Tarnanthi is the Kaurna word that means to come forth, like the first emergence of light, and Neo is pumped to work with Adelaide’s local rising artists!

Weave a constellation with Tarnanthi artist Brian Robinson, discover the art of zine and badge making, and lay down some colours in a screen-printing lab. Hang out with local creatives, chill out in the zine library, and enjoy the original sounds of Adelaide's latest teen bands and performers. Bookings essential. This event is Auslan accessible.

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Colour Theme!
Magenta is the colour for Neo On the Horizon, inspired by the vibrant work of Noŋgirrŋa Marawili. It's halfway between red and purple on the colour spectrum - so wear something pink, purple, magenta, or red to Neo! Have some magenta eye-shadow? A red hat or hoodie? Pink pants? A pair of purple socks?

Acknowledgement of Country with Tiana Bain and performance by Rusty
West Wing Entrance

Hip-Hop Masterclass with Jimblah
Join a hip-hop masterclass with brilliant musician and performer Jimblah.
Where: Gallery 25

Create a constellation with Brian Robinson
Learn how to weave a star with Tarnanthi artist Brian Robinson.
Where: The Studio

Zine-making with Claire Wildish and Brooke Goyne
Tell your story through a handmade zine, in response to fine-art comic by teen Tarnanthi artist Layne Dhu-Dickie.
Where: Gallery 23

Live Music
Enjoy the original sounds of Adelaide's latest youth bands and performers, including DJ EJ, Hannah Yates, Jimblah, and a headlining act by MoZzi.
Where: Courtyard

Screen-printing Workshop with Jake Holmes and Elizabeth Close
Lay down some colour in this outdoor screen-printing workshop with collaborative duo Jake Holmes and Elizabeth Close.
Where: Courtyard

Badge-making with Neo Teen Ambassadors, led by Georgia Haese and Iona McDonough
Create a badge to gift to a friend or fellow Neo-goer, inspired by their personality, passion or story.
Where: Gallery 23

Screening from 6.30pm
Check out The Final Quarter, a 2019 Australian documentary directed by Ian Darling about the final stages of the Australian football career of Adam Goodes, during which he was the target of repeated booing by fans of the opposition.
Where: Function Room

6.30pm, 7.00pm, 7.30pm
Auslan in the Gallery
Experience a Tarnanthi artwork through a short sign language session with Jo Agius and Samantha Wilson, interpreted by Koiranah Jacob.
Where: Gallery 23

The Photobooth
Take a snap with your friends in The Photobooth.
Where: Atrium

Grab some cold rolls, jam bombs, and a Tiro soft drink. Vegan and gluten free friendly options.
Where: Courtyard

Drawing in the Gallery
Take a break from the party and draw from the artwork around you.
Where: Courtyard

Sketch Tours
Sketch your way through Tarnanthi with one our Teen Guides.
Where: Meet at Atrium Information Desk