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Hahndorf Academy

The Hahndorf Academy is a regional centre for arts and heritage in the Adelaide Hills showing exhibitions of visual art and retail gallery of South Australian contemporary craft. The rich history of the local community is presented in the Academy's museum and room of Community Cabinets. Congratulations to HARRY SHERWIN for being awarded the 2011 Nora Heysen Centenary Art Prize for Still Life and to Louise Feneley for winning the Peoples Choice Award. Next year 'Interpretation of Place' the Heysen Prize for Landscape Art will return.

Helpmann Academy

The Helpmann Academy is the only organisation of its kind in Australia, empowering South Australia’s most promising emerging creatives to realise their visions and build sustainable practices. Helpmann provides professional development opportunities including grants and awards, fellowships, mentorships, masterclasses and seminars, advisory services and international artist residencies, all tailored specifically for South Australia’s higher education students, graduates and emerging artists.

Higher Ground Inc

A multidisciplinary arts space located on Light Square in the heart of Adelaide's Cultural Quarter. "From seed to maturity we challenge ourselves to foster and facilitate Art as integral to Life. Look up .... " Higher Ground offers three distinctive and flexible spaces:
  • The main theatre seats from 100 to 250 and can accommodate theatre, dance, comedy, film, cabaret or live music. 
  • The Artbase with a capacity of 120 is suitable to intimate performance, networking events & workshops and clubs. 

History Trust of South Australia

The History Trust of South Australia preserves, researches and promotes South Australian history and makes it accessible through a range of community programs. These programs include South Australia’s History Festival, an annual event that showcases history in every region of the state. The History Trust cares for the State History Collection, and manages three well known museums: the Migration Museum, National Motor Museum and South Australian Maritime Museum, and the Centre of Democracy – a collaboration with the State Library of South Australia.

Holden Street Theatres

We strive to create work for South Australian artists and arts workers by making and presenting theatrical productions of the highest calibre. We seek new approaches to making theatre and at a time when venues are closing and are threatening to close, we continue to contribute to the continued vitality of theatre and the arts industry.
We continue to develop new strategies to create employment opportunities and support the cultural future of South Australia.