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Live@BBBfm Barossa October performance by Sarah-Jo Bramfit with Tyler Venter and David Goodwin. Photo: Ekkia Evans.

The Barossa is more than just wine

An in-depth look at two volunteer organisations in the Barossa region that are elevating their local arts community.

Uplands. Aboriginal man wearing hat and sitting on ground in an art centre with painting around him

UPLANDS revolutionises how we engage with Aboriginal Art Centres

UPLANDS is a new digital portal that allows you to visit Aboriginal art centres, virtually, and sit and listen to…

Daniel Stoll, Florian Willeitner, Sander Stuart, Leonard Disselhorst, Vision String Quartet. Photo: Harald Hoffmann

A string quartet playing classical works from memory

The acclaimed Vision String Quartet will embark on an extensive concert tour for Musica Viva on its first visit to…


The rise of South Australian film festivals

Emerging and diverse filmmakers in SA have more opportunities to show their work with the rise in local film festivals.


Review delivered on interference in Aboriginal paintings

The National Gallery of Australia has tabled its independent Review into Art Centre interference in the painting of Indigenous artworks.

Stuart Maunder Photo credit: Thant Photography

Australia’s first-ever festival of Gilbert and Sullivan’s works opens in Adelaide

A 10-day festival celebrating the comic genius of Gilbert and Sullivan is attracting new audiences and die-hard supporters.


Reasons we paint: Indigenous artists speak on tampering allegations

Indigenous artists and art centre workers voice their thoughts on APY Lands art tampering allegations.


Fringe festivals power ahead across three states

As Adelaide Fringe opens, new Fringe Festivals are also springing up in Hobart and on the Mornington Peninsula.


New program and personnel prove a gamechanger for Musica Viva

Musica Viva's renewal after COVID offers a tantalising program of collaborations and new directions.

Carclew with visitors on the lawn

Carclew celebrates 50 years of youth arts in South Australia

In its 50th year of operation, Carclew reflects on the past while warmly embracing the future.

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