September 10, 2020
What's On

What’s On: Art exhibits, garden fun and an excuse to move

It's back! As SA cautiously opens up once more for COVID-safe public events, we're thrilled to reinstate our weekly What's On listing...

You’re only human

You’re only human, after all is an exhibition at the Adelaide Town Hall exploring emotional expression and human connection. Presented by Guildhouse and curated by Steph Cibich, it showcases work of various styles and media by seven emerging and established South Australian artists, including Margaret Richards, whose painting Tjukula Tjuta is pictured.


Fling into spring

The Spring Fling is on this Saturday, and each Saturday this month at the Mt Pleasant Showground. From 8am until 1pm, stallholders will showcase a range of wares, from garden tools, garden art, garden care products and, of course, lots of plants.


Celebrating SA artists

A snapshot of contemporary South Australian art is being presented at ACE Open from September 12 until December 12. If the future is to be worth anything: 2020 South Australian Artist Survey is a free exhibition of new work by 10 artists and collectives — including Ngarrindjeri artist Sandra Saunders, who exhibited the paintings shown here during the 2019 Tarnanthi Festival. There will also be artist talks and workshops.


Photo by Meaghan Coles

Taking steps

Primary school children across the state are being encouraged to incorporate regular walking into their daily routine, and there’s never a better time to begin than today – National Walk Safely to School Day. Walk some, or all, of the way to school by getting off the bus, train or tram a few stops earlier. Or if you couldn’t squeeze a walk in this morning, try walking home instead.


What more of what’s happening around the state this month, pick up the September issue of SALIFE magazine. 

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