The Capital City Committee is a partnership of the South Australian Government and the Adelaide City Council at the highest political level. It exists to promote the strategic development of Adelaide as the capital of South Australia and one of the world’s great small cities. Established through an Act of Parliament in 1998 the Committee is recognition of the special role played by the City of Adelaide (the local government area of City of Adelaide, taking in the Adelaide Central Business District and North Adelaide) in South Australia’s social, commercial, cultural and civic life.
Carclew is responsible for policy, funding and strategic initiatives that nourish the artistic and cultural lives of South Australian children and young people 26 years and under. Carclew undertakes the following strategies and initiatives:
- Funding programs for youth arts organisations working with children and young people
- Grants for arts projects and the development of young artists
- Scholarships and awards for exceptional arts practice
- Training and professional development initiatives
- Community access initiatives
In February each year, Rymill Park comes alive to the tastes, sounds and colour of Carnevale in Adelaide. Carnevale is a centuries-old Christian tradition, and is the final celebration before Ash Wednesday and the austere 40 days of Lent. Carnevale is celebrated all over the world with masked balls, parades, popular theatre and songs, entertainment, folk dances and other activities.
Carrick Hill is a 1930's dream home created in the style of a 17th century English manor house and set in 40 hectares of garden and bushland overlooking Adelaide. The estate showcases an extraordinary collection of Tudor oak furniture and a highly personal collection of drawings, sculpture, antiques and paintings spanning nearly 400 years.
Situated on the West Coast of Eyre Peninsula, 740km from Adelaide, a remote school community library with the most beautiful sea views. What’s on at our library:
- Storytime every Monday (school terms): 9.30am
- Bookclub each 2nd Thursday of every month : 7-9pm
- Crochet club Thursday nights : 7-9pm
- iPad Soireé once a term Thursday nights: 7-9pm
- Interlibrary loans, Reference and Information services
Central Studios is in the heart of Adelaide, in the former Adelaide Girls’ High School building at 109-119 Grote Street, Adelaide adjacent to the Central Market / Chinatown precinct. The Studios were originally established as part of Adelaide Central School of Art. Several changes of location later, Central Studios Incorporated now functions independently of the School but the two entities continue to enjoy a close and mutually beneficial relationship.
The Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music is nationally and internationally recognised for innovative educational work and support for ATSI cultures. Extensively involved in performance, recording, research, consultancies and community work, CASM supports ATSI music making as diverse and living traditions encompassing traditional and emerging forms of Australian Indigenous musical expression.
Superlative photographic training and resource centre offering workshops along with Certificate and Diploma courses, digital suite, darkroom and studio hire... 4 studios - no waiting. The Light Gallery at the Centre is the only dedicated photographic gallery in South Australia. Follow us on facebook. The-Centre-for-Creative-Photography-Adelaide
The Chaffey Theatre, run by Country Arts SA is the Riverland and Mallee's premier arts and entertainment venue. Offering a fully equipped multi-purpose arts centre available to accommodate conferences, performing arts, film screenings, seminars and product launches, the theatre has a 494 seat auditorium, a licensed bar, dressing rooms, an orchestra pit and sound loops for the hearing impaired. The Chaffey Theatre is named after brothers William and George Chaffey who established Australia's first irrigation settlement in 1887.