Art Gallery of South Australia lost its crowd but gained a worldwide audience with Monster Theatres

The Art Gallery of South Australia’s Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Monster Theatres took an unanticipated turn when forced to shut down earlier this year, but how did the gallery continue this eerily relevant show and what’s it like to be back up and running? Continue reading Art Gallery of South Australia lost its crowd but gained a worldwide audience with Monster Theatres

The road less travelled. Adapting through COVID-19: food, wine and the rest of it

There’s no doubt the hospitality industry has endured many adversities in the wake of this global pandemic. OTR reporter Annalise Toms talked to some of Adelaide’s most funky and delicious restaurants to hear how they’ve adapted to this ‘new normal’. Continue reading The road less travelled. Adapting through COVID-19: food, wine and the rest of it

‘If we pull out, these people will starve’: the volunteer chefs that are cooking to feed Adelaide’s most vulnerable

Since the pandemic, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of South Australians relying on food services. As food services struggle to keep up with the increase in demand, some South Australian chefs have taken it upon themselves to lend a helping hand. Continue reading ‘If we pull out, these people will starve’: the volunteer chefs that are cooking to feed Adelaide’s most vulnerable