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The beer won't be still
Over the last 4 years Soundpond.net has staked a place as the premier internet broadcasting station in Adelaide catering for the youth market, and helping local talent to present their work to the public.
More recently Soundpond has created Soundpond Level One - a new music and arts hub in the Adelaide's East End. Their latest free art exhibition is called Looking Into Still Waters, and features works by local artists Ágota Sjöström, Cathy Grey, Erin Clark, Fletch Cuts, and Glenn Kestell in the Soundpond Gallery.
Soundpond Gallery's second round of exhibitors bring you the perfect imagery for those long questioning nights whether it be surreal impressions of modern life, the canvas as a tool to peer into the self, or beautiful mandalas and optical-nerve-tingling patterns to get your zen flowing again.
Hidden away in the Soundpond gallery's freshly-painted den lies the solution to frozen bones and frozen brains with an opening night full of warm cocktails, amazing art, and beautiful faces. Come reflect with us. And the best part is that is all free!
The opening night for the Looking Into Still Waters exhibition at Soundpond Level One is on Monday July 14 at 6pm. There's free entry, free beer wine or cider between 6-7pm, and the chance to rub shoulders with the glamorous glitterati of Adelaide's art scene - and quite possibly get your face in print. Be there!