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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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Mar 16, 2021
Culture

Protest like the world is ending (because it is)

As climate catastrophe draws closer and action to avert disaster remains stalled, there is no option but to protest as if humanity's survival hangs in the balance, writes Extinction Rebellion SA spokesperson Ben Brooker.

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Mar 12, 2021
Culture

Theatre beyond the fringes

While the Adelaide Fringe brings about a glut of theatre shows in February and March, there is locally made work to be found the whole year round. We spoke to three theatre organisations about maintaining an audience outside of Fringetime.

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Mar 11, 2021
Culture

The behind-the-scenes crew that make The Garden tick

Fringe crowds come to The Garden of Unearthly Delights for its programming and for the energetic ambience found beneath its twinkling festoon lighting. We wanted to get to know the place a little better, so we went backstage to meet a few of the Garden's makers.

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Mar 10, 2021
Culture

The Baroque and the enduring power of the clown

Britt Plummer and Oliver Nilsson created The Baroque for the simple fun of imbuing a clown with the excesses of the lavish era, but found the character also presented a satirical view of modern society.

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Mar 3, 2021
Culture

Opening Night: In-House

The new season dawned at the opening of JamFactory's fourth biennial research exhibition 'In-House' last week, where jumpers, jackets and autumnal colours made an early debut.

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