Made in a moment, lasting a lifetime if you’re lucky - marvel at the magic and mystery of memory!
Join us for Start in July as we explore William Kentridge's exhibition That which we do not remember, in a free family day of fun featuring a diverse program of art making, music, performances and special guided tours. Put your talents on display by entering your own collage artwork in the 2019 Start Art Prize for junior art stars!
Parent / carer supervision is required.
Start Art Prize activity
Snip and layer elements to create a unique and evocative collage inspired by William Kentridge. Enter your creation in the Start Art Prize for exhibition at the August Start event! Meet in the Radford Auditorium.
Evelyn Roth’s Nylon Zoo
11.15am, 12.15pm & 1.15pm
Enter the magical, colourful pop-up storyland of Evelyn Roth’s Nylon Zoo, and be carried away on the tail of a tale by master storyteller Greg Wood. Meet in the Sculpture Courtyard Lawn.
Start Art workshops
Tarkari Art weaving
11am - 3pm
Learn traditional weaving with Ngarrindjeri, Kaurna and Narungga artist Carly Dodd, 2018 NAIDOC SA Young Person of the Year.
Location Sculpture Courtyard
11am NAIDOC Week playlist
11.30am & 12.30pm Ella & Sienna
1.30- 2.30pm Hannah Yates
Enjoy the sweet sounds of three fantastic young female musicians.
Ella & Sienna are singing and twanging sisters from the Adelaide Hills, delivering acoustic covers of pop, rock and country hits. Hannah Yates is a powerful young Aboriginal singer-songwriter crafting beautiful original folk and soul. Meet in the Sculpture Courtyard Tent.
11am, 11.30am*, 12 noon, 1pm, 1.30pm & 2pm
*11.30am tour is Auslan interpreted
Explore memory in art with the Gallery Guides on family tours including the collection and William Kentridge’s That which we do not remember. Meet in the Atrium.
11.30am, 12.30pm & 1.30pm
Join Ngarrindjeri artist Damien Shen on a sketch tour of the gallery exploring the power of memory. Meet at The Studio entrance
Join Neo's trained teenage guides as they share their unique perspectives and thought-provoking insights with art lovers of all ages. Meet in the Atrium.