Call for Filmmakers - Barossa Black Screen 2017

5 Apr 2017 by Leah Blankendaal

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.

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Peter Franz Photography Competition

3 Apr 2017 by Leah Blankendaal

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".

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Decoding the music masterpieces: The Art of the Fugue

Music - 2 Apr 2017 by Daniel Herscovitch, Associate Professor in Piano, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney


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Barossa Fringe Special: Q&A with Tony Genovese

8 Mar 2017 by Leah Blankendaal

Tony Genovese and his band The Desirables introduce audiences to the stars of showbiz. All the greats come to dinner: Shirley Bassey, Neil Diamond, Tina Turner, Elvis, The Beatles, Dean Martin, Roy Orbison, Dutsy Springfield and Buddy Holly! The Desirables Show includes pre dinner entertainment, a scrumptious evening's dinner and live performances by the Stars.

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2017 Calleen Art Award

Art - 28 Feb 2017 by Leah Blankendaal


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2017 Youth Parliament Regional Scholarships

27 Feb 2017 by Leah Blankendaal

Are you a young artist interested in politics? Want to advocate for the arts or become a leader in this field?

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Barossa Fringe Special: Q&A with John Durr of Dream Boogie

Music/Performing Art - 22 Feb 2017 by Leah Blankendaal

Dreamboogie named themselves after a poem by Langston Hughes, the famous American poet, social activist and novelist. Many of his verse was based on Jazz and Blues, and the poem 'Dream Boogie' is amongst his best known. "Hey Daddy have you heard, the boogie woogie rhythm of a dream deferred" is the opening line of that work which refers to the rising, rumbling rhythm of a peoples' discontent - as true today as it ever was... and the Blues will always be the soundtrack.

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Barossa Fringe Special: Q&A with Lee Zacharia

Music/Performing Art - 14 Feb 2017 by Leah Blankendaal


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Country Arts Grant Rounds Open!

23 Jan 2017 by Leah Blankendaal

Applications to the Regional Arts Fund (RAF) open February 1! This is a great opportunities for artists and arts organizations to kickstart a project in the Barossa region.

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