Sessions

All sessions

These events are all free to attend, however you may need to reserve tickets beforehand.

In conversation,

Why can’t we be friends?

4pm - 4.50pm | Sunday 15 July

Would society be better off with a new bridge, children’s cancer ward or art gallery? How should an arts budget be divided between struggling authors, penniless painters and aspiring filmmakers? How can you value art and culture? Find out why we think the arts and economics should be better friends.

Art = Ideas,

Panpapanpalya 2018 Dance Congress

Thursday 12 July, Friday 13 July

One of the world’s largest gatherings of dancers, dance educators, and artists of all ages, the congress honours rich Indigenous dance cultures from Australia and around the world. It includes five full days of presentations, social interaction and debate.

Art = Ideas,

Standing up standing out

Thursday 12 July, Friday 13 July

Tutti Arts visual artists engage in cultural discourse with the Sikh community. Artists will embellish turban cloth, exchanging sacred objects to create new, shared objects that bypass cultural differences and unite rather than define.

Art = Ideas,

Throw the dice

Friday 13 July, Saturday 14 July, Sunday 15 July

This exhibition features artworks by eight artists who attend workshops run by Neami National, an organisation supporting people living with mental health issues to live independently. Curator Elyas Alavi recognises how art develops self-awareness and self-esteem and gives a voice to feelings not always easily expressed in words.

Art = Ideas,

Umbrella: Winter City Sounds

Friday 13 July, Saturday 14 July, Sunday 15 July

Adelaide, the UNESCO City of Music, will come alive with the warmth of contemporary music presented by Music SA’s two-week live music festival. Last year saw 300 live music events presented across 100 venues.

Art = Ideas,

Aldo Iacobelli: A Conversation with Jheronimus

Thursday 12 July, Friday 13 July, Saturday 14 July, Sunday 15 July

Explore humanity’s ongoing struggle for moral safe ground in this ambitious exhibition. Having long been under the spell of Hieronymus Bosch’s 1516 The Haywain Triptych, Iacobelli brings Bosch’s eternal allegory of religion, politics and sin into a contemporary context.

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