Friday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Friday, 16th February

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Saturday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Saturday, 17th February

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Monday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Monday, 19th February

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Tuesday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Tuesday, 20th February

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Wednesday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Wednesday, 21st February

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Thursday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Thursday, 22nd February

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Friday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Friday, 23rd February

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Saturday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Saturday, 24th February

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Sunday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Sunday, 25th February

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Monday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Monday, 26th February

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Tuesday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Tuesday, 27th February

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Wednesday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Wednesday, 28th February

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Thursday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Thursday, 1st March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Friday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Friday, 2nd March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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  • Divided Worlds Preview for Members

    1.30PM - 3.30PM Friday, 2nd March

    Members are invited to be among the first to experience the 2018 Adelaide Biennial at this exclusive preview and curator’s tour. 324

  • First Fridays – Adelaide Biennial: Divided Worlds

    5.00PM - 9.00PM Friday, 2nd March

    Make First Fridays your first Friday night destination. Hear from artists, curators and special guests and enjoy live performances and the Gallery’s hospitality until 9pm. First Fridays are a great way to catch up with friends and ease into the weekend.

    A First Fridays event presented free by the John T Reid Charitable Trusts and the Thyne Reid Foundation
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Saturday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Saturday, 3rd March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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  • Vernissage Weekend – Forum One: DIVIDED WORLDS OF TIME

    10.00AM - 11.00AM Saturday, 3rd March

    Following an introduction by Curator Erica Green, this panel discussion, chaired by Lisa Slade, Assistant Director at the Art Gallery of South Australia, looks at the ‘temporal’ as a key agent in the dividing and uniting of worlds. Artists include Julie Gough, Timothy Horn and Christian Thompson.

  • Vernissage Weekend – Forum two: UNIVERSAL CONCERNS

    11.30AM - 12.30PM Saturday, 3rd March

    Chaired by Leigh Robb, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Art Gallery of South Australia, this panel discussion contemplates the entanglement of matter and meaning and considers how contemporary artists negotiate culture, cosmology and spirituality in their work. Artists include Amos Gebhardt, Hayden Fowler and Khaled Sabsabi.

  • Vernissage Weekend Artist Talks and Performances

    1.00PM - 4.30PM Saturday, 3rd March

    Featuring artists Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro, the Ken Sisters, Nike Savaas, John R Walker, Tamara Dean, Pip + Pop and Louise Hearman.

     

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    4.00PM - 5.00PM Saturday, 3rd March

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

  • VERNISSAGE weekend – West ENd PARTY and ACE OPEN EXHIBITION LAUNCH

    5.00PM - 7.00PM Saturday, 3rd March

    VERNISSAGE PARTY AND MONDO FUTURO – Gather in Fenn Place for the west end celebration of the Adelaide Biennial and the launch of the 2018 Samstag program, presented by the Samstag Museum of Art, University of South Australia.

    Experience a demonstration of Mondo Futuro, 2017 by Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro. This work of art utilises a vintage retro-engineered Mercedes 220S, a car from the mid-1950s, which runs not on petrol or diesel but on a bio fuel derived from a process in which gas is extracted from heated wood. Enjoy music by Max Savage and the False Idols with pop-up bar by the West Oak Hotel.

    ACE OPEN EXHIBITION LAUNCH ACE Open heralds the arrival of eleven – a national collective of leading Muslim Australian contemporary artists, curators and writers, with their first major exhibition, Waqt al-tagheer: Time of change. Exhibition continues until 21 April.

