Artist Spotlight #58: Jorji Gardener

Jorji Gardener A landscape designer before she focused on visual art, Jorji Gardener’s eye for nature and her fondness for Eastern prints result in breathtaking lino works that depict the beautiful environment we live in. In our latest spotlight, Jorji talks about her artistry and her favourite galleries. Q: Hi Jorji! Can you please tell us a bit about yourself? A: I have always loved … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #58: Jorji Gardener

WOMADelaide 2017 Exclusive Interview: 30/70

30/70. Photo credit: Rhys Newling Melbourne’s jazz and hip hop scene will be well-represented at this year’s WOMADelaide with the spirited presence of 30/70. Mixing peppy tunes with Afrobeat sounds, this collective will be gracing the WOMADelaide stage on Saturday the 11th of March. In this exclusive interview, we find out who 30/70 are looking forward to seeing at this year’s WOMADelaide, and who they would love to … Continue reading WOMADelaide 2017 Exclusive Interview: 30/70

WOMADelaide 2017 Exclusive Interview: The Piyut Ensemble

The Piyut Ensemble. Photo credit: OLAMALÉ WOMADelaide 2017 brings you the Piyut Ensemble. They are a 14-piece group, with a sound inspired by synagogue melodies and Jewish Liturgical poetry from North Africa and the Middle East. These two influences are blended with their own international musical experiences, creating an original and entrancing style. Collage seized at the opportunity to interview Yair Harel about the formation … Continue reading WOMADelaide 2017 Exclusive Interview: The Piyut Ensemble

Adelaide Fringe Theatre Review: Night Creature

Night Creature poster. Photo credit: Lion House Theatre co. What: Night Creature Where: Noel Lothian Hall in the Adelaide Botanic Gardens How Much: Full Price $23.00, Concession $20.00, Group 6+ $20.00, Artist Discount $15.00, Fringe Member $20.00 When: 9:00pm, 24 – 26 February, 1st – 5th March The Greek myth of Scylla tells of a beautiful nymph-turned-sea monster, doomed to utter misery and wreaking havoc with all … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe Theatre Review: Night Creature

Adelaide Fringe Theatre Review: Trainspotting

Original cast photographs by Andreas Grieger What: Trainspotting Who: Edinburgh’s In Your Face and London’s Kings Head Theatre. Where: Station Underground When: Adelaide Fringe 17 Feb – 19 March Suitable for: Anyone over 16 who doesn’t mind gratuitous use of the c-word, full frontal male nudity, and simulated drug use. With the sequel just about to hit cinemas here in Australia, co-director and ex-pat Australian … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe Theatre Review: Trainspotting

Adelaide Fringe Circus Review: Fauna

What: Fauna Where: Ukiyo at Royal Croquet Club How Much: $28 full price, $17 concession, $20 Cheap Tuesday, $25 BankSA customer, $10 Artist Discount, $22 Fringe Member When: 23rd – 26th February, 28th February, 1st – 5th March, 7th – 19th March Never having been to any physical theatre in my life, Fauna has ignited a new found appreciation of the art form. The show … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe Circus Review: Fauna

Artist Spotlight #57: Rebecca Cooke

Rebecca Cooke The most exotic and colourful birds take centre stage in Rebecca Cooke’s intricate acrylic paintings. Inspired by global textiles and ceramics, Rebecca’s patterned artworks have been exhibited at the Art Images Gallery in Norwood and the Adelaide Airport. In our latest spotlight, Rebecca talks us through her artistic process and the artworks she would love to own. Q: Hello Rebecca! Can you please tell us … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #57: Rebecca Cooke