Christopher & Therese Williams


Riverside Studio | 4 January - 27 March

Image: Therese Williams. Caspian Tern, 2021, charcoal on paper, 57 X 75 cm.

Exploring the Onkaparinga wetlands habitat.

[Ngangkiparri] where freshwater meets saltwater.

Drawn to the movement of aquatic birds - the divers and the waders - that swim, fly, hunt and gather above and below the water’s surface, collaborative duo Christopher and Therese Williams seek to collectively capture their water borne experiences and the movement of birds.Using sound, video and traditional field sketching as creative tools, the artists will work towards creating an exhibition filled with soundscape compositions, stop-motion animation and drawings.


During her time in the house Therese will offer an engaging practical skill sharing workshop to explore ways of drawing birds from the Onkaparinga Wetlands. Date to be announced. Watch our socials for details.


During the 2022 Adelaide Fringe Festival, Christopher Williams will present two free music afternoons in conjunction with Tenor saxophonist Derek Pascoe.

  • Saturday Mar 5th 2:30 pm 45 mins,
  • Saturday 12 March 2:30 pm 45 mins

This is a free event though bookings are essential as capacity limits apply (bookings essential).

Tickets available through FRINGE TIX


Exhibition dates: 26 March - 30 April
Exhibition venue: Sauerbier House, 21 Wearing St, Port Noarlunga SA 5167

Image credit: Therese Williams. Caspian Tern, 2021, charcoal on paper, 57 X 75 cm.