Reconciliation Week Breakfast date and speakers announced

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Reconciliation South Australia has today announced that the state’s flagship National Reconciliation Week event, the National Reconciliation Week Breakfast, will be on Monday 27 May 2024 at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Kaurna Yerta. With 2023’s event selling out in record time for 2,000 people, the organisation has increased the capacity again to meet the […]

Science series Be Curious premieres March 3

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New local series to get SA curious about science  Premiering 3 March 2024 on Channel 44 and CTV+, Be Curious is a new three-episode series that will break down barriers between scientists and the public and inspire the next generation of South Australian scientists and innovators. Hosted by science communicator and first-time TV presenter Alison […]

Tickets now on sale for Adelaide Fringe 2024

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Bursting at the seams with more than 1,300 shows, next year’s Adelaide Fringe is going to be a kaleidoscope of the talented, the wonderful, and the outright whimsical, set to transform Adelaide into a utopia of discovery and culture across February and March. The Adelaide Fringe brings together comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret, visual art, music, […]

Delegate regos open for Adelaide Fringe arts marketplace

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Industry delegate registrations are open now If you’re programming or producing any kind of arts event or show, then the talent you’re looking for is at Honey Pot! Honey Pot is the international arts marketplace that runs alongside Australia’s largest arts festival, Adelaide Fringe, each year. It provides services, events and a platform for artists […]

Register now for First Nations screen workshops in November

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The South Australian Film Corporation is running two great workshops for First Nations screen creatives in November. Aspiring and experienced practitioners are encouraged to register to learn more about the pathways to a career in the South Australian screen industry. Building Connections to Boost Your Career The First Nations Building Connections to Boost Your Career workshop is […]

Adelaide Fringe goes All In on 2024 poster art

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Rebecca Davis’ work, entitled All In, has been chosen from 450 submissions to be the 2024 Adelaide Fringe poster art. The theme for the 2024 poster was Arts Unlimited and Rebecca’s design reflects the energy, passion and talents of the many artists who descend on Adelaide in Fringe time, through illustrations of charming characters as part […]

Adelaide arts icon’s fortieth anniversary celebrated in new documentary

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Pictured: Alan Young AM, ACSA Chair; Andrea Michaels MP, Minister for Arts; Penny Griggs, ACSA CEO; Lauren Hillman, C44 General Manager Premiering Sunday 1 October at 8pm on Channel 44 and CTV+, The Alternative Art School: 40 Years of Adelaide Central School of Art tells the story of an iconic Adelaide arts institution on its […]

Packed Feast Festival program launched

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From 1 to 19 November, the 2023 Feast Festival program presents over 80 events including an all-out, star-studded pop festival, all the way through to a panel of experts discussing the ‘wonderful world of the penis in nature’.   “We have over 500 artists from the community, who will present 80 events across cabaret, visual arts, […]

Register your Adelaide Fringe show by October 18!

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Be part of the biggest arts festival in Australia. Register by 18 October 2023 to ensure your show is included in the iconic Adelaide Fringe program guide! From 16 February to 17 March, South Australia will be transformed into a magical world showcasing a range of artists and shows from around the world. Key Dates […]

Register your venue for the 2024 Adelaide Fringe!

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From 16 February to 17 March 2024, established and emerging artists from Adelaide and around the world will descend upon Australia’s biggest arts festival, the Adelaide Fringe, and they all need somewhere to do their shows! More than 500 venues across Adelaide were registered in 2023, welcoming over 6,000 artists from every discipline imaginable. Being […]