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Adelaide Arcade: SALA Festival Exhibitions

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by Drew Harten (subscribe)
I am an art educator, passionate about promoting South Australian art and design. Visit my blog at thearthunter.com
Published August 2nd 2015
Adelaide Arcade SALA experience
Adelaide Arcade has always been a very beautiful place to explore. Now with SALA (South Australian Living Artists) in full swing, it has many more reasons to wander through.

Angel, mannequin, Art, Sculpture
Debbie Daw- Mannequin


These beautiful mannequins are by artist Debbie Daw and can be found on the ground floor as you enter from the Mall end. They are part of an exhibition titled M.I.A #Mannequin Identity Art.

Debbie Daw, Mannequin, Art
Debbie Daw- Mannequin, centre of arcade


Also on the ground floor are some photos by Rodney Magazinovic, these are of various rock concerts, including the Rolling Stones.

Further along we find "Sundry Sprites" by Alison Main, a collection of small sculptured people and animals.

Sprites, animals, Alison Main, Adelaide arcade
Sundry Sprites- Alison Main


Also downstairs in shop 10G, you will find T'Arts Collective with Living and Learning Artist in the Window.

Artist in the Window, textile, T'arts
Live textile art demonstrations


Upstairs is a whole different world with many other exhibitors to view. Among them is Ross Morgan with The Diver, the Chicken and The Fox. A surreal exhibition which is simply a must see.

Diver, Chicken, Fox, Ross Morgan
Diver carrying fox


This exhibition explores the adventures of these three characters
as they interact in unusual ways.

Diver, Chicken, Fox, Ross Morgan
The Diver, The Chicken and the Fox- selected works


Foxes, Ross Morgan
Foxes- Ross Morgan


While on the balcony level, I visited Anthea Wright's exhibition; Drawn to the Light in Two-Bit Villains cafe. Her work is stunning.

Anthea Wright, Girl, Adelaide Arcade
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Anthea Wright, Girl, Adelaide Arcade
Painting by Anthea Wright


There is so much more in Adelaide Arcade - it is a hive of activity. Zu Design is worth a look, as well as Andrew Birchoff's studio studies in Shop 22.
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Why? Shopping and viewing art
When: Business hours
Where: Adelaide Arcade
Cost: Free
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