Like many young adults who are in their final year at uni, Chelsey wasn’t sure on her feet. She’d spent years studying, but didn’t really understand what was out in the market in terms of work. She, like many others in her position, when asked what she’d like to learn, put down ‘networking’ as a skill.
The three powerhouse entertainers are a representation of the diverse nature within Adelaide Fringe and highlight that the event has something for everyone.
Honey Pot is recognised as a valued platform connecting artists and their projects with a broad range of national and international industry decision makers.
Through the work of a dedicated group comprising local neurodiverse and neurotypical people, Let’s Be Friends will create a series of children’s books, the first being ‘Hello to Me’, in addition to a documentary, classroom resources and a giant Jenga set that children can decorate and play.
We all love going to the Royal Adelaide Show, but sometimes it can put a little pressure on the old hip pocket.
The Royal Adelaide Show will run from August 30 to September 8 and is jam packed with things to do, see, eat, drink, experience and enjoy.
The much-loved festival also generated a record $95.1 million in gross economic expenditure for South Australia, including $36.6 million in visitor spending – up 24 per cent.
The striking poster design has been created by Adelaide-based multi-disciplinary artist Dave Court, who recently completed Adelaide’s largest street art mural in collaboration with Music SA.
Vinyl Squeeze opened its doors eighteen months ago and has established itself as one of Adelaide’s best record shops. Last week it launched its website which means that they’ve now got another 800,000 items for record enthusiasts to browse through and buy!
Maree Holmes was there to capture some of the musical action featuring Thirsty Merc, Neon Tetra and Abbey Howlett.