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MaD Promo

MaD Promo is an Adelaide based business that specialises in distributing posters, flyers and festival program guides. Our constantly expanding network includes cafes, stores, shopping centres, cinemas, hotels, backpackers, bookstores, restaurants, retail outlets, laundromats, car parks, universities and other educational institutions etc. We distribute for festivals, major events, cinemas, film distributors, theatre productions, performing artists, small theatre companies, musicians, publicists, and promoters. MaD Promo is an independently owned and operated business.

Majoran Distillery

Majoran is Adelaide’s coworking community for the tech and creative freelancer communities and startups.

We adore code and the Creative Suite and sit in front of computers a bit too much. If that’s something you do too, then escape the pain of doing it alone, bring your rig down to our Grenfell Street base and try out some coworking.

Marion Cultural Centre

The Marion Cultural Centre was officially opened on 23 November 2001 and has an average of approximately 1000 visitors per day. With design features that reflect the council's strong commitment to environmental awareness and energy efficiency, the Marion Cultural Centre comprises of a theatre, meeting rooms, art gallery, café, foyer, plaza and the Marion Library.

Marshall Arts

Marshall Arts specialises in Contemporary Indigenous Fine Art. Located at Hyde Park, it has earned a reputation for offering artwork of the highest standard and impeccable provenance, as well as setting the standard for ethical best-practice. The gallery presents a monthly program of new work by emerging and established artists from around Australia. Marshall Arts has an extensive client base including high profile collectors and public institutions within Australia and overseas. Karen Zadra is an Australian Government approved Valuer for Indigenous Art post-1970.

May Gibbs Children's Literature Trust

The May Gibbs Children’s Literature Trust fosters the creation and promotes the development of contemporary Australian children’s literature through the provision of Creative Time Residential Fellowships for Australian children’s authors and illustrators. Our vision is that Australian creators of children’s literature are valued for their role in the preservation and shaping of our culture. Our mission is to support the creativity and careers of contemporary Australian children’s authors and illustrators.

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