2010 EVENTS

Abstract Nature, 2010, installation detail

Saturday 27 November, 3pm

Artist Trevor Nickolls presents an artist floor talk, followed by drinks and canapes to celebrate the festive season.

 

Thursday 25 November, 5.30pm

Teachers event to launch 2011 exhibitions program and education resources.

 

Saturday 23 October, 4pm

Curator Stephen Rainbird presents an introductory talk on the exhibition A Generosity of Spirit, to coincide with the launch of both exhibitions A Generosity of Spirit and Other side art: Trevor Nickolls, a survey of paintings and drawings 1972–2007.

 

Saturday 31 July, 3pm

Curator Margot Osborne in conversation with artists participating in Abstract Nature.

 

Thursday 24 June, 6pm

A special screening of The Passing by Bill Viola is presented at the Iris Cinema Saturday.

 

Saturday 22 May, 3pm

John Neylon presents a teachers' professional development forum on Mirror Mirror.

 

Saturday 15 May, 3pm

Curator Dr Ann Stephen in conversation with Mirror Mirror artists.

 

Tuesday 02 – Thursday 04 March

Adelaide Festival 2010 artists' workshops. A program of artist workshops giving emerging artists the rare opportunity to work alongside selected international guests of the 2010 Adelaide Festival Visual Arts Program. Supported by the Helpmann Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts.

 

Friday 26 February – Monday 01 March

2010 Adelaide Festival: Artists' Week Allan Scott Theatre and Bradley Forum, Hawke Building. Held as part of the 2010 Adelaide Festival, four-day symposium Art in the Global Present considers some of the most significant questions for contemporary art today with over 40 international and Australian speakers. Visit adelaidefestival.com.au. Artists' Week Program.

 

Wednesday 24 February, 5pm

University Art Museums Australia present the inaugural Nick Waterlow Memorial Oration by Michael Rush, former Director, The Rose Museum, Brandeis University, Massachusetts, USA. Bradley Forum, Hawke Building.

Elephant on the block, Erica Green 

Our public galleries feel funding strain, The Advertiser