If you’re heading to the pageant this year and you’re in need of inclusive and accessible options, SA Water, Adelaide Oval, Events SA and National Pharmacies Christmas Pageant have got you covered.
Greenbucks – the Challenge of Sustainable Development (1992) is one of the first major films on Climate Change, airing 15 years before Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth. Now, on the eve of this groundbreaking film’s 30 year anniversary, the event Greenbucks – No Time to Lose, follows a screening of the film with a panel discussion about the opportunities we’ve missed for action in the last three decades, and those opportunities we must take to maintain a liveable future for our world.
With inspiration taken from their respective residences during the Autumn of 2021, The Scattering of Leaves captures the essence of Carrick Hill in an audio-visual experience that traces the evolving patterns and washes of light and sound.
A new major festival is heading to the Barossa, complete with exclusive music, art, food, and wine experiences in five spectacular locations.
Dream Boat is inviting party people and seafarers on board the Popeye for a series of music cruises as part of Nature Festival 2021.
This year we thought we’d put together a gift guide that explores alternate sides to masculinity and not just utility vehicles, sports cars and golf clubs.
Using movement and sound in a unique visual artwork for SALA Festival, Sam Burke is set to debut her work as an awards finalist.
Kate Lewis is excited to be debuting her collection at the showcase this Friday night as part of the partnership program, which also includes relaxing folk music from Bysea (Simon Basey) as well as sweet, garage blues by The Dead Regulars.
We’ve all heard of recycling. It’s a topic most of us learned when we were kids and something just as many, if not more, have already grown to take part in, whether it be to try and help the planet survive or to make a bit of profit from their used bottles and cans.
Refractions delves into the diverse range of creativity and artwork produced by Carclew’s eight resident artists and curator, transforming Carclew’s foyer and ballroom into a kaleidoscope of artistic refractions.