With a stellar opener by Anna Jay, an Adelaide singer who delivered clean, angelic vocals and honest songs about the ups and downs of life and mental health battles, the evening was already promising a top notch musical exhibition.
Bowerbird, Adelaide’s leading design event returns to the Adelaide Showgrounds just in time for Mother’s Day, presenting some of Australia’s most exciting designers and brands from 7 – 9 May.
Seaton High School, one of the few entrepreneurial schools in Adelaide have been gifted the opportunity to create programs for students that have an impact on their futures.
Studiosity research revealed one in three university students considered dropping out of their degree last year.
Menguita’s ambition and dedication to his art is visible in every one of his creations, and many of his peers and teachers cannot wait to see his work progress in the future.
Held between February 19th and March 21st 2021, the Adelaide Fringe is usually the second largest arts festival in the world, but this year’s ticket sales exceeded expectations in the wake of a global pandemic.
Road crashes have been lighting up local South Australian news outlets over the past few weeks, while teens celebrate their new independence with their Provisional Licence (P plates).
The therapeutic benefits of keeping a diary are many. Sparking creativity for twenty minutes per day could result in making you happier, reduces stress, throw away negative thoughts, and empower you.
Less than a week after the Fringe Festival closed, local Adelaide creative workspace The Mill has embraced new creators and their inspirational collaborative exhibition titled, The Painter and Performance Artist.
The life-threatening floods have come a year after Australia’s dangerous bushfires, the correlation of these two crises came after the extreme climate change.