For This is a Border(town) in 2016 Country Arts SA is curating a 12 month artist residency program in Bordertown, a town that sits 18kms from the South Australian / Victorian state...
Malcolm McKinnon is an Australian artist and filmmaker working mainly in rural communities. Over the past 25 years, his work has encompassed oral history, urban planning, public and community art projects, critical writing and exhibitions. His current practice is mainly focused around documentary filmmaking and social history, motivated by an appreciation of living memory and local vernacular.
James Dodd is an artist who has a strong interest in public space and often works on mural scale and community oriented outcomes. He has a multi-faceted visual arts practice that embraces a range of painting and sculptural approaches. He exhibits regularly across Australia and has had his work collected by major institutions, including the National Gallery of Australia. Dodd is an educator at Adelaide Central School of Art and is represented by Hugo Michell Gallery, Adelaide.
Mark de Nys is a Limestone Coast based Visual Artist ,Educator and Musician,with a background in Engineering and Design, he has worked on large scale public artwork throughout Australia, taking energy from things never before made, re-inventing and re imagining always questioning, Why? This is a Border(town) offers the rare chance to engage with local Blokes via the Men's Shed along with industry and council members, the outcome is organic and fluid embracing Men's mental health, there may be Windmills! Hope to see you on the Journey.
Ten of the island’s visual artists are bringing ‘ mainlanders’ a glimpse of the isolation and inspiration of island life in Island to Inland: contemporary art from Kangaroo...
Kathie Stove is a Kangaroo Island writer and editor, and advocate for the arts and nature. She was one of the initiators of this project along with CASA Visual Arts Coordinator Eleanor Scicchitano and Art Gallery of South Australia Assistant Director, Artistic Programs, Lisa Slade. For seven years until 2013, Kathie wrote a monthly arts page for the Kangaroo Island newspaper, The Islander, and has published a book profiling 27 island artists, Artists of The Art Part. She blogs on nature and art from Kangaroo Island and beyond.
Country Arts SA is excited to announce an exceptional dance program just for the Riverland! DanceXtend’s curator, South...
After studying dance in Brisbane and Melbourne, Larissa joined Australian Dance Theatre in 2000 and has since toured extensively with the company winning multiple awards for Best Female Dancer including a Helpmann and Australian Dance Award. Larissa appeared as a guest choreographer on two seasons of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’. She has created work for WOMADelaide, Link Dance Company, Sydney Dance Company, Tasdance and premiered her first full length work, ‘Skeleton’ at the 2013 Dance Massive.
Imagine a place where you could access information, communicate with other people, form connections, find your community … you mean the Internet?
No … welcome to The Post...
Mish Grigor, Natalie Rose and Zoe Coombs Marr are post, Sydney-based artists who devise and perform original works.
Sandpit creates immersive, personal experiences that change people. We place audiences right at the centre of interactive experiences.
The world is an interesting place. Particularly places such regional South Australia where you can discover that theatre doesn’t need actors on a stage and the end of days could be a much more...
Creation Creation is a unique and one-off opportunity to recreate the world during the July school holidays. This artist residency at the Chaffey Theatre, Renmark will include public film...
Windmill Theatre positions theatre for children, young people and families in a dynamic national and international conversation that is defining the future of theatre practice.
Country Arts SA recognises and respects that we are living and creating on Aboriginal Lands and we are committed to working together to honour their living cultures.
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