Written and directed by Adelaide’s own Sia, Music is a cinematic ode to the star’s musical talents.
Pep’s vision for change in the dance scene is admirable and he has high hopes to one day have the program nationally accredited, to continue to bridge the gap between Deaf, hard of hearing and hearing communities.
Among Us is social deduction game released in June 2018 for PC and mobile, developed by InnerSloth, which has recently taken a gigantic escalation in popularity since the beginning of September. It is a game about betrayal, lies, and deceit, as you and your friends try to find the impostor among us.
If you have a job you’re studying, there’s a good chance you have some kind of office or room that you would work in during the day. It is very common for most workspaces to become extremely unorganised and it only gets worse as everything piles up. That’s why it is a great idea to freshen up your workspace and the following tips are going to give you some pointers as to how.
With a myriad of influences and youth on their side, Brisbane-based Indie-rockers Sunflower pull us into a dreamy world of good vibes and optimism as they continue to make their impact on the music scene.
After 20 years of performing, Adelaide’s very own Supernova are back at it with- “More! 20 years of Supernova”; this time at The Gov.
The Umbrella Festival (previously set to open on 17th July) will be rescheduled to Friday 18 September – Sunday 4 October 2020, with the launch date and release of the Printed Program to be Wednesday 22 July, published by our partner Scenestr.
Homelessness is a far more complicated issue than ‘poverty’ and the associated range of causes need to be understood before they can each be addressed. It may not be achievable to structure a society so that there is no homelessness, but rather a realistic goal might be to ensure that there are plenty of ways out of homelessness.
During the Media Call we spoke to several international WOMAD artists, that included B. Dance, Orquestra Akokan, and Brian Goldsmith. We also had a chance to take some photos of the artists.
As a non-profit organisation, WOMADelaide’s continued growth depends on philanthropy to support the success, diversity and creativity excellence of the festival.
Once such supporter is Simon Hackett who spoke with aspiring journalist Bert Rich about the place WOMADelaide has within Adelaide’s culture.