WHAT IS NEBULA 2017?This is an opportunity for regionally based visual artists to spend 3 intensive days with 7 other practitioners in Adelaide during SALA Festival 2017. Successful applicants will participate in a specially chosen program of workshops, forums, networking opportunities and gallery visits aimed at creating networks and taking their arts practice to the next level. The program aims to cultivate relationships between artists from South Australia’s regional areas, and to connect them with metro artists, gallery directors and curators. Attendance is free.
SASA GALLERY CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS DURING 2018
The Barossa Arts Council, through Creative Barossa, invites you to be involved in our 7th exhibition for people aged 15-30. We are offering young and emerging artists from the Barossa and surrounding areas an opportunity to show case your art pieces to the community, to experience perhaps for the first time exhibiting in a community exhibition and to possibly gain income if that is your aim, though it is not an obligation to sell your art pieces. The exhibition is open to all forms of static visual art – be it sculptured, stitched, formed, kiln baked, photographed, carved, drawn or painted.
Congratulations to Lami Saru, the Lyndoch Institute, and the Southern Barossa Alliance, who have won the major prizes in our 2017 Barossa Vintage Festival Shop Front & High St Challenge.
Art Music Design is delighted to show you the beauty of your own backyard. Follow our Be A Tourist in Your Own Backyard page for updates on the beauty that surrounds you in the Barossa!
Barossa.com is this region's leading tourism website. Whether you're hosting an arts event, managing a local attraction, or running tours for tourists, it's a great resource to get your product in front of a large audience.
The 2017 Barossa Vintage Festival is just around the corner!
As a part of Reconciliation Week 2017 the Barossa Regional Gallery, in conjunction with Country Arts SA, will present 'Black Screen', a film festival of Indigenous and non-Indigenous filmmakers. An opportunity for a filmmaker from the Barossa, Gawler, Light & Adelaide Plains regions exists to have their work shown at this festival. This is a great opportunity for local filmmakers to display their work alongside a selection of diverse and interesting short films.
As part of the Barossa Vintage Festival, Peter Franz Photography invites amatuer photographers to submit their artworks based on the theme "BACKROADS OF THE BAROSSA".