After seven years with the Australian String Quartet (ASQ), this will be the final year for its much-loved cellist Sharon Grigoryan, who become one of Australia’s most highly- regarded cellists, and a cherished member of the ASQ family.
Despite Georgia, USA’s, 136,000 confirmed Covid-19 cases, country musician Jared Ryan has overcome solitary lockdown by collaborating with Adelaide songwriter and Round Records owner Terry Bradford to release a brand-new album Fishing In A Bucket.
With its bright and breezy songcraft, Lime Cordiale’s 14 Steps to a Better You is an album that sounds like the outdoors during summertime; and yet it arrives in the middle of winter when many of us are locked down. It, therefore, just might be the pick-me-up that we need right now.
Periods. Every woman experiences them usually from around 12 years old up until their 50s. A natural part of being a woman; you would think tampons, pads and menstrual cups would be seen as an essential item; accessible to every woman. Yet, these sanitary items are so often not accessible to women across South Australia and beyond.
The Whitlams’ Gaffage and Clink 2020 tour has been rescheduled to 2021, including two shows at The Gov.
If you have strolled down bustling Rundle Mall in the past two years, there’s no doubt you would have come across That Coffee Guy. Identified by his bright red Piaggio Apé, warm and neighbourly attitude, and heavenly coffee, Yiannis Stamos served everything from cappuccinos to cupcakes from his beloved coffee cart to the community of Rundle Mall for 18 months. But in December 2019, Rundle Mall’s favourite barista packed up his coffee cart one last time for a bit of a sea change, literally.
Adelaide arts icon, Andrew Petrusevics, has curated a brand-new exhibition at Adelaide’s newest artist-run gallery, Southwest Contemporary.
The Music SA board has pleasure in announcing its new General Manager, with the role going to musician, skilled administrator, IT professional and vocational trainer Kim Roberts.
State Theatre Company and ActNow Theatre have teamed up to present a series of isolation-inspired stories with over 30 of South Australia’s finest established and emerging artists.
In an Australian-first, girls as young as four will have the opportunity to feel empowered to participate in STEM activities in Australian classrooms, through an emphasis on play-based learning.