Adelaide Fringe 2021 Review: Late Night Dynamite

Who: Presented by Katie Wright Dynamite What: Cabaret When: Until March 20, see Fringe site for ticketing & event details. Where: Ukiyo at Gluttony Content Warnings: R18+ for occasional language, nudity and sexual references Despite being an avid Festival-goer, I had never attended a cabaret performance before seeing this show. Katie Wright’s Late Night Dynamite was certainly a great place to start. Late Night Dynamite … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2021 Review: Late Night Dynamite

Adelaide Film Festival 2018: Animated Shorts

I’ve always been drawn to animated films; they seem to captivate and comfort me in a distinctive way. I find myself admiring the craftsmanship behind the handmade figurines or frames of any medium, and noticing how animated works evoke dimensions of emotion in me that live action can’t quite capture. The Animated Shorts collection of this year’s Adelaide Film Festival brought together 11 new short … Continue reading Adelaide Film Festival 2018: Animated Shorts

Artist Spotlight #84: James Hamilton

What: Sculpture in the Garden Who: James Hamilton When: 1 August – 31 August Where: Newman’s Nursery, 1321 North East Rd, Tea Tree Gully. Trading Hours: 9am-5pm Mon-Sun (Free entry) Born and raised in the Tea Tree Gully/Adelaide Hills area, James Hamilton went through schooling excelling in Art and wood and metal work. After finishing his schooling he did many machine background courses which led to an engineering role. … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #84: James Hamilton

Women of Impressionism

Over the past few months while the exhibition Colours of Impressionism has been in town at the Art Gallery of South Australia, you’ve probably spied the merch; t-shirts and tote bags with the names ‘Monet & Morisot & Cézanne & Renoir’ in Helvetica. These names are recognisable: Monet is the waterlily dude, Renoir is the luncheon dude, Cézanne is some other dude. But you might … Continue reading Women of Impressionism

Hybrid World Adelaide: A Reflection

What: Hybrid World Adelaide Tech Conference When: 20 – 24 July 2018 Where: Adelaide Convention Centre In its second year, Hybrid World Adelaide further explored the future of a ‘hybrid world’, immersing visitors and conference attendees in the potentials of living in a real and digital sphere. I was lucky enough to attend the first day of the conference, looking to connect the latest in … Continue reading Hybrid World Adelaide: A Reflection

Artist Spotlight #82: Sorcha Yelland

Q: Hello Sorcha! Please tell us a little about yourself. A: Hi! I’m a final year glass student at UniSA, who grew up in Adelaide and spent a lot of my childhood in Drogheda in Ireland. I play roller derby as a hobby and I’m totally glass obsessed! Q: What form does your inspiration take? Is it people, travel, atmosphere, historical figures, memories or something … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #82: Sorcha Yelland

Artist Spotlight #81: Caitlin Bowe

Q: Hey Caitlin! Please tell us a little about yourself. A: Hi! My name is Caitlin Bowe and I’m a 22 year old emerging artist. Last year I graduated with First Class Honours from Adelaide Central School of Arts and I’m currently a member of Switchboard Studios. When I’m not working on art I’m catching up on the latest seasons of whatever I’m watching, playing video … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #81: Caitlin Bowe