SALA Gala Dada Dance


Joe Felber, cub-art, Digital photograph

One hundred and one years ago a group of artists got together in Zurich and formed a movement. Emerging amid the brutality of World War 1 Dadaism confronted the nightmare of reason with unreason—with nonsense, questioning conformity and embracing the absurd.

20 years ago under the leadership of SALA's founding father Paul Greenaway, a group of artists got together to form a festival to celebrate South Australian artists.

Celebrate SALA’s 20th at a Dada inspired evening embracing the experimental -whimsical wines, fanciful food and postmodern beats for art defying dancing.

Dress: daring fashion that breaks the rules.
 

Proudly supported by The Propaganda Club

 

Tickets $125, special artist price $65

Tickets include a drinks package, Dada meal, Dada inspired entertainment and entry to the offical after party at The Propaganda Club.

Purchase tickets here