Art Music Design Barossa, supported by the Barossa Council, is pleased to announce the launch of its digital residencies program. Up to five artists will be offered a residency across our online platforms. Artists of any medium are welcome to apply: we actively seek a diverse range of art forms.
Do you own or manage a property in the Barossa, Gawler, Light or Adelaide Plains regions? Would you like to be the location for the next Hollywood blockbuster? Then why not register with the South Australian Film Corporation's location gallery!
In June-July 2019 Julian Day will work with the Barossa, its people and community to create a massed work staged at the Barossa Regional Gallery. This work will include performances and participation from members of local choirs, bands and community groups. Performers of all genres are welcome to participate, there are no limitations.
You are invited to a free satellite viewing of Natalie Williams 'Composing Careers' seminar, streamed from Madley Studio University of Adelaide to the Barossa Regional Gallery on March 8 2019, 6-8pm.
The Barossa Regional Gallery and the Barossa Council are excited to announce the re-launch of the Vintage Festival Art Prize for 2019 and invite all local, South Australian and beyond artists to apply.
Have you got a great story that's perfect for TV? Art Music Design invites you to pitch your story to Screentime SA in one of two sessions. Maybe you've got an idea for a script, or know someone with a great tale to tell in a documentary setting. No need to have anything prepared, just bring yourself and your good ideas. We want to hear from you.
Art Music Design has been pleased to support the work of the Adelaide Plains Poets in their 2018 Adelaide Plains Festival of Words. Ali Devitt-Lansom worked with the poets to support their successful application to the Regional Arts Fund, through which they were able to host a series of workshops that highlighted the power of the written and spoken word and the importance of words in defining our culture.
The South Australian Government has made changes to the administration of severalgovernment arts organisations to better promote job creation.