ANZAC Day at the Samstag Museum of Art
Thursday 25 April, 2pm until late
Samstag Museum of Art launches two major exhibitions from the Australian War Memorial, For Country, for Nation and Reality in flames: modern Australian art and the Second World War, with an afternoon of conversation, performance, food and music.
This program invites audiences to reflect on the First Nations experience during wartime and peace, both on home soil and abroad with performance by the Unbound Collective and a unique culinary experience by artist James Tylor. Click here for details.
James Tylor in conversation
Saturday 27 April, 1 — 2pm
Join Joanna Kitto, Associate Curator and artist James Tylor as we tour Australian War Memorial exhibition, For Country, for Nation.
Who holds the power of narration?
Tuesday 26 March, 5.30pm — 6.30pm
Gillian Brown, Curator and Joanna Kitto, Associate Curator look at the ways the artists of the Adelaide//International represent histories of migration and the impact of cultural exchange on communities and individuals. They examine the cognitive spaces Brook Andrew, Eugenia Lim, Lisa Reihana, and Ming Wong have created as exhibition makers, and the stories told through their works.
Adelaide//International Film Program
Saturday 2 March 2019, from 10am until late
The Adelaide//International Forum will provide a platform for debate on our changing and ever more connected world and will feature a performance by Eugenia Lim. Click here for details.
Adelaide//International Opening Party
Saturday 2 March 2019, 5pm — 7pm
Following the Forum, the West End comes alive!
Join us for our celebratory party with opening remarks by Adelaide Festival Co-Artistic Directors Neil Armfield AO and Rachel Healy, music by Hartway, pop-up bar by West Oak Hotel and food by Food Lore Kitchen.
Wednesday 27 February, 4 — 6pm
Join us for a special preview of the 2019 Adelaide//International and meet the Samstag Museum of Art team.