We are working with Adelaide Hills Council and there is community support for those impacted by the fire.
We're calling for the EPA to hold an urgent public meeting on the PFAS landfill site at McLaren Vale.
Cover photograph by Danielle Laan.
Our region is home to many talented and creative people, with one of the highest concentrations of artists per capita in South Australia.
The Port Noarlunga Arts Precinct provides a central and vibrant hub for experiencing and generating creativity and expression and is home to our 2 main arts venues, the Arts Centre and Sauerbier House.
The Arts Centre is a flexible arts space which includes galleries, performance space and studios available for hire and plays home to local arts, craft and theatrical groups.
Sauerbier House is a a creative centre programmed to support and foster contemporary art practice in the City of Onkaparinga. The kitchen facilities, river facing deck and surrounding grounds are available for private hire.
The Art Shop features local artists from the Onkaparinga region and showcases their paintings and prints, handmade jewellery, ceramics and woodwork, textiles and cards.Browse in-store or online.
Check out what's happening in the Port Noarlunga Arts Precinct in 2021.
Complete listing of art and music events, festivals and exhibitions.
Opportunities for artists including exhibitions, artists in residence, public art.
We have a diverse collection of public artworks for you to discover… from large-scale murals to steel sculptural installations and intricate glass work, the public art collection is ready for you to explore.
Fleurieu Arthouse is an artisan-hub in the heart of the wine region of McLaren Vale. Managed by the partnership team of Anna Small & Warren Pickering, supported by the City of Onkaparinga.
Expressway Arts is a join initiative between Carclew and City of Onkaparinga and aims to support young artists and creatives in the southern suburbs of Adelaide.
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Arts and Cultural Development Strategic Management Plan 2021-26
Signs are emerging.The great oceans and all within them, break their silence on the unsustainable human impacts they have endured.Pollution, overfishing and the many impacts from a changing climate are just some of the threats confronting the health of the sea, and subsequently our human future.
21 Wearing St, Port Noarlunga 5168
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South by South records experimental navigations that define the artist's sense of place in this world. Using the Lumen Printing process Gilbert explores and records the latent and unknown, making use of readily available objects, liquids and unused photographic printing paper.
Sauerbier House, 21 Wearing St, Port Noarlunga 5168
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Visiting artist Gilbert Roe shares a casual artist talk to discuss the lumen print process used to generate his current exhibition South by South.
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