Archive for regional SA
Cindi Drennan from Illuminart tells Cath about a most unusual, unique and creative experience that is ‘if there was any colour blacker than black i’d wear it’. Staged in Goolwa as part of the Kumuwuki Big Wave Regional Arts Australia National conference this multi venued work will take you places you have never been.
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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or ring 8326 5577
Geelong’s Back to Back Theatre company are coming to Goolwa to produce another of their compelling video works – The Democratic Set. Locals will be able to have their 15 seconds of fame with shooting taking place in Goolwa’s Centenary Hall on May 30th through to 1st June. There’s a screening for participants and friends on 2 June and a public screening during Kumuwuki/Big Wave, the Regional Arts Australia National Conference in October. Rhian Hinkely gives Nikki Marcel the brief as to what people can do in their 15 seconds in a wooden cube.
Broadcast 26 May 2012
The JMG Band are no strangers to Arts Breakfast. Last time we had some of the members into the studio along with Heather Frahn. Today their long time director Robert Petchell joins Nikki Marcel from Goolwa where they’re busy setting up for another great concert this afternoon at 2pm.
Broadcast 19 May 2012
There are three very funny women down at Goolwa who are taking to the stage as Three Stuffed Mums as part of the Just Add Water program. Kehau Jackson is the empty nester mum and talks with Owen Saville about the comedic side of motherhood.
Broadcast on 14 April 2012
The Adnyamathanha people of the arid Gammon Ranges have had a turbulent history but have maintained a very strong culture and connection to their land. Australians are encouraged to experience the Aboriginal family owned cultural centre – Iga Warta, located between Copley and Nepabunna. Terence Coulthard is an Adnyamathanha elder and family member behind Iga Warta and takes Nikki Marcel on a quick tour.
Broadcast 22 Jan 2012
how many times have you moved? Do you embrace change or resist it? Being New in Town is great creative material for artists who have moved to the Goolwa region. Curator Annabelle Collett talks with Nikki Marcel about the steady influx of artists to the region.
Broadcast on 14 Jan 2012