meditation on the pleasure found in careful observation, and in returning to a quiet and familiar moment in time.
JamFactory’s Icon series is an annual solo exhibition celebrating the achievements of South Australia’s most influential artists working in craft-based media. Valamanesh’s artwork elicit intrigue and a strong sense of personal investigation, as she manipulates seemingly familiar botanical and parasitic forms in beguiling and unusual ways.
Image: Angela Valamanesh, The Story of the Eye, part 2, no 2 2018. Photo: courtesy the artist.
Hossein Valamanesh, textile design detail for Enter, 2019, featuring the word ‘eshgh’ (Farsi for love). Courtesy the artist and GAGPROJECTS.
As one of South Australia’s most respected visual artists, Hossein Valamanesh’s In Love celebrates the artist’s renowned enigmatic practice, and expands upon his preoccupation with ideas of love, existence and the nature of being.
8 August – 28 September
June 4 – August
Tara Rowhani-Farid, Bussy Boy, 2018
Steven Bellosguardo, Maxwell Callaghan, Nicholas Elliott, Thomas Folber, Joel Gailer, Anna Gore, Sam Howie, Jonathan Kim, Nerissa Kyle, Eric Loeschmann, Monika Morgenstern, Loren Orsillo, Tara Rowhani-Farid and Joshua Searson.
25 July – 25 August 2019
West Gallery, Thebarton
This is a contemporary exhibition that explores, expresses, and acknowledges Aboriginal veterans service in the Vietnam War – before, during and after.
24 April – 14 August 2019
Alice Whish, Crossing the Shoreline, 2018.
Jane Bowden, Liv Boyle, Michelle Cangiano, Jess Dare, Anna Davern, Nicky Hepburn, Kath Inglis, Pennie Jagiello, Sim Luttin, Vicki Mason, Belinda Newick, Lauren Simeoni, Lucy Simpson, Manon van Kouswijk, Alice Whish, Melinda Young
3 August – 29 September 2019,
Collect: From Left Field
26 July – 25 August
The Production Managers from JamFactory’s Glass, Jewellery and Metal, Ceramics, and Furniture Studios are accomplished artists and designers in their own right. This exhibition showcases their personal work and the collaborative opportunities that result from working in a creative hub. Featuring Andrew Carvolth (Furniture), Liam Fleming (Glass), David Pedler (Ceramics) and Alice Potter (Jewellery and Metal).
Peter Congdon, Sharyn Louise Ingham, Cathy Milne & John Neylon
Gallery Opening Hours are Wed – Sat 11am – 4pm
or by appointment
Lana Adams, Narges Anvar, Bridget Fahey, Steph Fuller, Arlon Hall, Claire Ishino, Kirsty Martinsen, Ban She
1 August – 29 September
9 August – 12 September 2019,
The Scene is the seen
Opening: Thursday 27th August, 6-9pm
Ekphrasis workshop: Saturday 31st August, 1:30-2:30pm
No Wave poetry night: Thursday 12th September, 6-7pm
Performance night: Saturday 21st September, 6-9pm
This exhibition, performance and critical writing event of emerging and mid-career South Australian practitioners explores the potent relationship between text and art. Responding to a curated selection of writing from notable artists and theorists, each artist will conceive an ambitious work that transforms meaning and translation whilst echoing the principles of the original text. Each piece of writing touches on themes of ongoing critical and artistic concern – melancholia, displacement, identity, culture and language. For this exhibition artists will be challenged to experiment with the very process of art making whilst considering the creative potential of language.
The performance night will include a succession of performances amongst the exhibited works. A series of curated public programs will further explore the themes of the exhibition including a poetry night lead by No Wave collective and an Ekphrasis workshop delivered in partnership with Writers SA and SALA.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a full colour catalogue and essay from co-curator Rayleen Forester and poetry from Unbound Collective.
Holy Roller Studios
Pins and Needles
Opening: 2 August, 6pm
Showcase of brooches and pins by South Australian artists.
Tat Tvam Asi (I am you and you are me)
1 – 31 August
Malcolm Reid Building
SALA and Centre for Creative Health Artist in Residence Exhibition
1 – 31 August 2019
Guided by her conversations and cherished interaction with patients and families living with dementia during her Centre for Creative Health and SALA artist residency at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, Lee Walter has created a body of work representing the essence of the time she has spent with each individual.
Royal Adelaide Hospital Level 3 Centre for Creative Health
Adina Apartment Hotel, 2 Flinders Street
8 August – 15 September 2019
James Dodd has a practice that meanders across a range of different outcomes. He has a curiosity for machines, tinkering, backyard adaptation and the way in which these things might be incorporated into a visual arts practice. This exhibition includes a selection of recent paintings created as part of Dodd’s Painting Mill project alongside a number of contraptions that are part sculpture, part tool and part performance prop.
