Renowned glass artist Clare Belfrage has been named SALA Festival Featured Artist for 2018 at the festival's official opening night gala at the Art Gallery of South Australia tonight (Friday, July 28).
Visitors to the SALA exhibition ‘island home’ are invited to vote in the SALA People's Choice Prize. Instagram a photo of your favourite artwork using #salaislandhome for your chance to WIN 2 return flights, Adelaide to Kangaroo Island.
Australia's biggest community-based visual arts festival gets even bigger with 660 free exhibitions for 20th anniversary year.
Adelaide's arts scene is hotting up as the SALA Festival prepares to celebrate its 20th year with a bumper program of exhibitions, arts and cultural events across the state throughout August. Today 31 South Australian artists have been announced as finalists in the 2017 SALA Awards, with more than $38,000 in cash and prizes to be won across nine categories.
Local artists have just a few weeks left to register for the 2017 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival, with exhibition registrations for the August event closing Monday, May 15.
The SALA office is expanding - we are searching for a new Administration Assistant for 3 days a week until September 2017.
Are you an artist with a yearning to exhibit at SALA but not sure where to start? Are you eager to know the secrets of a successful SALA exhibition? Are you aged 50+ and keen to take your artwork to a wider audience? Come along and find out everything you need to know from our panel of fellow 50+ artists and SALA Festival organisers.
Three South Australian artists have been selected to participate in the SALA Festival 2017 artist-in-residence program at SAHMRI (South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute), Adelaide Festival Centre and Flinders Medical Centre.
In association with SALA Festival, Country Health SA and University of South Australia are inviting proposals from South Australian visual artists or groups of artists to participate in an Artist in Residency program in 2017. The residencies will be based within the country mental health inpatient units located in Whyalla, Berri, Mount Gambier and Glenside Health sites.
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 2017 from South Australian artists or groups of artists for up to six months.