5/4 Entertainment was born when Ross Osmon and Craig Lock wanted to see Foals and had no other option but to bring them to Adelaide themselves. This was back in 2010, and over the years 5/4 Entertainment has been responsible for hosting countless other big name acts in Adelaide, including Two Door Cinema Club, Wavves, The Drums, Cloud Nothings and many more.
Access2Arts is an experienced disability led arts organisation who work with artists, audiences and organisations to support the development of an arts ecology which is inclusive.
The Accompanists’ Guild of South Australia Inc. was founded in 1983 as a non-profit organisation. Its objectives are to promote the status of the accompanist, to encourage and assist in establishing a unity of purpose and the maintenance of high ideals amongst accompanists in South Australia.
Cathy Adamek is an independent artist who has performed as an actor and dancer with many companies, including State Opera South Australia, State Theatre Company of South Australia, Mainstreet Theatre and Country Arts SA Touring, Independent Theatre and the Bakehouse Theatre. Most recently she performed in the feature film The Babadook starring Essie Davis to be released 2013 and completed a national tour of her show Polecats in Feb 2013 opening at the The Sydney Opera House which she directed and produced.
Whether you're a seasoned sculptor, or an emerging artist, the Brighton Jetty Classic Sculptures Exhibition is the perfect opportunity to showcase your creative talents, and to engage the wider community in the Arts.
The Alphorn is a Swiss National Instrument and originally used by cow-herds tending their herds in the mountains during summer months.
It was usually sounded at sunset to let distant family know they were alright and also tunes were created to play to other distant cow-herds to combat loneliness. Many of these tunes have become traditional Swiss folk music. These Alphorns create interest wherever they appear together with their haunting sounds.
The Adelaide Art Orchestra Inc. was founded by Artistic Director Timothy Sexton and concertmaster Carolyn Lam in late 2001 and its members are drawn from the ranks of the state's top professional freelance musicians. The Adelaide Art Orchestra is a major player in Adelaide's dynamic music scene, having established a reputation for vibrant and energetic performance of contemporary classical and popular repertoire.
For over 30 years Adelaide Baroque has fostered audiences for music of the baroque period through very well received concert programs, workshops and master classes. Our aim is to excite contemporary audiences with the power of baroque music.
Importantly, Adelaide Baroque has led the resurgence of interest in the presentation and promotion of historical performance practice nationally and internationally.
Held every two years since 1990, the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art is the country’s longest-standing survey of contemporary Australian Art and reflects the Art Gallery of South Australia’s commitment to presenting the very best contemporary Australian art. The next biennial will be held in 2018.
Adelaide Central School of Art is an independent, not-for-profit, accredited Higher Education Provider that offers intensive training for students looking to develop careers as practising artists. The School offers undergraduate degrees, specialist short courses, workshops and masterclasses. In our studio based teaching program we emphasise structured sequential learning developing practical skills in parallel with rigorous intellectual inquiry.