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Sep 17, 2020
Culture

Despite 2020, Tandanya will survive

Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute has weathered a closure by pandemic and funding cuts already this year, but, in spite of the challenges, the organisation is excited to reopen next month.

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Sep 15, 2020
Culture

PhotoCo is keeping analogue alive

Owner of Adelaide’s oldest camera kiosk, Paul Bulley believes there’s a reason his shop is developing a kilometre of analogue film every month – young people are going anti-digital.

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Sep 15, 2020
Culture

Adelaide Film Festival draws curtain on 2020 program

South Australia will roll out the red carpet for 22 world premieres and 27 Australian premieres, spanning slick international feature films to grungy local documentaries, as part of this year’s Adelaide Film Festival.

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Sep 4, 2020
Culture

Basketball Man will teach you basketball tricks for free

New York-raised Adelaide Fringe performer Rashaun Daniels, aka Basketball Man, chose to stay in Adelaide during the pandemic. While he's stuck out of work, he's building a community in his temporary home through his love of basketball.

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Sep 2, 2020
Culture

No Fixed Address given permanent CBD address

Ahead of the City of Adelaide naming a laneway in honour of South Australian reggae band No Fixed Address, CityMag spoke with guitarist Ricky Harrison about coming up as an Indigenous artist in Adelaide's 1980s music scene.

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