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May 14, 2021
Culture

Creation Creation has the answers to life’s biggest questions

In a new documentary theatre work, Windmill has engaged some "reliable and unreliable experts" to answer queries from their audience about life's biggest mysteries. Ahead of the show, we've collected some of the experts' responses, which you can hear in their own words.

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May 7, 2021
Culture

How to Dungeons & Dragons

An illustrated introduction, by Adelaide artist and long-time D&D player Jake Holmes, to the genre-defining role-playing game.

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Apr 28, 2021
Culture

Excavating Adelaide’s street art history

Street artist Seb Humphreys has dissected the graffiti free wall under the Morphett Street bridge for a series of works exposing the obscured nature of public art in Adelaide.

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Apr 26, 2021
Culture

Staging a country life

In preparation for writing upcoming State Theatre work 'Euphoria', playwright Emily Steel travelled through seven towns in regional South Australia to examine the dynamics and mental health impacts of lives lived in small communities.

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Apr 23, 2021
Culture

2021 Ramsay Art Prize finalists announced

Six young South Australian artists working across a range of media are among the 24 finalists selected for this year’s $100,000 Ramsay Art Prize for contemporary Australian artists under the age of 40.

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Apr 23, 2021
Culture

Introducing PAK Music: Punk Ass Kids all grown up

For almost a decade, Jessi Tilbrook and Sam Szabo have championed local and national heavy music under the Punk Ass Kids flag. Now known as PAK Music, the business has evolved to become one of Adelaide's newest record labels.

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Apr 15, 2021
Culture

A papier-mâché party at Papershell Farm

Mother-son art duo Koruna and Kaspar Schmidt Mumm have a deep understanding of the world-building power of pulped paper, so this weekend they're hosting a hands-on tutorial on the practical art of papier-mâché.

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Apr 8, 2021
Culture

Illuminate Adelaide unveils plans to light up the city

A multi-media light experience across nearly 2km of the Adelaide Botanic Garden, a multi-sensory van Gogh exhibition, and a free City Lights trail featuring large-scale installations and projections will be among highlights of the 17-day inaugural Illuminate Adelaide winter festival.

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