November 2022

Frida & Diego: Love & Revolution opens at AGSA in 2023

Frida Kahlo, Andy Warhol, and Vincent Namatjira to headline 2023 program at AGSA

October 2022

Emma Fey appointed as AGSA’s new Assistant Director, Operations

Richard Bell’s Embassy to take up residence at AGSA, as the Aboriginal Tent Embassy marks 50 years of First Nations activism

Gerry Wedd’s ceramics brought to life in immersive installation WAVE

September 2022

Andy Warhol & Photography: A Social Media exclusively at AGSA for 2023 Adelaide Festival

Vincent Ciccarello appointed as AGSA’s new Head of Philanthropy and Enterprise

Tarnanthi Art Fair goes online in 2022 with thousands of works from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists

August 2022

Nalini Malani: Gamepieces

Aṉangu women artists celebrated in Tarnanthi touring exhibition Kungka Kuṉpu (Strong Women)

José Da Silva announced as curator of 2024 Adelaide Biennial

Tom Phillips announced as 2022 Guildhouse Fellow

May 2022

The power of portraiture revealed in Robert Wilson: Moving portraits and Archie 100: A Century of the Archibald Prize

AGSA’s Gallery Guides celebrate milestone 50th anniversary

SA Youth Week and the 2022 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art crossover for Neo Teen Takeover: Free/State

April 2022

AGSA reveals Japan’s modern revolution in clay

March 2022

Yayoi Kusama infinity room to open at AGSA

February 2022

Free/State unlocks new realms and delivers messages of resilience in a Biennial for our times

January 2022

Art lovers, change makers and conversationalists sought for AGSA’s Vanguard program

Hossein Valamanesh remembered as a powerful and poetic international artist

Ann Newmarch remembered for her ground-breaking work as a feminist artist, 1945 – 2022

November 2020

AGSA announces 2021 program

AGSA reopens and Tarnanthi Art Fair 2020 goes ahead as a physical event

AGSA temporarily closes its doors to the public in response to COVID-19

Tarnanthi Art Fair to be held from 4 - 6 December in Adelaide

October 2020

Neo returns to AGSA as a live event in October with Teen Takeover

September 2020

Tarnanthi's first international offering opens in France in October

Newly appointed AGSA Board Chair announced

Ramsay Art Prize 2021 entries open and judges announced

August 2020

Restless Dance Theatre world premiere performance at AGSA

AGSA welcomes back live events

AGSA announces Tarnanthi 2020 Exhibition 'Open Hands'

Monster Theatres closes its third act

July 2020

AGSA programs virtual teen event in response to South Australian Living Arts Festival

Breadth of South Australian artists celebrated in AGSA’s 2020 SALA display

Rare Kaurna shield added to AGSA's collection

Samurai explores one of Japan's most pervasive cultural icons

June 2020

AGSA delivers second virtual teen-led event with Neo Shapeshifters

May 2020

AGSA acquires significant Clarice Beckett collection

AGSA appoints two new Board members

AGSA to reopen Friday 5 June

AGSA to reopen - Adelaide Biennial extended

April 2020

AGSA supports artists through its SA Artists Fund

AGSA launches Accessible Audio Guide making its collection accessible to all

AGSA delivers online experiences, artmaking and events

AGSA's digital teen takeover event - Monstrous Neo

March 2020

AGSA temporarily closes its doors to the public alongside SA cultural institutions

February 2020

2020 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Monster Theatres Opening Weekend

AGSA's response to COVID-19

January 2020

Critically acclaimed festival Tarnanthi breaks records

Epic party at the Art Gallery of South Australia exclusively for teens

Final days of Tarnanthi: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art