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Illuminate Adelaide 2022

Illuminate Adelaide is now on with tickets selling fast.

See the Illuminate Adelaide Graduate Pathways Program recipients Alycia Bennett and Cristina Metelli in the free City Lights program from the 15th – 31st of July 2022.

Also featured is Ramsay(2019) and Archibald(2020) prize winner Vincent Namatjira with his work Going out Bush.

 

East Precinct

Alycia Bennett – Face Value

Everyone loves a photo booth – but there’s more to this photo booth than meets the eye.

Encouraging audiences to participate in a continuous updating portrait, Alycia Bennett and Rei de Vries’ collaboration Face Value is an evolving and amalgamated reflection of our community. Taking each individual’s photo and adding it to the collective canvas, this photo booth creates a striking homogenised portrait, morphing and changing over time as more and more participants add their photo to the artwork. Be sure to stay for your portrait to be printed in this playful example of collective image making!

Cristina Metelli – Within the Landscape

South Australian artist Cristina Metelli’s creative work started early in life, exploring different approaches to drawing, sculpture and painting, each medium providing her with different ways of expressing her connection to nature. Focusing on her current abstract oil paintings as a source of inspiration, Within the Landscape takes advantage of Cristina’s experiments in digital projections to translate paint into light.

 

North Precinct

Vincent Namatjira – Going out Bush

A painter from Indulkana in South Australia’s Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands, Vincent Namatjira has established himself as a celebrated portraitist and a subversive chronicler of Australian history. He is an Archibald and Ramsay Art Prize winner, as well as being the great-grandson of the renowned Western Aranda artist Albert Namatjira.

In Going Out Bush the colonial façade of the Art Gallery of South Australia is temporarily relocated to the Central Australian desert.  Here, ‘out bush’, the building becomes a stage set for a vibrant and witty series of encounters where the Aboriginal flag takes pride of place and ghost gums grow as AGSA’s new architectural columns.

Operation Flinders

This week Operation Flinders launched their High Ropes Course, a new adventure experience for young people attending the eight-day Operation Flinders program.

It is expected that more than 550 young people will use high ropes course as part of their 100km trek across the outback property this year.

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The Australian Ballet

In celebration of The Australian Ballet’s 60th anniversary season the company has today announced a reimagined Swan Lake will be taking fight in 2023, enabled by a unique partnership with the company’s generous friends and philanthropic supporters.

James and Diana always admired and enjoyed the visual and performing arts and supporting The Australian Ballet during their lives was their absolute joy We are thrilled to support The Australian Ballet, while also honouring the 100th anniversary of James Ramsay’s birth in 2023.

Image: Branco Gaica, Artists of The Australian Ballet in Anne Woolliams’ Swan Lake 1983

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Youth Focus Group

In February 2022, the James and Diana Ramsay Foundation (JDRF) convened a workshop for leaders of our grant recipient organisations working with young people….

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