Emerging filmmakers & SA screen industry stakeholders are set to respond to Screen Australia, which has culled the Screen Network program that funds Adelaide’s Media Resource Centre.
In the final part of our look at The Stigwood Fellowship, we talk to Becc Bates from Arts SA and the Music Development Office about how this program is going…
In part two of our look at The Stigwood Fellowship, we asked two local organisations for their take on the government-funded initiative.
The Stigwood Fellowship has ruffled feathers in the SA music community. To find out more, we surveyed the local industry to get their thoughts.
You've heard The Pipe Guy, now meet the other creative sorts who work the beat of Rundle Mall.
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The Black Keys will return to Australia in 2015 in support of Turn Blue, the duo’s eighth long-player, which debuted at #1 on the ARIA and Billboard Charts.
The Black Keys, Alabama Shakes, George Clinton with Parliament Funkadelic plus a whole heap more make up the massive 2015 Bluesfest bill.
Footage has surfaced of a 16-year-old Katy Hudson dealing with the issues of adolescence and fame before she became one of the world's biggest pop stars.
Asgeir and Dan Sultan to join all venues, while Lorne and Byron Bay get a whole heap more.
DA'Burger gets into a Facebook fight with Cook Suck, loses.
According to Menz, there are 11,000 members of the FruChocs Appreciation Society (it's a real thing) and Friday, August 29, is their special day.
Back-to-basics dishes are balanced against a tongue-in-cheek selection of deceptively simple-sounding items.
From Tuesday, September 2, to Saturday, September 6, celebrate Adelaide’s iconic Central Market with the second annual Market Week.