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Aug 13, 2022
Culture

An over-cooked cover concept

Winter is almost over, but our 40 Under 40 winter print edition is still out on streets. Learn more about Emmaline Zanelli and Kurt Bosecke's burnt pizza cover concept portraying the underside of success.

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Aug 11, 2022
Culture

Theatre review: Chalkface

Angela Betzien’s Chalkface, premiered by State Theatre SA, is a zany portrait of an Australian public primary school. It holds up a cracked and grimly funny mirror to the end-result of years of state neglect and disrespect for teachers and their profession.

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Aug 11, 2022
Culture

Here’s what’s in store for the 2022 OzAsia Festival

From a high-kicking action star and neo-noir theatre to alternative K-pop and a touch of magic, this year’s OzAsia Festival will celebrate diverse cultures and also shine a light on darker elements of Australia’s history.

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Aug 11, 2022
Culture

An exploration of grief, faith and end-times

Three talented local artists take inspiration from a collection of historic European prints for a mixed-media exhibition that offers insight into the role of art in making sense of crises – from the renaissance to contemporary times.

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Aug 10, 2022
Culture

Bold pairing to kick off Adelaide Film Festival

The 2022 Adelaide Film Festival will open this October with two world premieres: a doco about pub rock band The Angels, and 'Marungka Tjalatjunu', which its producer calls a “film for our time”.

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Aug 4, 2022
Culture

Elsy Wameyo, alone

Coming out of the making of her debut EP 'Nilotic', Elsy Wameyo is an artist reborn, having found a new sound and renewed purpose while creating, for the first time, in solitude.

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Aug 3, 2022
Culture

Adelaide’s best new music

We've rounded up Adelaide's best new music for July, including Workhorse, Kurralta Park Grocery Club, House in the Tall Grass and Big Town.

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Jul 28, 2022
Culture

In the studio with Brad Darkson

From a small room at the back of the new Good Bank Gallery in McLaren Vale, Brad Darkson works on projects that often explore the intersection of colonisation and Country in South Australia.

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