In association with the SALA Festival, South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) is inviting proposals for participation in an Artist-in-Residence program in 2019 from South Australian artists or groups of artists for up to six months.
The Centre for Creative Health have announced two residencies for 2019; one at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and a second new residency at Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre - applications are now open
Read Melinda Rackham's winning piece of writing, 'Intimacy of Strangers'.
Today SALA Festival chair, Mr Nicholas Linke, formally announced the appointment of Kate Moskwa to the role of CEO of SALA Festival.
The awards are a new addition to the annual SALA Festival and aim to encourage South Australian schools to participate and engage with visual arts as part of the festival.
The South Australian Film Corporation and Adelaide Studios have announced a new partnership with SALA Festival, the Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art with funding from Arts South Australia and Unitcare Services to support an Artist Residency at Adelaide Studios to create art of the moving image.
As the 2018 SALA Festival officially comes to an end, this year’s award winners have been announced, with several newcomers as well as established artists sharing in the accolades.
Renowned artist Louise Haselton has been named SALA Festival featured artist for 2019 at the festival's official opening night gala at the Art Gallery of South Australia Thursday July 26.
The South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival program is officially launched today, with a ground-breaking 9000 artists taking part in over 700 exhibitions and events across Adelaide and regional SA.
Pick up The Advertiser on Saturday 7 July for your copy of the official SALA Program.