The South Australian Government has made changes to the administration of severalgovernment arts organisations to better promote job creation.
Photo credit: 2018 Barossa Calendar cover ‘My Truck Overflows’ by Ian Codrington
Remember to stay in touch with your local arts groups via the Barossa Artists Facebook page. It is a great meeting place for artists to support each other by the sharing of information, resources and events. This is where you can connect with your fellow artists and discuss each other's creative work processes, thoughts, ideas and invites the possibility to collaborate in artwork, exhibitions, commissions or just meet up with like-minded people who you can talk to about your work.
Tutti Arts in the Barossa have joined together with local artists Kristin Wohlers and Kate Jenkins (who together form AMD represented artists Barossa Mosaic) and the Angaston Community and Business Alliance Group to create this bigger than life sculpture that will be visiting numerous locations around South Australia over the next 12 months. Watch her change as she gets ready for SALA, the Brighton Jetty Sculpture Symposium, up coming film festival, Sit Down Shut Up and Watch (SDSW) and much more. This is a community art project supported by Regional Development Australia Barossa, Gawler, Light, Adelaide Plains and the Barossa...
Applications to the Regional Arts Fund (RAF) Round 1 close on March 15th, 2018. This is a great opportunity for artists and arts organizations to kickstart a project in the Barossa region. Grant applications are online. Talk to Ali, arts facilitator for Country Arts SA and Regional Development Australia, Barossa, based in Tanunda to help you start 2018 with your creative ideas.
Creating a stronger Barossa economy through artistic excellence, innovation and collaborationCommon Ground is a research and development partnership between artists and numerous local businesses in the Barossa region. This residency will strengthen the arts and cultural sector by introducing Barossa community groups and businesses with an internationally recognised Australian artist. Common Ground is bringing diverse groups of people and organisations together that otherwise would not be connected and thus improve collaborations between those that live in and visit the Barossa. Common Ground brings the Barossa to the international stage through the eyes of art and music with artist Julian Day.
Family time. Pawel Kuczynski Samuel Alexander, University of Melbourne
There are less than two weeks to register as an artist or a venue for the 2018 Adelaide Fringe Festival! Artists and audiences travel from all over the world to experience this unique festival unlike any other. Businesses, don't miss this opportunity to take part in one of the country's biggest cultural events, find new audiences and increase awareness of your venue. Artists, test new material, find new audiences, and be a part of this incredible artistic experience!
Spring has hit the Barossa! With that the Barossa's premier music festival, Barossa Baroque and Beyond, is just around the corner.