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South Australian Museum

The South Australian Museum has been committed to making Australia’s natural and cultural heritage accessible, engaging and fun for over 150 years. It is a place where families can learn and grow together. Today the Museum is one of the most visited museums in Australia and holds collections of national and international significance. It is a leader in remote and regional community engagement, and in Australian Aboriginal heritage and scientific research.

South Australian Presenters Association (SAPA)

Where performing arts meets audience Formed in 2013, SAPA is a new state association representing South Australian performing arts presenters. SAPA aims to develop and maintain networks in the performing arts industry and to support and assist members with programming within their venue. As a support mechanism SAPA will look to increase the professionalism of the management and operation of South Australian performing arts venues and foster cultural leadership across the state.

South Australian School of Art (SASA) Gallery

The South Australian School of Art (SASA) Gallery aims to hold exhibitions and related events that reflect the commitment of the School of Art, Architecture and Design to the development of art & design that is contemporary, critical & experimental. It aims to promote the school by exhibiting the works of staff, students and those who have a connection with the SASA either as graduates, previous staff, artists-in-residence or through other affiliations.

South Australia’s History Festival

History SA is proud to present South Australia's History Festival. This is one of South Australia’s largest community events. It promotes the State’s wonderful collections, places and stories through an amazing range of history-related activities. It began in 2004 as SA History Week and has grown each year, becoming a month-long festival in 2011, when it was known as About Time. It is now known simply as South Australia's History Festival.

Southern Theatre and Arts Supporters (STARS)

STARS fosters & provides access to all forms of the arts in the Southern Region of South Australia. It sponsors exhibitions (painting, photography, sculpture, costume), supports the performing arts (dance, music, opera, theatre) and provides grants to emerging artists. It also organises arts festivals & events and provides a venue for local community groups and small scale events. STARS together with the Helpmann Academy presents the Keith Michell performing arts award.

Southern Youth Theatre Ensemble

Southern Youth Theatre Ensemble (SYTE) is a valued innovative and sustainable Youth Theatre Ensemble committed to pursuing the principles of inclusion and best practice in a collaborative and professional environment. We offer performance opportunities and run workshop programs in Port Noarlunga, Yankalilla, Victor Harbor and Goolwa. SYTE workshops and projects aim to empower and develop interpersonal and communication skills and foster the imagination's of young people from our local community and their audiences.

Splash Theatre Company

Splash Theatre Company evolved from a production of The Wind in the Willows presented at the Adelaide Botanic Garden in 1997. Several members of that production team (Heidi Weatherald, Eugene Suleau, Martin Christmas and Chris John) formed the core of the company which produced the first 2 shows over the first couple of years (Stage Fright and That’s Disgusting!) enlisting extra cast members as needed.

Sprott / Sweeney

Jason Sweeney and Fiona Sprott have been working together as writer/researchers, performance-makers and media-making artists for many years. They have always maintained a commitment to flexible performance and ‘public’ outcomes for their work, and as such, deliberately sets out to create a mess of ideas, an overload of performative and artistic provocations, textual, sonic and visual excess, which are all anchored in the ways in which we tell our stories to others, and develop intimacy in an era of globalisation.

St Paul's Creative Centre

The St Paul’s Creative Centre on the corner of Pulteney Street and Flinders Street in the CBD is the location of a new collaborative co-workspace for the South Australian creative industries and arts sectors. The vision for this new collaborative space is to:
  • Provide an environment for arts and business incubation;
  • Create an environment that encourages collaboration and connectivity through physical and digital clustering of arts and broader creative industry businesses and practitioners;

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