Artist Spotlight #75: Angus Smith

Inspired by 90’s cartoons, street artists, and game designers, Angus Smith is an emerging illustrator and graphic designer. In our latest spotlight, Angus talks his inspiration and gives us a heads up for his upcoming SALA exhibition. Q: Hello Angus! Can you please tell us a bit about yourself? A: Hey! I’m a 22 year old Illustrator / Graphic Designer from Adelaide, I specialise in character … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #75: Angus Smith

Artist Spotlight #74: Jenna Pippett

Inspired by her ancestry, Jenna Pippett seeks to create aesthetic and visual connections that help her understand her family history. In our latest spotlight, Jenna talks about her busy month ahead and who would play her in a film about her life. Q: Hello Jenna! Can you please tell us a bit about yourself? A: I’m an emerging artist who graduated from the Adelaide Central School of … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #74: Jenna Pippett

Artist Spotlight #73: Alice Potter

Can’t get your hands on centuries-old rings seen on Antiques Roadshow? No problem, Alice Potter has you covered. Specialising in antique-resembling jewellery, Alice also creates stunning works of wearable, contemporary art. In our latest spotlight, Alice tells us about her unique style and her hopes for the future. Q: Hello Alice! Can you please tell us a bit about yourself? A: Hello! I am a South … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #73: Alice Potter

Theatre Review: A Doll’s House

What: A Doll’s House Where: Dunstan Playhouse When: Until 22nd July How Much: Adult $74, Concession $64, Under 30 $33, Primary/Secondary Student $29 The dilettante writing this review has recently discovered that Henrik Ibsen is the second most performed playwright after Shakespeare – the official guide (recommended reading!) and promotional material is quick to highlight this. While the canonisation of Shakespeare’s work obscures its origins … Continue reading Theatre Review: A Doll’s House

Artist Spotlight #72: Janine Dello

The capricious and complex nature of emotions of are skilfully captured in Janine Dello’s colourful portraits of women. In our latest spotlight, Janine tells us about her future exhibitions, and what she would like to see in the Adelaide art scene. Q: Hi Janine! Can you please tell us a bit about yourself? A: I am an Adelaide-based emerging artist. I have had a passion … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #72: Janine Dello