Opening: 5 August, 5:30 – 7:30pm
A collaboration between 2019 Emerging Curators, Chiranjika (ChiChi) Grasby, Christina Massolino and Jack McBride presented as part of the SALA Festival and the City of Adelaide Emerging Curator Program.
Intrinsic seeks to explore ideas of connection to place, land and home. The artists exhibiting are from various cultural backgrounds including Australian Aboriginal and new migrant heritage. Connections as well as differences are created and comparatively curated in reference to feelings of belonging and place, with a focus on artistic process and the importance of expressing and conversing through this important dialogue.
Adelaide Town Hall
Dictatorship of Gravity (and other micro-politics)
Opening: 8 August, 5:30 – 7:30pm
Emerging South Australian artists Felicity Townsend and Loren Orsillo began their Artist in Residence roles at Carclew at the beginning of 2019. This opportunity has enabled the two young artists to develop and explore their practices, as well as the freedom and space to create new bodies of work.
Exploring both compliance and rebellion against rules, conventions and forces that construct our reality, both artists employ installation to push boundaries both real and imagined. From the fundamental interconnectedness of sub-atomic forces through to mundane specimens of material culture, this exhibition examines the micro-conditions that collectively govern our lived realities.
Carclew Foyer Gallery & Ballroom
Was ist los Hahndorf
8 August – 6 October 2019
“There is no new history only new historians” Rachel Harris is a new historian and for SALA 2019 she has turned her disruptive eye on Hahndorf.
Super Natural Geologies
Amy Joy Watson
1 August – 24 August 2019
Hugo Michell Gallery
West Gallery Thebarton’s 2019 SALA exhibition features a group of exciting and emerging artists including Steve Bellosguardo, Max Callaghan, Nicholas Elliott, Thomas Folber, Joel Gailer, Anna Gore, Sam Howie, Jonathan Kim, Nerissa Kyle, Eric Loeschmann, Monika Morgenstern, Loren Orsillo, Tara Rowhani-Farid and Joshua Searson. An exhibition of exciting and emerging artists, who discuss some of the pressing issues facing young contemporary artists today.
West Thebarton Gallery
2019 SALA Feauture Artist: Louise Haselton
Like Cures Like
Opening: 1 August, 5-7pm
Steven Bellosguardo, Myspace, 2018. Image courtesy of the artist.
August 9 – September 14
5 July – 28 July
Mrs Harris Shop
Connie Augoustinos, untitled vessels, 2019.
26 July – 22 September 2019
Daniel Connell, Mor and Mornee (charcoal on wall) and Aunty, Gawaddi Village, Punjab, 2014.
July 19 – August 7 2019,
The Inland Sea: Kate Kurucz
An exhibition of oil paintings on copper exploring the fraught legacy and strange romance of doomed expeditions. What is sought? What is taken? What is lost?
Hunger of the Void: Ray Harris
Hunger of the Void uses performative video, installation and diorama to explore internal narratives and psychological spaces of distress, escape, engulfment and surrender.
Opening: 22 August, 6-8pm
Currie Street, Adelaide
New Sculptural Works
Opeing: 31 July, 6-8pm
Portraiture is the focus of my practice and I’m interested in examining the roles and expectations of women through self-portraiture. This body of work presents a departure from traditional tonal realism, and an exploration of the psyche through sculptural form. In a hyper self-conscious culture, individualistic preoccupations can become disempowering obstacles to agency in the world.
Substance That Promotes Healing
Laura Wills and Elizabeth Close
Opeing: 31 July, 5:30-6:30pm
Promenade Gallery A & B, Flinders Medical Centre
Borderline: Sampling the Edge
9 August – 1 September
Exploring the edges of textile practice in South Australia: the experimental, conceptual, and playful alongside masterful, carefully honed, traditional techniques.
Building 20, Fabrik, 1 Lobethal Rd, Lobethal
9 August – 1 September
Swatch: a small sample that demonstrates the look of a larger piece.
Knowing that good things come in small packages, the artists in this exhibition have responded to the challenge to represent their practice on a small scale, with all works no larger than 9″ x 9″.
Building 20, Fabrik, 1 Lobethal Rd, Lobethal
Opening: 8 August, 6pm
“My works are mostly ceramics along with two surfboards done in collaboration with professional surfboard maker Peter Walker. Collaboration plays an important part in my work and I make particular mention of master-potter Mark Heidenreich (collaboration in the pair of Chintz vases) and sculptor Andrew Stock. Scale ranges from modest to magnified, from seriously elaborate to designs off-set by touches of surreal whimsy.”
David Roche Foundation
Conversations with Friends…..
