A theatre company that excites, inspires, entertains and educates Primary School students about the environmental issues facing our planet – its future, its past and its present. Climate Change is shifting the balance of our everyday lives and it is today’s children who have the greatest challenge ahead of them. Our children are inheriting a struggling planet and must be provided with the knowledge, energy and courage to fight for the longevity of the Earth. The power of storytelling brings laughter, learning, life and growth.
Gallery 1855 is run by the City of Tea Tree Gully, which delivers a multifaceted visual arts program that is relevant and engaging to the local community and also the wider South Australian arts community.
Gallery M is a high quality visual arts venue located in the Marion Cultural Centre, about thirty minutes south west of the Adelaide CBD. The Gallery is available for visual arts exhibitions for groups, individual artists or community projects, and provides a versatile exhibition area with approximately 66 linear metres of hanging space if all freestanding moveable partitions are utilised. A Gallery Shop selling a wide range of hand crafted items by local artists is adjacent to the gallery. The venue is open seven days a week. Entry is free.
The library has eight computers that can be booked. All have word-processing and printing facilities. Four have Internet access. One computer has Local History Research resources. Opening hours:
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The Gilbert & Sullivan Society has presented productions of the works of Gilbert & Sullivan and other musicals and operettas for 70 years. The Society perpetuates and honours the memory of Sir Arthur Sullivan and Sir W.S. Gilbert by fostering, preserving and promoting their individual repertoire and in particular the comic operas jointly composed and written by them. As a vital part of contemporary and popular theatre, two fully staged and costumed operas complete with orchestra are performed each year including some non G&S works.
A celebration of Greek National Day. A festival of greek culture, music, dancing and food.
Golden Grove Arts Centre is a multipurpose venue, with the capacity to accommodate a wide range of performances, activities and social functions. The Centre has a 317 seat performing arts theatre, exhibition gallery, meeting and function rooms. The venue is wheelchair friendly and has ample off street parking. It is available for hire and has an annual program for youth, mature age and general public audiences.
Gray Street Workshop is a collectively run jewellery/artist studio, which has been established for 30 years. The studio has access facilities for jewellers to come and work for short or long periods of time. The partners are Catherine Truman, Sue Lorraine and Jess Dare.
Greenaway Art Gallery is one of Australia's leading private galleries, holding exhibitions by the best local and international artists for the last 18 years. With two exhibitions a month, a large stock room & extensive website, collectors can also get advice from friendly staff. The Director is a Government Approved Valuer, Founding Chair of the SALA Festival and member of NAVA.
Guildhouse is the leading South Australian organisation supporting and creating connections for South Australian creative practitioners for over 45 years. Guildhouse began in 1966 as the Craft Association of South Australia. Over the years we have provide professional development support not only for craftspeople but visual artists and designer too assisting them in building enduring, sustainable practices.