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.
Abuoio Wiew was one such journo who used her skills in photography to snap a stack of awesome shots of what’s to come at the long weekend World of Music, Arts and Dance festival.
The music at WOMADelaide is a chance to experience and learn about a myriad of different cultures, find out about or support local artists and hear music that you may never get to listen to again.
inishing with international classic such as Hallelujah and James Brown’s I Feel Good; the only thing that remains consistent throughout the show is the pride, and jubilant smiles on all choir members faces. This show is for them first and foremost, and a special gift for the lucky spectators witnessing something very unique.
The Bands on Track initiative is the result of an ongoing collaboration between Music SA and the Superloop Adelaide 500 and now Music on Track takes the opportunities even further for our local artists.
As well as presenting a new body of work as a part of his solo exhibition Lollipop Land, Dave is co-curating several visual artists creating installations as a part of Utopia at RCC, co-designing NEON, and painting and creating artwork for several installations across Adelaide Fringe.
The 20th anniversary of the popular Unley Gourmet Gala street party will officially launch the newly upgraded King William Road precinct this Wednesday.
Within Adelaide’s newest revamped premier shopping and dining destination, Tourrific will extend from the recently opened new Council and community building, Payinthi, past the Palace Nova cinema complex to Meze Mazi.
Carclew’s Residency Program provides talented young arts practitioners with the opportunity to reside in a space for 12 months as they develop their artform, gain industry support and expand their professional networks.
Project and Development grants support the realisation of creative projects, skills development and career progression. This round will see $98,772.82 offered to filmmakers, visual artists, theatre companies and a regional media organisation.