Archive for September, 2012
Lee Salomone tells Cath Kenneally all about his unique exhibition. Cath begins by setting the scene of the gallery and what you see as you enter the exhibtion.
other voices/altre voci continues at the aeaf till 25th October (check web site for details)
Amy Sebworth and Sophia Phillips spoke to Cath Keneally live in the studio to tell her all about Subversive Clay, their roles within it, some of the exhibited artists and where you can find the exhibitions.
Subversive Clay is on 28th Sept – 1st Oct
Fran Verrall, President of The Adelaide Philharmonia Chorus talks to Cath Kenneally about choirs history, mission and membership and their new work.
Kumuwuki / Big Wave, 2012 Regional Arts Australia National Conference – Artistic Director Steve Mayhew
Cath Kenneally talks to Steve about the more than 80 workshops and 20 performances that are a part of Kumuwuki / Big Wave, 2012 . For the first time in 14 years, South Australia is the host to this unique art festival that encompasses regional stories, Indigeonous stories, Projection Art, Soundscapes and much more. Listen and find out.
Kumuwuki / Big Wave, 2012 Regional Arts Australia National Conference – 18 to 21 October Goolwa
Ewart Shaw reviews Reaper Man at the Bakehouse Theatre and interviews Netta Yashchim who is directing a new production of Blasted (by Sarah Kane) for the State Theatre Company. Netta tells Ewart how she came to be directing this confrontational play and the challenges involved bringing it to the stage.
Reaper Man Finished on 29th September
Blasted by Sarah Kane, Directed by Netta Yashchin for the State Theatre Company,
5th Oct – 13th Nov
The smooth, mindful and ever so charming Corey Stewart, the consumate professional, talks to Cath Kenneally about SCALA’s FOOM competition, Artist programmed SCALA nights…. and his first solo CD ‘Seeing Stars’. Corey and band launch his CD at the Promethean on Sunday October 14th. Corey also performed ‘Back of My Mind’ and ‘Girl like You’.
Onkaparingas’ Shimmer Photographic Festival is in focus with artist Susan Laslett talking to Julia Wakefield.
Exihibitions continue at:
Penny’s Hill Gallery, Main Rd McLaren Vale
till 6th November
McLaren Vale and Fleurieu Visitors Centre
till 7th October
TAFE SA Students of O’Halloran Hill, at Maxwell Wines
till 3rd of November
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