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Feast (Adelaide Lesbian and Gay Cultural Festival)

Feast began in 1997 a by group of arts and community cultural workers. Margie Fischer, Damien Carey, Helen Bock and Luke Cutler worked together to create a community arts festival for the lesbian and gay community in Adelaide. Presently, Feast is a major event on the festival calendar & is South Australia's largest LGBTIQ curated cultural festival. It is a truly international event, bringing performers from all over the world and attracting visitors from near and far.

Felicity Publicity

Felicity Publicity is a marketing, publicity and public relations consultancy based in Adelaide. We work with independent performing and visual arts makers and organisations to help them effectively communicate with their audience.

FELTspace

FELTspace is an Artist Run Initiative established in 2008. With its exhibition space in Compton Street at the heart of Adelaide's Central Market district, FELTspace has quickly become a centre for the emerging contemporary visual arts community and an important site for the development, exhibition and discussion of new work by emerging and recognised visual artists in South Australia.

Festival Hellenika®

Festival Hellenika®, (Feb - April), is Adelaide's premier festival dedicated to the support, development, promotion and celebration of Hellenic links in the Arts, and their Australian manifestations. It is part of the inspiring journey that has enriched Australia's fabulous multicultural social fabric, broadening horizons, breaking down stereotypes, building links and fostering greater harmony and understanding. It supports community cultural events and artistic endeavor of the highest quality, and aims to be part of the mainstream arts world.

Festivals Australia

The Festivals Australia program provides funding support for arts projects at Australian regional, remote and community festivals. It is designed to assist the festival to present new or special arts activities that have not been presented before. Applications for the next Festivals Australia round will open later this year - opening dates are to be confirmed.

Fifth Quarter

Fifth Quarter is a project of Carclew, South Australia’s leading multi-artform and cultural organisation dedicated to artistic outcomes by and for people aged 26 and under.

Fifth Quarter is an arts business incubator and co-working space tailored for early career and emerging artists aged 26 and under, with an expanded reach to include practitioners older than 26.

Five Thousand

Cities are incredible. Culture is rich. People are time poor. The web is wide. Life is short. Since 2005, The Thousands City Guides have helped readers discover the best, newest and most inspiring things to do when they’re offline. In turn we hope to help cities flourish, creating a self-perpetuating cycle of better choices and better places to live. Compiled by a team of local writers, photographers, thinkers, doers and enthusiasts, the Thousands City Guides exist because we love our cities – and we know that the best things in life are often the hardest to find.

five.point.one

five.point.one produces theatre that entertains, enriches and challenges our audience. We do this by staging plays that have a contemporary voice and a strong relationship with the world we live in. We produce work that displays a diversity of genre, aesthetic, structure, tone and form. five.point.one produces theatre that has not been staged in Adelaide before. We choose playwrights who are courageous with their work - challenging both audiences and artists alike.

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