Santos Atrium

Events Calendar


Tuesday 3 March, 12.30pm 
Lunchtime Talk
Jane Messenger, Curator of European Art speaks about the selected works of Bill Viola.
Cost: Free
Where: Galleries 9, 10 & 11

Tuesday 10 March, 12.30pm 
Lunchtime Talk
Alice Clanachan, Assistant Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs speaks about Robyn Stacey's, Fontaine de Vaucluse.
Cost: Free
Where: Gallery 15

Tuesday 17 March, 12.30pm 
Lunchtime Talk
Julie Robinson, Senior Curator, Prints , Drawings and Photographs speaks about selected works in the exhibition Trent Parke: The Black Rose.
Cost: Free
Where: In the exhibition

Tuesday 24 March, 12.30pm 
Lunchtime Talk
South Australian artist Louise Haselton, speaks about her work of art, Scrutineers.
Cost: Free
Where: Gallery 6

Saturday 28 March, 2-4pm
Trent Parke in Focus
Join Trent Parke, exhibition curators Julie Robinson and Maria Zagala and invited guest speakers Alasdair Foster (freelance art writer and curator) and Bronwyn Rennex (Director of Stills Gallery, Sydney) for an engaging afternoon of talks and conversation.
Cost: Free
Where: Radford Auditorium
Bookings essential: call 08 8207 7035 or Book online

Tuesday 31 March, 12.30pm 
Lunchtime Talk
Maria Zagala, Associate Curator, Prints, Drawings and Photographs speaks about selected works in the exhibition Trent Parke: The Black Rose.
Cost: Free
Where: In the exhibition

Sunday 5 April, 11am - 3pm
START at the Gallery,
Happy Easter
Celebrate new beginnings for Easter. See the inspiring collection of Australian decorative arts in the display A Chance Beginning and make your own work of art.  Take an Easter trail and finish with a special treat!
Cost: Free, all materials supplied
Where: Various locations in the Art Gallery

Tuesday 7 April, 12.30pm 
Lunchtime Talk
Robert Reason, Curator of Australian and European Decorative Arts presents a talk on the Lyons Collection of Australian Decorative Art display.
Cost: Free
Where: Gallery 19A

Saturday 11 April, 2pm
INDOfest at the Gallery
Hear about the exotic Indonesian art produced for global markets in the age of spices from the upcoming exhibition Treasure Ships: Art In The Age Of Spices, presented by James Bennett, Curator of Asian Art and Russell Kelty, Assistant Curator of Asian Art. The lecture will be preceded by special INDOfest guided tours at the Botanic Gardens, with special attention to spices. For full details visit www. indofest.com.au.
At 3pm, following the lecture, artists from local performance groups Rebana and Saman will present Islamic dance and devotional music. We welcome Gallery members, patrons and general public to these free events and encourage you to support the IndoFest Festival in early April.
Cost: Free
Where: Radford Auditorium
Bookings essential: call 08 8207 7035 or Book online

Sunday 12 April, 2pm
Artist's Lecture
Trent Parke – my journey to date
Come and hear Trent Parke speak about his life journey as a photographer, the formative early years, his elevation to the elite membership of world class Magnum Photographers and his continuing quest to take the perfect picture.
Cost: Free
Where: Radford Auditorium
Bookings essential: Call 08 8207 7035 or Book online

Tuesday 14 April, 12.30pm 
Lunchtime Talk
Trent Parke, photographer, speaks about his exhibition and highlights specific works, key in the development of  The Black Rose project.
Cost: Free
Where: In the exhibition

Tuesday 14 April, 10.30am
ASO Family Jam at the Art Gallery
Get creative - making music is fun! This exciting new initiative offers school aged children opportunities to come together to create music in Adelaide's iconic Cultural Precinct venues.  Facilitator and jazz violinist Julian Ferraretto will lead these workshops, assisted by musicians of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.  Children will explore the links between music and related works of art on display, before creating a musical response in a fun-filled jam session.  Places limited. 
Cost: Free
Where: Meet at the North Terrace entrance to the Art Gallery.
Bookings: 08 8207 7005

Tuesday 14 April, 12pm
ASO Family Jam at the Art Gallery
Get creative - making music is fun! This exciting new initiative offers school aged children opportunities to come together to create music in Adelaide's iconic Cultural Precinct venues.  Facilitator and jazz violinist Julian Ferraretto will lead these workshops, assisted by musicians of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.  Children will explore the links between music and related works of art on display, before creating a musical response in a fun-filled jam session.  Places limited.
Cost: Free
Where: Meet at the North Terrace entrance to the Art Gallery.
Bookings: 08 8207 7005

School Holiday Workshops, Play with Light
Monday 13 - Friday 17 April 2015
Play with light these school holidays at the Art Gallery making images onto sun print paper.
When: 10am, 11.30am: 5-8 year olds, 1pm: 9-12 year olds.
Cost: $5 per child, all materials supplied
Where: Radford Auditorium
Bookings essential: Call 08 8207 7005 or email: public.programs@artgallery.sa.gov.au
Age Suitability: children aged 5-12 years.

School Holiday Workshops, Gooroo Animation 
Monday 20, Tuesday 21 & Wednesday 22 April, Stop Motion (Claymation) workshops
Thursday 23 & Friday 24 April, Flipbook Creation workshops

The GooRoo Animation workshops program teaches kids how to create their own flipbooks and claymation movies. It provides a great introductory understanding of the craft of animation. Students create their own plasticine character and make it come to life using the animation software readily available on iPads and iPods. At the end the animations are played back to the other groups, parents, friends and family on the big screen. They will also get a behind the scenes look at GooRoo characters and films, observe a live stop-motion demonstration, understand the different animation styles, see how animation has changed since the early days of Walt Disney, and of course... have lots of fun.
When: 10am – 4pm each workshop
Cost: $30 per student
Where: Function Room
Bookings essential: Call 08 8207 7005 or Book online 
Age Suitability: Students aged 12-15 years

EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOPS
Alive: Conversations with light
Thursday 23 & Friday 24 April 2015
Artist Gregory Ackland takes a closer look at key works in Trent Parke: The Black Rose, and discusses the concept of self, memory and significance through the genre of photography. In these one-day workshops for teachers and senior secondary students, Ackland facilitates a black and white photography workshop; seeing, sensing and communicating through narrative. Participants are able to explore a conceptual and personal approach to digital photographic possibilities in their own art making. 
Ackland is Principal Lecturer - Visual Art //Studio Head Photography & Digital Media @ Adelaide College of the Arts.
When: 10am - 4pm each workshop
Suitability: Primary, secondary, TRT and pre-service teachers; and Senior secondary students
Cost: Students $45 / $30 equity and country students. Individual student registration welcomed.
Teachers $90. Certificates provided (linked to the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers)
All materials supplied. BYO Digital SLR or smartphone. Limited to 15 participants.
Where: Radford Auditorium
Bookings essential: agsa.education@artgallery.sa.gov.au

Wednesday 29 April, 7pm
COMPOSITIONS: A Musical Close-Up Tyran Parke
Photos in Focus: A Musical Homage with Family Ties
This unique collaboration brings together the talents of two brothers: Trent Parke, the photographer and Tyran Parke, an actor, singer and writer. The result is a moving theatrical performance that explores their childhood through Trent’s images and Tyran’s musical skill, featuring scores written by some of the leading composers working today. A powerful one night only performance that will enhance your Trent Parke: The Black Rose experience.
Where: Radford Auditorium
Bookings Essential: 08 8207 7035 or Book online
Cost: $40 non-member, $35 members/concession


Programs subject to change without notice.
 

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