Sunday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Sunday, 4th March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    5.00PM - 6.00PM Sunday, 4th March

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

  • Vernissage Weekend Artist Talks and Performances

    10.00AM - 12.00PM Sunday, 4th March

    10-11am at JAMFACTORY
    Kirsten Coelho and Maria Fernanda Cardoso

    11–12pm at the BRADLEY FORUM, UNISA, LEVEL 5 HAWKE BUILDING
    Douglas Watkin and Angelica Mesiti

    11am & 12.15pm at ACE OPEN
    Artist talks with a twist. Bookings essential at aceopen.art

  • Start at the Gallery: Divided Worlds

    11.00AM - 3.00PM Sunday, 4th March

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  • Vernissage Weekend – University Art Museums Australia Keynote

    1.00PM - 2.00PM Sunday, 4th March

    BECOMING RESEARCH: THE WAY WE WORK NOW
    University Art Museums Australia keynote address by Professor Irit Rogoff

    Contemporary research no longer recognises the stricture of an informing discipline or the limitations of an interpretative audience. We have moved on from working from inherited knowledges to working from the conditions of our lives. It is in fact our work, no longer distanced by illusions of objectivity, that has capacities to change those conditions through forms of direct engagement, both intellectual and cultural. The way we work now, refracted through a set of contemporary conditions and informed by a new vocabulary that goes beyond the critical, is a form of performative enactment.

    Irit Rogoff is an international museum writer, educator and curator. She works at the meeting ground between contemporary practices, politics and philosophy and is currently Professor of Visual Culture at Goldsmiths, University of London, a department she founded in 2002. This event has been initiated by University Art Museums Australia (UAMA) who represents the nation’s university art museum sector undertaking research and advocacy, fostering the exchange of information and ideas, and contributing to the public understanding of the significance of university art museums to the cultural fabric of the nation.

  • Vernissage Weekend – ACE OPEN PANEL DISCUSSION AND PUBLICATION LAUNCH

    1.30PM - 4.00PM Sunday, 4th March

    Join curators, writers and artists Safdar Ahmed, Nur Shkembi, Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, Hoda Afshar and Eugenia Flynn for a conversation examining the central themes presented in Waqt al-tagheer: Time of change

  • Vernissage Weekend – Forum three: ART AND THE WORLD WE KNOW

    2.00PM - 3.00PM Sunday, 4th March

    Chaired by Maria Zagala, Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs at the Art Gallery of South Australia, this panel discussion asks if art, in a dangerous, deeply divided and troubled world, can realistically make a difference? Artists include Vernon Ah Kee, Emily Floyd and Patrick Pound.

  • Vernissage Weekend – Forum Four: THE SOVEREIGN WORLD OF ART

    3.30PM - 4.30PM Sunday, 4th March

    Chaired by writer and curator Julie Ewington, this panel looks at the pervasive and international proliferation of biennials.
    What do these developments mean for Australian art? Artists include Kristian Burford, Lindy Lee and Patricia Piccinini.

  • Vernissage Weekend – Adelaide Botanic Garden Opening

    5.00PM - 7.00PM Sunday, 4th March

    Launch of Divided Worlds in the Adelaide Botanic Garden featuring an introduction by Curator Erica Green and the work of artists Vernon Ah Kee, Tamara Dean and Christian Thompson and experience a demonstration of Mondo Futuro, 2017 by Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro

Monday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Monday, 5th March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Monday, 5th March

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Tuesday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Tuesday, 6th March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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  • Tuesday Lunchtime Talk

    12.30PM - 1.00PM Tuesday, 6th March

    Join us for a lunchtime talk led by curators and invited guests and delve deeper into the Adelaide Biennial.
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Wednesday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Wednesday, 7th March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Wednesday, 7th March

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Thursday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Thursday, 8th March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Friday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Friday, 9th March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Saturday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Saturday, 10th March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Sunday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Sunday, 11th March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Monday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Monday, 12th March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Tuesday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Tuesday, 13th March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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  • Tuesday Lunchtime Talk

    12.30PM - 1.00PM Tuesday, 13th March

    Join us for a lunchtime talk led by curators and invited guests and delve deeper into the Adelaide Biennial. 

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Wednesday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Wednesday, 14th March

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Thursday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Thursday, 15th March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Friday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Friday, 16th March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Saturday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Saturday, 17th March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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  • All Day Educators Connect

    10.00AM - 4.00PM Saturday, 17th March

    Join artist Roy Ananda and the Learning Team for a tour of the 2018 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Divided Worlds and participate in a full day of fun and creative ‘making’ sessions to use in your classrooms.

