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UKARIA and Klein Family Foundation

On 25 September 2016, Ulrike Klein, founder of Ngeringa Arts, launched a new name for the foundation and its cultural centre. UKARIA The name takes its inspiration from Ulrike’s vision and legacy, represented by her initials. Aria, a song within opera and oratorio derived from the Greek and Latin ‘aer’ meaning air represents freedom and of course her love of music.

UKARIA Cultural Centre

On 25 September 2016, Ulrike Klein, founder of Ngeringa Arts, launched a new name for the foundation and its cultural centre. UKARIA The name takes its inspiration from Ulrike’s vision and legacy, represented by her initials. Aria, a song within opera and oratorio derived from the Greek and Latin ‘aer’ meaning air represents freedom and of course her love of music.

University of Adelaide Theatre Guild Inc

Established in 1938, the Theatre Guild is a not-for-profit theatre company based in the North Terrace campus of the University of Adelaide. The Theatre Guild is committed to providing opportunities for emerging artists to practice and hone their skills. It offers University students, staff and the general public, opportunities to be involved in high quality productions on and off stage.

University of South Australia - School of Management

The Arts and Cultural Management Program delivers specialist post-graduate course work degrees and research degrees. Students learn management theory and its application to arts organisations. The curriculum includes cultural policy;  organisational strategic processes;  people management;  communication skills;  marketing;  law and accounting;  all with a focus on the arts sector.

Unley Libraries - Fullarton Park Library

The Unley Libraries consists of the Unley Civic Library, Goodwood Library, Fullarton Park Library and the Unley Toy Library. We also provide a homebound service and an online presence to complete our six customer service points. Our services have gained widespread support from the community.  The library is now a place where people can meet, learn and be empowered.  There are special areas to meet individual needs, such as quiet study areas, spaces for young people, and meeting rooms to encourage social gatherings.

Unley Libraries - Goodwood Library

The Unley Libraries consists of the Unley Civic Library, Goodwood Library, Fullarton Park Library and the Unley Toy Library. We also provide a homebound service and an online presence to complete our six customer service points. Our services have gained widespread support from the community.  The library is now a place where people can meet, learn and be empowered.  There are special areas to meet individual needs, such as quiet study areas, spaces for young people, and meeting rooms to encourage social gatherings.

Unley Libraries - Unley Civic Library

The Unley Libraries consists of the Unley Civic Library, Goodwood Library, Fullarton Park Library and the Unley Toy Library. We also provide a homebound service and an online presence to complete our six customer service points. Our services have gained widespread support from the community.  The library is now a place where people can meet, learn and be empowered.  There are special areas to meet individual needs, such as quiet study areas, spaces for young people, and meeting rooms to encourage social gatherings.

Unley Museum

Unley is one of the oldest regions of Adelaide. Discover what it used to look like, who lived here and what they did at the Unley Museum. Housed in the old Unley Fire Station, the Museum collects and preserves Unley's history as well as presenting dynamic exhibitions and providing historical resources.

Unseen Theatre Company

Unseen Theatre Company specialises in producing 'something different' in the world of theatre. It produces two plays by best selling author Terry Pratchett and one other with a similar sense of wit and humour per year. These have included 'Men Behaving Badly' by Simon Nye; "Silly Cow" and "Gasping" both by Ben Elton. It performs exclusively at the Bakehouse Theatre, 255 Angas Street, Adelaide. Unseen Theatre Company receives no outside funding, relying purely on ticket sales in order to perform its shows.

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