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Tandanya is owned and managed by the National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Inc. It is Australia’s oldest Aboriginal-owned and managed multi-arts centre. ‘Tandanya’ is the Kaurna (pronounced Garna) word for ‘place of the Red Kangaroo’. Tandanya’s name reflects the organisation’s ongoing commitment to honour and respect the traditional owners and custodians for this country.
Tauondi which means 'to penetrate and break-through'. We have laid a foundation to achieve a better balance between what we call 'cultural teaching' and what is known as 'education for Aboriginal people'. Both these forms of 'education' exist at Tauondi today, together they are known as 'holistic education'. We seek to strengthen and advance our pathways to 'cultural teaching' because this is our identity, our strength, our way of life and our heritage. And we do this in recognition and respect for those who have gone before and those who are yet to come.
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To provide professional leadership to young Australia musicians, enabling them to expand and extend their orchestral and ensemble experience and to realise their potential through national and international training programs and performance of the highest quality.
The Border Project is a contemporary performance ensemble which is committed to exploring the future language of live performance. The Border Project creates performance that engages and communicates with an audience that traditional theatre has left behind, using a language that reflects the time and place that we live in - where we are surrounded by the collision of sound and images from videos, pop music, film, television and cyber-media.
The Captioning Studio provides captioning (live English subtitles) and its 'GoTheatrical!' technology to theatres, festivals & production companies right across Australia, including the State Theatre Company of SA, the Adelaide Festival Centre and Brink Productions. Captioning makes live theatre accessible to people with a hearing loss and those with English as a second language.
The Dancers Studio provides dance for children and adults emphasizing the individual development, enjoyment of dance with qualified professional caring staff who facilitate the learning of Tap C.S.T.D, Jazz/Funk, Ballet R.A.D, Hip Hop, Kinder Dance Classes 2.5 years, to Adult Beginners and professional classes with a variety of performance opportunities. For the love of Dance!
The Firm is an Adelaide-based organisation that promotes the performance of new solo and chamber works, particularly those of South Australian composers. It also provides a performance platform for some of Australia’s finest young musicians. The Firm is headed by composers Raymond Chapman Smith and Quentin SD Grant who present a series of concerts each year with a nominated composer in residence that provides a focus and spring board for the creation of the new works and programming of existing works for performance. The Firm also presents special events and tours internationally.
Set among the gum trees on the picturesque Marryatville High School campus, The Forge comprises a 338-seat flexible performance space and is equipped with state of the art sound, lighting and multimedia facilities. The Forge is available for hire at competitive rates with special packages for schools. Facilities: 338 in full theatre mode and 156 with the front seats retracted. Stage area is 13.5m wide by 8m deep. A full lighting grid, surrounded by 1m wide catwalks, is set at 6.5m above stage.