    Recommended All educators, TRT and pre-service educators
    Bookings essential

Sunday

  • Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light

    8.30PM - 12.30AM Sunday, 18th March

    The Art Gallery will be a major highlight of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe’s The Parade of Light connecting the city’s eastern parklands to the Riverbank precinct.

    Artist Lindy Lee has worked with Electric Canvas to illuminate the Gallery façade at night and describes her work as being about ‘the bigness of the universe’.

    The projection will be alongside Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six metre tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP STUDIO on the North Terrace forecourt.

    Presented in association with Adelaide Fringe.

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Monday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Monday, 19th March

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Tuesday

  • Tuesday Lunchtime Talk

    12.30PM - 1.00PM Tuesday, 20th March

    Join us for a lunchtime talk led by curators and invited guests and delve deeper into the Adelaide Biennial. 

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Wednesday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Wednesday, 21st March

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Monday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Monday, 26th March

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Tuesday

  • Tuesday Lunchtime Talk

    12.30PM - 1.00PM Tuesday, 27th March

    Join us for a lunchtime talk led by curators and invited guests and delve deeper into the Adelaide Biennial. 

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Wednesday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Wednesday, 28th March

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Wednesday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Wednesday, 4th April

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Friday

  • First Fridays – FANTASY WORLDS

    5.00PM - 9.00PM Friday, 6th April

    Make First Fridays your first Friday night destination. Hear from artists, curators and special guests and enjoy live performances and the Gallery’s hospitality until 9pm. First Fridays are a great way to catch up with friends and ease into the weekend.
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Monday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Monday, 9th April

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Wednesday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Wednesday, 11th April

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Saturday

  • Neo – TEEN TAKEOVER

    6.00PM - 8.00PM Saturday, 14th April

    A program for 13–17 year olds, NEO is proudly supported by the Balnaves Foundation.

    To coincide with the Gallery’s growing First Fridays program, young audiences will invigorate the Gallery with their own designated social space that will be enlivened with music, film screenings and conversations with and about artists. Through peer-led learning, young artists and thinkers will lead and inspire each other. 560

Monday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Monday, 16th April

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

  • School Holiday Program: Divided Worlds

    1.00PM - 2.00PM Monday, 16th April

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Tuesday

  • Tuesday Lunchtime Talk

    12.30PM - 1.00PM Tuesday, 17th April

    Join us for a lunchtime talk led by curators and invited guests and delve deeper into the Adelaide Biennial.
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Wednesday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Wednesday, 18th April

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Sunday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    12.00PM - 1.00PM Sunday, 22nd April

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Monday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Monday, 23rd April

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Monday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Monday, 30th April

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Wednesday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Wednesday, 2nd May

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Monday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Monday, 7th May

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Tuesday

  • Tuesday Lunchtime Talk

    12.30PM - 1.00PM Tuesday, 8th May

    Join us for a lunchtime talk led by curators and invited guests and delve deeper into the Adelaide Biennial.
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Wednesday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Wednesday, 9th May

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Monday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Monday, 14th May

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Wednesday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Wednesday, 16th May

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Wednesday

  • Adelaide Cinémathèque: Making Worlds

    7.00PM - 8.00PM Wednesday, 23rd May

    Mercury Cinema Cinémathèque Season

    3 March until 23 May 2018

    This Adelaide Cinémathèque’s theme is Making Worlds. Filmmakers express their ideas about the impact of divided worlds and their consideration of new world orders, both dystopic and other, which may arise out of the ashes.

    Vernissage Weekend Program

    Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm, Timbuktu
    Sunday 4 Mar at 5pm, The Three Rooms of Melancholia

    Co-curated by Gail Kovatseff and Adele Hann in response to films suggested by participating Biennial artists.

    Season passes start at $30. Art Gallery members receive 10% discount.

    Bookings and full program at Mercury Cinema

Tuesday

  • Tuesday Lunchtime Talk

    12.30PM - 1.00PM Tuesday, 29th May

    Join us for a lunchtime talk led by curators and invited guests and delve deeper into the Adelaide Biennial.
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