South Australia’s History Festival is running now until 31 May with events focusing on Indigenous Australian history being held all over the State. Continue reading South Australia’s History Festival explores Indigenous Australia
The 2019 budget promises a lot for jobs and infrastructure, but with many of us entering the workforce in non-traditional roles, places and fields, what is the Government doing to support the Arts? Continue reading New funding cuts solidify Federal Government’s disregard for the Arts
Within five minutes of entering the festival, illicit substances could be smelt or seen through the behaviour of festivalgoers, making it clear party drugs were the go-to. Continue reading Festival culture in Australia: Is it an issue?
South Australia is set to take a step back in time, as the History Festival plans to return for its 15th year. Continue reading South Australia’s History Festival highlights the state’s greatest achievements
The Art Gallery of South Australia is currently presenting Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée D’Orsay, the first major exhibition in South Australia showcasing works of Impressionist art. Continue reading Colours of Impressionism paints a tourism portrait for SA
As the Australian music scene grows and evolves it is yet to solve its decades-old problem with gender equality. Continue reading Addressing the gender gap in Adelaide’s music scene
By Caitlin Tait “I am stubborn and persistent,” Laura said, carrying the same strength as – while also tipping the hat to – American politician Elizabeth Warren, who only a few months ago was shunned for attempting to speak a letter written by Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King Jr.’s late widow, on the Senate floor in Massachusetts. Republican Mitch McConnell defended why he stopped … Continue reading The arts revival: led by Laura Gentgall