Latest News

Respectful Behaviours training workshops on offer

The safety and wellbeing of everyone working in, and engaging with, the South Australian arts and cultural sector is of paramount importance.

Arts South Australia is committed to a zero-tolerance approach to all forms of victimisation, bullying and harassment, including sexual harassment. It is a condition of all funding and grants that recipients must adopt and implement a Respectful Behaviours policy and procedure.

Major theatre and dance works put new spin on Made in Adelaide program

Two major theatrical productions will spearhead Arts South Australia’s 2018 Made in Adelaide program at the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival in August, with the full list of delegates announced today.

In all, 18 South Australian artists and arts organisations will receive funding to present shows at the festival under the Made in Adelaide banner, encompassing theatre, music, cabaret and dance.

In a first for the cultural export program, two major multi-company productions will be supported.

Construction ramps up on Her Majesty's makeover

Her historic Grote Street frontage remains, but behind the iconic facade Her Majesty's Theatre is almost unrecognisable as redevelopment of the venue continues.

Today Premier Steven Marshall and local media toured the site to view the renovations under way, which have already seen the seats removed from the auditorium, the chandelier dismantled and part of the northern wall behind the stage removed.

Jury pick winning design for Adelaide Contemporary

Image of the winning design for the Adelaide Contemporary International Design Competition, designed by Diller Scofidio and Renfro and Woods Bagot.

A design incorporating a performance lab and a suspended rooftop garden has been unveiled as the jury’s top choice in the Adelaide Contemporary International Design Competition.

The winning team is Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Woods Bagot with a design the international competition jury said “presented a highly dynamic building for the future” and “which would create something truly unique for Adelaide”.