2018 SALA Festival program officially released Saturday 7 July


2018 SALA Festival program officially released Saturday 7 July

Pick up The Advertiser on Saturday 7 July for your copy of the official SALA Program. The cover features the work of Clare Belfrage, SALA Featured Artist and recipient of the 2018 SA Living Artist Wakefield Monograph. Her work also appears on this year’s poster, pictured, and at this year’s Icon exhibition at JamFactory as well as at the Art Gallery of South Australia.

This year Australia's biggest visual arts festival is bigger than ever with over 9000 artists across more than 700 events. The Festival runs throughout August with events all across South Australia; from city bars to suburban shopping precincts, wine regions and beyond.

SALA encompasses all forms of visual art from painting, sculpture and jewellery to video, multimedia and more. Events include exhibitions, artist talks, workshops, panels and more; grab the program and start planning your August.

 

SALA FESTIVAL ON SOCIAL MEDIA:

Facebook:www.facebook.com/SALAFestival

Twitter & Instagram: @SALAFestival

Official hashtag: #SALAFestival

 

Poster image: Clare Belfrage, A Measure of Time, collection of works, 2018, tallest ht. 53cm, photo Pippy Mount