5-30 August 2019
Conversations with Friends presents the work of 24 artists responding to the work and friendship of two significant Australian artists Margaret Preston and Gladys Reynell.
Light Square Gallery
Through the Stars Gavin Wanganeen
25 July – 24 August 2019
Hill Smith Gallery presents Through the Stars, an exhibition by contemporary indigenous artist Gavin Wanganeen, as part of this year’s SALA (South Australian Living Artists) Festival.
Hill Smith Gallery
20 July – 8 September 2019
“Water is life and is a connection between all of us, no matter what place we come from… Find the Stream Within is our way of saying find your inner peace. Through our artworks, each of us expresses how we find peace within ourselves, within our culture and our country, within connectedness with each other and with the world around us.”
Opening: 4 August, 2-5pm
7 August – 14 September, 2019
Curated by Ellen Schlobohm, this SALA Festival exhibition features artworks by 26 artists from Tutti Arts whose uncompromising use of colour and fearless style achieve outcomes that are truly vivid.
Margaret Ambridge, Installation view of ‘Meriani’ with pillow portrait, 2019. Photographed by Mark Fitz-Gerald
19 July – 16 August
August: 11, 31 2019
Cheryl will showcase thought provoking fine art embroideries, her unique visual language is laced with dreams, feelings and passion. Cheryl will be present to demonstrate at each day of exhibition, with her sketchbooks on show.
Beltana House Gallery Address 2: 364 Carrington St Suburb: Adelaide 5000
Joseph Matthews, Wild Dog Hill, 2019.
Helen Burt, Geraldine Gillen, Michal Hughes, Deborah Hughes, Karl James, Eileen Jones, Terissa Sheperd, Jane Skeer, May Walker-Jeffreys, Olivia White
8 – 29 August 2019
Old Civic Library, Whyalla
Sam Gold, Obsidian. 2108.
9 August – 1 September, 2019
Floating Goose Studios
Yoko Lowe, Life as Lines III, 2018, egg tempera on plywood panel. Photograph James Field. Image courtesy the artist.
1 – 31 August
City of Mitcham Foyer Art Gallery
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Workshops & Training
Up Your Insta Game: For Artists + Crafts Peeps
Join Ilona G @ottimade+
Once a week for 6 weeks
Starting 13 August
If you are interested please contact:
Grants to cover the course may be applicable for regional applicants but are time senstitive, so please dont delay.
The Barossa Regional Gallery
4th Biennial RSASA/SALA Portrait Prize Exhibition: Portrait Demonstrations
30 July – 20 August
Royal South Australian Society of Arts Inc
Pepper St Arts Centre: Watercolour Classes
Fridays 10:15 am – 1:15pm
26 July – 13 September 2019
Suitable for all levels including beginners, Lorraine seeks to inspire all levels of painters to create exciting, colourful watercolours.
Techniques, colour theory and composition will be covered, along with plenty of demonstrations including creating paintings with minimal or no drawing. Suggested materials list available. 8 week terms.
Pepper Street Arts Centre
Learn to sew a sustainable living kit
In this workshop you can build on sewing basics and make a number of projects to create your own sustainable living kit. Cindy from Wonder What You Were will help you sew the perfect kit to hold all your reusable products to carry with you everywhere. Learn to sew a reusable and washable cutlery wrap, drawstring bag, produce bags, tote bag and more.
Open Studio: Painting with Deidre But-Husaim
Over this two-day nature inspired workshop, you will be guilded through open-ended creative exercises, play with a variety of materials and learn how to paint.
Thursday 6.00pm – 9.30pm
18 Jul – 31 Oct | 14 weeks
No classes held Thu 12 – 19 Sep
‘The Body Caught – drawing the body in motion’ masterclass with Chris Orchard
This intensive masterclass is constructed around the body in motion vs. stillness. A model will ‘choreograph’ movememnt for participants to capture in drawings – sometimes as fleeting as the moment, at other times held in suspension for longer periods
August 3 and 4
Individual Workshop: Experience an intensive one-on-one session in the glass studio…practice glass blowing techniques taught by experienced practitioners in a professional environment. Participants then design and make their own glass piece whilst developing skills in gathering, forming and design.
Session Times: Saturday or Sunday 8am – 12pm or 12.30pm – 4.30pm
Group Workshop: Live glass blowing demonstrations and tuition, where everybody will be dipping into the furnace with a chance to make their very own paperweight or drinking glass. This program is perfect for social, corporate and school groups.
Session Times: Negotiable
Time & Date: Duration: 4 hours
Cost: Individual Workshop $520 | $480 concession Team Workshop $3200 (max 16 people)
To book contact Karen Cunningham on (08) 8410 0727 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Adelaide Central School of Art: Term 4 Short Courses
Enrol now and save 10% on our exciting range of studio-based short courses in drawing, painting and sculpture.
