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Arts at Home: your guide to the best Adelaide has on offer


Welcome to Arts at Home, the new weekly magazine made in partnership with Adelaide’s most celebrated artistic institutions. Part entertainment, part education and a whole lot of inspiration, Arts at Home brings the community together to enjoy South Australia’s creative lifeblood.

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Each issue of the Arts at Home magazine features one of South Australia’s famed arts organisations. Simply scroll through the issues to discover the vibrancy that continues to set the state apart. Or subscribe to our weekly update so you don’t miss a thing.

Arts at Home | Issue 5: Samstag | May 15, 2020

Art makers, curators, directors and galleries are re-examining the physical nature of art.

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Arts at Home | Issue 4: History Trust of South Australia | May 8, 2020

History Trust of South Australia continues to live online

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Arts at Home | Issue 3: Windmill Theatre Co | May 1, 2020

When Windmill Theatre Co was taken offstage earlier in the year, they asked themselves (and their community of incredible artists), ‘how does Windmill tell stories in the digital space?’.

The answer is Windmill at Home – a new digital platform that seeks to bring some trademark Windmill joy into isolation. Expect stories from some of South Australia’s finest artists, award-winning interactive experiences and the chance to spend a lot of quality time with your good friend Grug.

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Arts at Home | Issue 2: Australian Dance Theatre | April 29, 2020

The ADT is offering audiences a free season of online dance performances as it explores the new reality and what it means for the arts.

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Arts at Home | Issue 1: MOD. | April 24, 2020

One of the first institutions on North Terrace to close its doors to the public, MOD. is already fully operational online with a huge list of digital and interactive exhibits for you to visit. We speak with director of MOD. and futurist Dr Kristin Alford about art in the age of ‘Life Interrupted.’

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