SALA Festival at Bowden

27 Jul 2016


It’s no secret we love art around these parts. And there’s so much of it to celebrate during the South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival.

From special exhibitions and events to iconic street art and installations, we’ve created a self-guided walking trail for the festival.

Grab yourself a map

Just swing by the Bowden Information & Sales Centre (or download a copy here) and get exploring.

Don’t miss

In My View by Tsering Hannaford, James Holdsworth, Chris Orchard, Tricia Ross, Jim Thalassoudis.
Studio Bowden. 31 July – 13 August.

Everything Is Stolen by Aida Azin.
Fontanelle Gallery. 3–28 August.

Post Industrial Toas – and other observations by Eric Roberts.
Plant 1, Fifth Street. 8–14 August.

Selected works by international and new artists, Josef Felber, Patty Chehade, Christine Thiel and Jonathan George.
praxis ARTSPACE. 13–14 August.

Eclectic Art.
Plant 4 Bowden. Open from mid-August.

About SALA Festival

The SALA Festival is held each year to promote and celebrate talented local visual artists. The aim of the festival is to enhance the accessibility to ‘art’ thereby extending audiences while giving artists working in any medium and at any level to present their work to the public.

SALA works are featured at art galleries all around our neighbourhood, including some less obvious places such as the Bowden Information & Sales Centre, Jarmer’s Kitchen, Plant 1, Plant 4 Bowden, The Gov and Hindmarsh Library; and extending to Brompton, Hindmarsh and Croydon.

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