Arts and Cultural Events
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The arts have always been a very serious business here in South Australia. Choose from an eclectic array of theatre, music and dance at one of our many world-class theatres and venues. With summer in full swing, South Australia is the place to be for arts enthusiasts.
Come to Adelaide to enjoy the delights of the world-renowned Adelaide Fringe, Adelaide Festival and WOMADelaide. After dark, enjoy alfresco dining in Adelaide’s East End as you soak up the atmosphere of these marvellous events.
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South Australian Living Artists Festival 2014
The 2014 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival will inspire, captivate, challenge and engage you to the works of thousands of emerging and established South Australian artists. The works of photographers, sculptors, painters, textile artists and more will be displayed throughout participating galleries, restaurants, cafes, pubs and wineries to name but a few venues across metropolitan and regional South Australia. It is all completely free. 1 to 24 August.
Remember Me: The Lost Diggers of Vignacourt exhibition
Remember Me: The Lost Diggers of Vignacourt is a poignant photographic exhibition based on portrait images taken of the Australian soldiers serving in Vignacourt, France during World War One. On display at the State Library of South Australia until 19 October.
Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize exhibition
Science is inspiring in an infinite number of ways. The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize is an opportunity for artists to share how the natural world inspires them. The Waterhouse encourages artists to make a statement about the scientific issues facing our planet, and has drawn tens of thousands of visitors to the exhibition over the years. On display from 26 July to 7 September.
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Contemporary Aboriginal performance.
A Month of Sundays
The story of six people at a nursing home. From 22 to 24 August.