Join us on the First Friday of the month as we celebrate all things SALA!
Tour the poetic work of Adelaide-based artist Honor Freeman and experience her work Ghost Objects made as part of the Guildhouse Collections Project. Catch Freeman in conversation with South Australia born media personality Annabel Crabb who is an enthusiastic collector of Freeman’s work. Hear APY Collective spokesperson Sally Scales discuss The Uluru Statement from the Heart. Sit back with a glass of wine and enjoy the electric sounds of local musician PNK FME as he launches his new single, Sauvignon Blanc or book in for a Yalumba wine tasting experience, with renown Yalumba Wine Ambassador, Jane Ferrari.
5pm & 7pm*
Choose your own adventure and take a tour of South Australian art including Ghost Objects by Honor Freeman or experience the memorable exhibition William Kentridge: that which we do not remember. * 7pm tour will be accompanied by an Auslan interpreter .
Where: Meet at the Atrium
5.15pm & 7.30pm
Join us to discover what Sauvignon Blanc sounds like with a performance and single launch by the electric sounds of local musician PNK FME.
Where: Sculpture courtyard
Hear media personality and art collector Annabel Crabb in-conversation with artist Honor Freeman.
Where: Radford Auditorium
The Uluru Statement from the Heart Talk
Hear APY Collective spokesperson Sally Scales discuss The Uluru Statement from the Heart, currently on display at the Art Gallery of South Australia.
5.45pm & 7.30pm - Fully booked
Yalumba Wine Tasting
AGSA wine partner Yalumba are bringing a selection of their finest Coonawarra wines to August First Fridays, providing a wine tasting experience with renown Wine Ambassador, Jane Ferrari. Free and unique tasting experiences will be held at 5.45pm and 7.30pm. Limited places may become available on the night.
The Collections Project exhibition is presented during the 2019 South Australian Living Artists Festival, and delivered in partnership between the Art Gallery of South Australia and Guildhouse.
This program is presented free to audiences with thanks to generous contributions from John T Reid Charitable Trusts and Thyne Reid Foundation.