All our courses are taught by professional artists, many of whom also lecture within our degree program. Small class sizes ensure you will receive individual, expert attention.
Enrol early to avoid disappointment – places fill up fast! Courses commence Saturday 21 September.
with Anna Platten
Anna Platten’s Studio:
6 September, 6 – 7:30pm
Adelaide Central School of Art
17 – 19 September, 10am – 4pm
Stories Inside is a rare opportunity to work with Anna Platten, one of South Australia’s most revered contemporary artists.
This masterclass, held over three days at our award-winning campus, is ideal for emerging and established artists looking to explore realist, narrative painting and drawing. The class will cover many aspects of tonal representational practice, from the use of initial compositional studies and the collection of source material, through to the diverse use of media in the resolution of a finished work.
Masterclass participants are invited to a special preview event at Anna’s studio. This informal, evening get-together will allow people to experience Anna’s working environment and hear about her studio practice.
Enrol by phone (08) 8299 7300 or online by Monday 19 August. A $100 deposit will secure your enrolment with full payment required by Monday 26 August. Maximum of 15 places available.
City of Adelaide: Visual Arts Industry Workshop focusing on wellbeing
6 August, 9am – 12pm
Join the Art Gallery of South Australia and Professor James Pawelski to explore the contribution visual arts makes to community wellbeing. Be a part of the discussions shaping the future of Adelaide’s wellbeing through visual arts. Professor Pawelski is a global thought-leader in positive psychology and culture.
The event will include a workshop led by Professor Pawelski followed by an overview and tour of the Art Gallery of South Australia led by Rhana Devenport, Director.
This event is part of Professor Pawelski’s research visit into the wellbeing benefits of culture with the City of Adelaide.
Art Gallery of South Australia, ground floor function room
Marble Carving Symposium in the Vineyards
Sue Garrard is a South Australian based artist working in the areas of jewellery, print-making and installation. Much of her arts practice focuses on the use of recycled and reclaimed materials.
Sue will soon be teaching workshops in jewellery making from recycled and reclaimed materials at her studio at the JamFactory Seppeltsfield.
Claire Brooks Jewellery Classes
Artist and jeweller Claire Brooks invites you to learn how to create jewellery in her brand new studio and retail space. Based in Glenelg, Claire’s jewellery classes are designed to suit all skills, from beginners to more experienced creatives, in a social and nurturing environment.
Drawing The Body in Motion
with Chris Orchard
3 – 4 August, 10am – 4pm
This two-day intensive with renowned artist and educator, Chris Orchard, centres around capturing the body in motion vs stillness. Using live models and ‘choreographed’ movements, participants will develop techniques for drawing actions as fleeting as a second, or held in suspension.
Chris say, “Expect to make a lot of drawings and engage in discussion throughout the masterclass.”
The Mill’s 2018 masterclass with Chris was one of our most successful programs ever, and this year’s is selling fast. Register today to secure your spot.
See more, including the materials list, here.
The Breakout at The Mill, 154 Angas Street, Adeliade, SA
Pitching inconversation, Publis Speaking and Training Workshop
15 August, 9:30am – 2:30pm
Pitching and public speaking can be a cause of concern and we’ve all been in that boat.
How do you know that you are coming across authentically, naturally and in the best light?
Well you might think that there is much to presenting well… and there is but if you understand who to focus on, how to get agreement, and how to change your language you can achieve amazing results. This could be for purposes of conversation and networking, public speaking and presenting, training and teaching.
Woodville Town Hall
Needle felting for repair
Bring your clothes and textiles along to our lunchtime repair session. We can show you the best way to repair your favourite item.
PART ONE – Gets you up to speed with the way your camera works and it’s main controls
PART TWO – Starts you off using the full control of your camera for specific creative results
PART THREE – Gives you an insight into storytelling and light and how to create meaning in your photos
Introductory Stamp Making Workshop with Joanne Mildenhall
Learn everything you need to know to create fantastic artworks with simple materials at home and will be encouraged to explore your own ideas to create simple yet beautiful prints.
Saturdays 10 – 31 August 2019, 10am to 4.00pm.
Studio Space + Equipment
Tim Shaw is investigating the feasibility of setting up an art, craft and design centre in the Adelaide Hills. It would be centrally located in a popular tourist destination, and would incorporate a retail/gallery area and individual studio spaces. It would be open to the public and offer the opportunity for direct sales and exhibiting of work. He would be offering a variety of studio sizes suitable for artists, creatives, designers and craft practitioners. The centre would also include a dedicated teaching space that would be available for hire to studio tenants.
To submit an expression of interest contact Tim Shaw: email@example.com
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